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RE­SPONSES to “Paul Mun­dandi dies”: My sin­cere con­do­lences. This man brought Zvisha­vane into the lime­light. Through his re­port­ing one would think Zvisha­vane was a ma­jor city in Zim­babwe. May his soul rest in peace. — Omahn.

MAY his soul rest in peace. As far as I am con­cerned, the life his­tory of Paul Saul Mun­dandi is not com­plete as there was no men­tion that he once worked in Mhangura. His jour­nal­ism ca­reer started in Mhangura when he would re­port for Mhangura FC as a part­time jour­nal­ist. Paul had a cer­tain job in Mhangura though am not sure if it was in ge­ol­ogy. He used to love Karikiriki so much. The then GM of Mhangura, a Mr Dube, then snatched him to Zvisha­vane where he be­came prom­i­nent. Thank you. Once more may his soul rest in peace. — Jose­fachino.

RE­SPONSE to “Zim lands two Unesco posts”: Well done, we are do­ing great as a coun­try in the ed­u­ca­tion sec­tor. — Ru­tendo.

RE­SPONSE to “Pres­i­dent, stu­dents meet on Satur­day”: This meet­ing is ex­pected to bring to light the con­cerns of the stu­dents. I hope we will hear about the plans of mak­ing life eas­ier for the grad­u­ates. — Kudzanai Kai­tano.

RE­SPONSE to “‘Mu­sic, sports ca­reers pay hand­somely’”: Since not all chil­dren are aca­dem­i­cally gifted par­ents and teach­ers should be work­ing hard to groom tal­ents in chil­dren. — David.

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