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@SundayMailZim @RevaiMakanje on ‘Parliament of Zimbabwe launches mobile app’ Well done @ParliamentofZim, downloaded it. It’s a wealth of information linking citizens to your legislative, representative oversight, work.
*** @kudzi891 on ‘Command Agric
charms IMF’ The IMF’s goalpost-shifting on Command Agriculture is shocking. Weren’t they the same ones who described it as a waste of money a short while ago? Sunday Mail Zimbabwe Stephen Mudere on ‘Cyanide fells 13 elephants’ Not fair hey.
*** Tendayi Patrick Jangano on ‘Zim has
no preferred religion: Study’ The majority is mixed up in a variety of religions. In my opinion, many Zimbabweans claim to be followers of Christ, but are not Christ-like nor are they God-fearing. Very few true followers, many vain false witnesses.
*** Tyghvise Maseko on ‘Zim has no
preferred religion: Study’ The majority don’t know which religion they are on. Some go to church, but kana zvikaoma vanoenda kun’anga.
*** Masuku Simbarashe on ‘Zim has
no preferred religion: Study’ We take pride in and cherish our diversity. www.sundaymail.co.zw Wilson Magaya on ‘Stripping the veil
of eloquence’ Interesting. I like the idea of taking a look at what is. Taking stock of what is pertaining and then taking some time to interrogate this from an informed position and looking for relationships and interconnectedness. This will definitely show the bottlenecks and inefficiencies. I look forward to action that call upon Zimbabweans from all walks to engage in building our country.
*** Ahh? on ‘Command Agric
charms IMF’ Where is the ever-present diatribe of Western-hired voices that are paid to oppose everything that is ZANU-PF? Shame dumbstruck. Waiting for assistance tomorrow. Their runners are also astounded.
*** Prince on ‘Greatness is not a matter of
size’ Keep up the great work, Mr Kamwendo, of encouraging people to discover their potential. Your articles are brilliant and really inspiring. *** Ahh? on ‘Crackdown on land, cash barons’ They talk too much and deliver nothing.