The Herald Social Media Feedback
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.
The Herald — Zimbabwe
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.
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.
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.
Readers are invited to send comments and feedback through any of the above platforms. Since The Herald is published in English, we would prefer our readers to write in English — Editor.