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OUR Pres­i­dent Mug abe is do­ing a great job in Africa. His do­na­tion of $1 mil­lion to the African Union should be ap­plauded. Cde Kudzai Chipanga said Pres­i­dent Mugabe is equal to Je­sus be­cause he em­pow­ers black peo­ple.—Pa­trick Chan di wan a, Osborne Dam.

***** Thank you Zim­babwe ans based in South Africa for cheer­ing the Warriors to vic­tory. You are the cham­pi­ons in the fans cat­e­gory. You elec­tri­fied the at­mos­phere, singing and danc­ing, while our op­po­nents had to be con­tent with empty seats. The Warriors made us proud. Let each one of us do good for us to be happy at all times to take our coun­try for­ward. Wear ethe cham­pi­ons in the re­gion. Wear et he best. Let us tar­get CHAN, AFC ON and even­tu­ally the World Cup. For the love of the game, Warriors bring it home. — Richard Mahuhushe Chauke.

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Satanism in schools and col­leges need trained chap­lains to han­dle the is­sue. Zim­babwe should have guided wor­ship and not free­dom of wor­ship as a law. I feel Satanism should be taken as il­le­gal in Zim­babwe. Schools should be vig­i­lant. — Rev Peter Khosah, Chikore Church, Chipinge.

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I would like to con­vey my con­grat­u­la­tions to our Warriors for lift­ing the COSAFA Cas­tle Cup. Ovidy Karuru and Know Mtizwa per­formed very well and many peo­ple will agree with me that they de­serve the ac­co­lades they won. This tour­na­ment gives lo­cal tal­ented play­ers a chance to be iden­ti­fied by for­eign scouts. — Ter­rence Mwedzi, Osborne Dam.

***** De­bate on Com­mand Agri­cul­ture has been go­ing on in the Press over the past few weeks. My opin­ion is that what­ever is be­ing said on the so­cial me­dia and the main­stream Press, the pro­gramme was suc­cess­ful. Ia ma peas­ant farmer who man­aged to har­vest more from my farm. To us the poor, we ben­e­fited a lot and fam­ily’ s food se­cu­rity has im­proved. Yes, those who think oth­er­wise should not con fuse the na­tion. We thank Gov­ern­ment for pro-poor poli­cies. Viva the Agrar­ian re­forms, down with arm­chair crit­ics. — Tawanda Mh­langa, Dangamvura.

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The rise in the num­ber of teenage sex work­ers is so sad. I was in Chiredzi re­cently and what I saw was fright­en­ing. Yes, pros­ti­tu­tion is be­ing done the world over and it is an in­dus­try of its own, but when older men go af­ter th­ese young girls, I be­gin to won­der where this world is go­ing? I think if we are to have time out, let us have it with older women. They are ma­ture and let the young girls goto school. Imag­ine a 13- yearold girl be­ing a full time sex worker? I know times are very hard, but let us pre­serve them for mar­riage. Women or­gan­i­sa­tions where are you ?—0777696915.

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The Man­ica Post is a won­der­ful pa­per. The sto­ries you are writ­ing are in­ter­est­ing, ed­uca­tive, fac­tual and well re­searched. Keep up the good work.—Ta wand a Ma­hoso, Mutare.

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There is need to be em­phatic on the dif­fer­ence be­tween a small ‘p’ and a big ‘P’ as in pres­i­dent and Pres­i­dent re­spec­tively. The ca­pac­i­ties are dif­fer­ent. Amal­ga­mat­ing them is in­tel­lec­tual mis­chief. Fail­ure to iden­tify and sep­a­rate the two is wet ig­no­rance put on the laun­dry line to dry. The per­fect are able to draw a thin fine line. — CTM

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As nat­u­ral ef­fects of win­ter take toll, divorce have gone down and up are preg­nan­cies. — Ob­server.

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The Road Ac­ci­dent Fund may end up be­ing another well for thirsty drinkers to bow down to. Let us in­vest in preven­tion than cure. Re­mem­ber, where there isa car­cass, vul­tures cir­cle and come down for a piece. — 0774029881. ***** Con­grat­u­la­tions to the Warriors for clinch­ing their record fifth COSAFA Cas­tle Cup. — Love­more Kashawo, Harare.

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Thumbs up for the Makoni Dis­trict ten­nis and hand­ball heads in charge, Ms Chi­ty­ori of Haisoswi and Ms N er wan de of Dom bo rem bi zip rim a ry schools re­spec­tively for their un­wa­ver­ing sup­port as we pre­pared for pro­vin­cial ball games. Keep up the pos­i­tive spirit and tol­er­ance. — Fan­nuel Mu­fumha, Rusape.

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The Zim­bab­wean Gov­ern­ment is do­ing a great job in ac­com­mo­dat­ing refugees and pro­vid­ing them with food se­cu­rity and med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties. Cde Prisca Mup­fu­mira should be com­mended for the ex­cel­lent work she is do­ing. This also goes to Cde Mandi Chimene. Let us main­tain peace and unity in the coun­try. — 0718207382.

***** Con­grat­u­la­tions for Zim­babwe Warriors for win­ning the COSAFA Cas­tle Cup. This came as sur­prise as the Warriors were rated as the un­der dogs. It was a 90- min thriller of play­ers show­cas­ing their tal­ent sand tac­tics in the fi­nals. The team’ s dis­play sent a clear mes­sage across Africa that the Warriors are not push-overs. The at­tack­ing for­ma­tion they im­ple­mented in the fi­nal was fan­tas­tic. They played like what their name sug­gest, great fight­ers. More sil­vers should come the Warriors way. — Zondi, NHB, Sakubva.

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In Man­i­ca­land there are peo­ple serv­ing jail terms for ab us­ing in­puts for Com­mand Agri­cul­ture, so there should be no sa­cred cows coun­try­wide. — Jus­tice.

***** Dis­band­ing ZACC is one of the so­lu­tions to save money. With all the ev­i­dence supplied by the Au­di­tor-Gen­eral, why is it no-one has been ar­rested and pros­e­cuted for cor­rup­tion? So what is the need of keep­ing a tooth­less bull dog when the police and the ju­di­ciary can do that job pro­fes­sion­ally with­out in­ter­fer­ence from th­ese forces of dark­ness.—Watch man.

***** Su­per dad maybe spread­ing STIsandHIV be­cause of his polyg­a­mous mar­riage. A good fa­ther is one who is able to look af­ter his sib­lings with­out cry­ing out for out­side help to ame­lio­rate the cri­sis of his ac­tions. It must be borne in mind that he is a tra­di­tional healer and you dear reader knows all that goes with this po­si­tion. So, there is no need for an en­try in the Guin­ness book of world records.— Crispen Masenhu.

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