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RE­SPONSE to “Mang­wana new In­for­ma­tion Sec­re­tary.” Ex­cel­lent de­ci­sion by the Gov­ern­ment. Con­grat­u­la­tions to Mr Nda­vaningi Nick Mang­wana. I am con­fi­dent he will do won­ders. Keep on do­ing the good work to ad­vance pa­tri­o­tism, hard work, peace, unity and progress. This is good and I am ex­cited that such a man of good morals is now in charge. — Mox_of_s­teel.

RE­SPONSE to “Econ­omy to grow 6,3pc — min­is­ter.” Did you hear that Zim­babwe? A whop­ping 6.3 per­cent! That cou­pled with bil­lions upon bil­lions that were in­vested by the Chi­nese be­fore the elec­tion put Zim­babwe on tar­get. We will be a mid­dle in­come coun­try by 2030! At the UN our Pres­i­dent told the world that our in­comes rose by 60 per­cent. Aren’t you feel­ing gooey on the in­side al­ready? Soon we will re­turn home in­stead of be­ing undig­ni­fied in for­eign lands. — Moe Sky­clack.

VERY good in­ten­tions. Im­ple­men­ta­tion and dis­ci­pline are key. Gov­ern­ment cer­tainly has to en­hance rev­enue col­lec­tion in or­der to re­duce bor­row­ing. In­cen­tives have to be put in place to en­cour­age tax com­pli­ance. It should be ben­e­fi­cial to be for­mal rather than be in­for­mal. — Gwin Zim.

RE­SPONSE to “Con­sti­tu­tion trans­la­tion com­plete”. Not bad at all. It’s good that the Gov­ern­ment is work­ing on what it has promised. If we work on this space I am sure that all sec­tors will soon re­vi­talise. — Ke­nias Nyabawo.

I COULD not un­der­stand much on the Mon­e­tary Pol­icy State­ment but I vest my trust in the Gov­ern­ment and hope the pol­icy is for the best of the econ­omy. The re­cent team se­lected by Pres­i­dent Em­mer­son Mnan­gagwa seems to be putting things to­gether faster than I imag­ined. — Tendai Mhike.

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