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The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - COMMENT -

WE NEED to move with speed to in­tro­duce the Con­sumer Pro­tec­tion Bill in a view to of­fer max­i­mum pro­tec­tion to con­sumers who are sub­jected to a se­ries of pre­vail­ing price hikes. - Love­more Kashawo, Kuwadzana

Ven­dors must co­op­er­ate with the lo­cal au­thor­i­ties than con­tinue fight a los­ing bat­tle. - BaTino J Jones, Grey­stone Park

ED is a man on a mis­sion. Peo­ple should give him time. - Com­mit­ted, Miosa

It makes no sense for schools and col­leges to take a lead in pro­mot­ing text­book piracy. Most of these in­sti­tu­tions have heav­ily in­vested in pho­to­copy ma­chines. A school with 100 stu­dents

do­ing O ‘level only buys one text­book and pho­to­copies the rest. It’s a cost cut­ting mea­sure, but at whose ex­pense? The au­thors and pub­lish­ers of the book gains noth­ing. Piracy is de­stroy­ing our book in­dus­try. Set books are also be­ing pi­rated heav­ily. The au­thors are not get­ting any­thing for their ef­forts, sweat and tal­ent. What a shame. - Tawanda Mh­langa, Dangamvura

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