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RE­SPONSES to “Strug­gling Harare giants Dy­namos have sacked Coach Lloyd Mu­tasa”. It’s not Mu­tasa’s fault, the play­ers were not per­form­ing well on the pitch. Now that he is gone, we will see if they will do bet­ter. —

NOTH­ING will serve DeMbare from rel­e­ga­tion! —

RE­SPONSE to “Govt re­ceives 500k doses of vac­cines”. Good thing. We thank all those who have do­nated. These vac­cines will go a long way in sav­ing lives. —

RE­SPONSE to “Pres­i­dent secures World Bank sup­port”. We want the Pres­i­dent to deal with those who abuse of­fice through cor­rupt prac­tices es­pe­cially those who hold Gov­ern­ment po­si­tions. Real ac­tion must be taken on those cor­rupt min­is­ters who worked un­der (for­mer Pres­i­dent) Robert Mu­gabe. By the way I love my Pres­i­dent. —

ZIM­BABWE and Pres­i­dent Mnan­gagwa are mov­ing in the right di­rec­tion. My ad­vice to (Nel­son) Chamisa is that he joins Team New Zim­babwe and we move in one di­rec­tion. Rad­i­cal eco­nomic trans­for­ma­tion — talk of a rough ride be­fore sweet en­joy­ment for our fu­ture and our chil­dren. No pain, no gain. Judg­ment says the age­ing work­ing class is to give way to the de­greed young and en­er­getic in phases, as ex­pe­ri­ence and prac­ti­cal skills are slowly trans­ferred from old to young, as the tech­no­log­i­cal fu­ture takes over. Change is in­evitable and is con­stant, re­sis­tance is nor­mal but only tem­po­rary. ED keep on keep­ing on. —

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