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