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Re­sponse to “Com­mand ben­e­fi­cia­ries start re­pay­ing loans”

Can those who fail to pay back be black­listed and re­placed by those that didn’t ben­e­fit last sea­son? — @kei­thkaratts.

*** Re­sponse to “Min­is­ter Dube dis­misses Mandi Chimene fac­tion”

Mandi gets overex­cited too quickly. She thinks ev­ery mis­un­der­stand­ing is solved by fir­ing some­one. We don’t need dan­ger­ous lead­ers like her. — @joey­mu­tongi34.

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Re­sponse to “Chitem­bwe’s last sup­per?”

Chitem­bwe did not beef up his squad ad­e­quately, now he is cry­ing foul. All these bad re­sults are his fault. — Sam Si­mayi.

*** Re­sponse to “No to ur­ban toll­gates — Manyenyeni”

Toll­gates must be there for the bet­ter­ment of our roads. As long as they are rea­son­ably placed, maybe at least one per prov­ince. — George Wavo­se­van­oda.

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The Pres­i­den­tial Youth In­ter­face Ral­lies are giv­ing sleep­less nights to po­lit­i­cal par­ties op­posed to ZANU-PF. By the time all prov­inces are cov­ered, ZANU-PF would have laid down a strong foun­da­tion for vic­tory in the 2018 har­monised elec­tions. All in­di­ca­tions are that, any po­lit­i­cal dy­nam­ics in our party will not re­sult in a weak ZANU-PF. ZANU-PF cadres know very well that it would be fool­hardy to give op­po­si­tion par­ties an op­por­tu­nity to form a gov­ern­ment in 2018. We should shelve all our dif­fer­ences to win in 2018!

Yes, we are con­fi­dent enough to po­lit­i­cally kick the op­po­si­tion lot in their teeth in 2018! More so as we see op­po­si­tion lead­ers fight­ing over their coali­tion project. The fa­tigued po­lit­i­cal mon­grels cre­ated a coali­tion loss ab ini­tio. — Cde Muzvinavhu, Harare.

*** While I don’t sup­port the use of so­cial me­dia by Prof Jonathan Moyo, I am of the opin­ion that if there are wrong things hap­pen­ing within the Com­mand pro­gramme let them be dis­cussed at Cabi­net level and be dealt with ac­cord­ingly. If there are any changes to be made, they be made as pol­icy sup­ported by all Cabi­net mem­bers. — Jemedzo.

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Re­sponse to “Armed rob­bers van­ish with $35 000”

I won­der how we can use the ad­vice from the po­lice. They say we should call the near­est po­lice sta­tion to get con­fir­ma­tion of the “pur­ported po­lice”. How is that prac­ti­cal? Ob­vi­ously the rob­bers will not let you call the po­lice when they know you will be told they are fake. — Mhofu.

*** Can Zifa do some­thing about the War­riors’ green stripes they put on. I have ob­served that when­ever they don the full green stripes they strug­gle to find each other. The yel­low kit is the best, I have seen War­riors ma­raud­ing their op­po­nents wear­ing it. Food for thought. How on earth can Mada­gas­car have full share of ball pos­ses­sion against Zim­babwe? Even dur­ing Af­con our guys per­formed badly wear­ing green stripes. I am not a su­per­sti­tious per­son, but some­how, the colour con­trib­utes to too many blind passes by our War­riors. — Give­more Chivandaidze.

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