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TO the Hon­ourable Min­is­ter, of Labour and So­cial Wel­fare, as well as the Na­tional So­cial Se­cu­rity Au­thor­ity (NSSA) man­age­ment, I would like to find out what mea­sures these two de­part­ments are tak­ing to cush­ion their clients. As we all know pretty well that the present sit­u­a­tion is quite bad, I would be grate­ful if I can get com­ment from these, es­pe­cially NSSA. — Ndaba Za­bantu, Em­gan­wini, Bulawayo.

IT’S good to know that the Govern­ment has banned the use of for­eign cur­rency by phar­ma­cies and its threat to de­scend on “house phar­ma­cies”. The is­sue of ce­ment should also be dealt with ur­gently as it is de­rail­ing work on ma­jor build­ing projects coun­try­wide. The rogue ce­ment deal­ers are charg­ing US$10 or $45 if you are swip­ing or us­ing the bond note. Some­thing must be done ur­gently. — Se­sizwile T Marimbe, Bulawayo

EV­ERY third Sun­day of Novem­ber marks the World Day of Re­mem­brance For Road Traf­fic Vic­tims and it is ex­tremely sad that this year we re­mem­ber the two hor­rific ac­ci­dent in­ci­dents of the Au­gust 30, Muzvezve, Kadoma kombi and bus ac­ci­dent that claimed 13 lives; the Novem­ber 7, Rusape near toll­gate’s na­tional bus dis­as­ter that claimed 46 lately the Mata­bele­land South bus in­ferno that claimed over 40 peo­ple’s lives. I ap­peal to all our road users to ex­er­cise ex­treme cau­tion dur­ing this rainy pe­riod and dur­ing the com­ing fes­tive sea­son. — Love­more Kashawo, Harare.

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