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Re­sponses to “Gam­bia hails Zim’s health sec­tor”

African coun­tries need to em­u­late our coun­try’s health sys­tem. We have com­mit­ted health prac­ti­tion­ers, which makes us the best. — @San­dray­ohanne.

*** Thumbs up to lead­ers in the Min­istry of Health. — @Tafadzwamups.

*** Re­sponses to “City read­ies for $15m wa­ter me­ter deal”

This is go­ing to be great. Wa­ter short­ages and the ever-in­creas­ing debts will be re­duced once we have pre­paid wa­ter me­ters. — @Hazvinei91.

*** Well done city coun­cil; we can’t wait to say good­bye to wa­ter short­ages. — @ Mam­biza. *** Re­sponse to “Doma MP says there is vast tal­ent among his peo­ple“This is good. Thank you Prophet Ma­gaya for help­ing these peo­ple. — @Melis­sagl2.

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Re­sponses to “Govt gives 90 days waiver to civil doc­u­ments”

This is good. Thank you for the waiver. — Takundwa.

*** Thank you for re­mem­ber­ing the less priv­i­leged who could not af­ford to pay the charges for any of the civil doc­u­ment to be is­sued out. — Tendaim­tasa.

*** Re­sponse to “Schools, churches owe coun­cil $8m”

This is the rea­son why we have poor ser­vice de­liv­ery. Coun­cil needs money to ser­vice garbage trucks, main­tain roads and re­pair bro­ken pipes and many other prob­lems. — Rose­mary Nhaka.

*** There­fore no one should com­plain or blame coun­cil for not at­tend­ing to re­ports on un­col­lected garbage or pipe leak­ages. — Pa­tri­cia.

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Re­sponses to “Man jailed 4 years for at­tempted rape”

Pros­ti­tutes are roam­ing freely in the coun­try and many women are des­per­ately look­ing for men. Why rape? It is a dis­gust­ing act. — Yowe.

*** Maybe if men could un­der­stand the the­ory of propos­ing love. It’s not af­ter they feel they are ready for sex that they then look for a woman to love. Love is not any­thing to do with im­me­di­ate sex­ual de­sire, but a life­long re­la­tion­ship. When these young men feel they want im­me­di­ate satisfaction, they must look for com­mer­cial sex-work­ers, pay for the ser­vice and shake the mad­ness off. — Ray Mbada.

*** Re­sponses to “Ntouba gate­crashes into club of red cards saga”

Sharuko, thank you for show­ing that even red cards for vi­o­lent con­duct can be re­scinded, con­trary to an ar­gu­ment car­ried by most CAPS United and High­landers fans that a head­but­ting dis­missal can never be re­scinded. — John Bhogo.

*** Thanks for set­ting the record straight; red cards can be re­versed. There is noth­ing sin­is­ter about that as long as cir­cum­stances in­di­cate oth­er­wise. — Eliah.

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Re­sponses to “Kwese TV seeks per­mis­sion to op­er­ate”

Gov­ern­ment should at least al­low Kwese to op­er­ate con­sid­er­ing that Mul­ti­Choice is now re­quir­ing US dol­lars for monthly sub­scrip­tions and has stopped all mo­bile money pay­ments. — Mu­nashe.

*** DStv is giv­ing us headaches in terms of pay­ment so it would be great if Kwese TV was al­lowed to op­er­ate. — Gore­dema Charles.

*** Re­sponse to “President bails out Chi­tung­wiza”

President Mu­gabe once again demon­strates his love for the peo­ple of Zim­babwe. — Charles.

*** Thank you Your Ex­cel­lency. — Nhamo.

*** Re­sponse to “SA ac­ci­dent claims 6 Zim­bab­weans”

This is sad news. Trans­port op­er­a­tors should be ex­tremely cau­tious when driv­ing, the in­crease in the loss of lives is be­com­ing un­bear­able. 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.

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