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Sharuko, thank you for showing that even red cards for violent conduct can be rescinded, contrary to an argument carried by most CAPS United and Highlanders fans that a headbutting dismissal can never be rescinded.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