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WE do not need foot­ball gov­ern­ing bod­ies that un­law­fully in­flu­ence match re­sults to their favour, like waht Phillip Chiyangwa did. — Reader, Bu­l­awayo

A CER­TAIN girl who used to copy from a boy who sat next to her in class, one day copied: “I am a boy”. Here is an­other copy­cat, Zim­babwe Eco­nomic Free­dom Fighters, he is copy­ing Julius Malema’s EFF down south. He is based in UK, he is not well versed with the eco­nomic sit­u­a­tion here in the moth­er­land Zim­babwe. Here in Zim­babwe, we are the proud own­ers of land, we till the land, mine gold round the clock with the bless­ings of in­di­geni­sa­tion poli­cies mas­ter­minded by the Govern­ment of Zim­babwe for us the peo­ple of Zim­babwe, in­clud­ing the prodi­gal sons of Zim­babwe in the di­as­pora. — Nqo­bile Tshuma Phez Ko­dubo, Fi­l­abusi

RESPONSES to “Farm­ers launch Seed Com­pany”: Re­searchers and breed­ers usu­ally de­ter­mined the char­ac­ter­is­tics and even quan­ti­ties of seed pro­duced, it is good that farm­ers are now also tak­ing part in seed pro­duc­tion by set­ting up their own com­pa­nies. Farm­ers know what qual­i­ties and char­ac­ter­is­tics of seed they want to grow and thus by giv­ing them the plat­form to em­power them­selves and in the process re­leas­ing their own seed va­ri­eties they pre­fer, there is go­ing to be a pos­i­tive im­pact on the seed in­dus­try. — An­der­son Gora

WE of­course ex­pect farm­ers to work in col­lab­o­ra­tion with breed­ers and seed ex­perts from es­tab­lished seed houses. — Ta­tenda

RE­SPONSE to “Nat­print se­cures new print­ing ma­chine”: With the newly in­tro­duced edi­tions, this is a good move. — R Ka­muche

Phillip Chiyangwa

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