Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

ON Wal­ter Ma­gaya’s rape charges, how will the law take its course if the “vic­tim” has be­come a hos­tile wit­ness? It would be a waste of State re­sources and time to go af­ter a case were the vic­tim is not will­ing to tes­tify or pro­vide ev­i­dence against the ac­cused. — Mu­tapa.

THE re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion of the Chirundu-Beit­bridge Road is a di­rec­tion to­wards re­duc­tion of road car­nage. All the un­road­wor­thy cars should be re­moved from our roads . Let’s hope the road sur­face will be durable like the roads we see in South Africa and other re­gional coun­tries. — Prof Mun­hun­hema, Harare

INCESTUOUS en­gage­ments in Zim­babwe are seem­ingly on a rise. What is hap­pen­ing to our moral­ity? I think time is nigh for cul­tural out­reach pro­grammes to be con­ducted across the coun­try. Things are be­gin­ning to get out of hand. — Mbuya Chagwa

THE flopped bond note demo shows that those pres­sure groups were never act­ing with the peo­ple in mind. The peo­ple were queu­ing for the bond notes while they were protest­ing against them. I do not get it, spon­sored protests must fall. — Nx­u­malo

THE Chapecoense plane crash is tragic in­deed, re­minds me of the Zam­bian na­tional team tragedy. From re­ports fil­ter­ing through, it seems the plane ran out of fuel, pi­lot de­cided not to re­fuel in Bo­gota and pro­ceeded to Medellin re­sult­ing in this tragedy, in­ves­ti­ga­tions are on­go­ing. Looks like this tragedy was avoid­able just like how the Zam­bian tragedy was also avoid­able, the plane was not fit for pur­pose and should never have been used. . .this makes both tragedies very painful to ac­cept. — Lot Chi­takasha

Wal­ter Ma­gaya

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