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The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - COMMENT -

THE sus­pen­sion of SI 122 seems to have worked its magic be­cause this past few weeks, we have been see­ing many prod­ucts that were no longer avail­able reap­pear­ing on shelves. The threat of com­pe­ti­tion has pushed pro­duc­ers and re­tail­ers who were try­ing to hold their stock to re­con­sider their tac­tics. Nice move from Govern­ment. — Mu­darikwa, Harare *** Last week you pub­lished a story which carried a warn­ing to false prophets. And out of the blue, Prophet Wal­ter Ma­gaya comes out to claim that he had found a cure for Aids. This sort of ir­re­spon­si­bil­ity should not be en­cour­aged and au­thor­i­ties should find a way of rein­ing in th­ese prophets. — Tawanda Jomo, Bu­l­awayo *** Ap­par­ently it seems like there are el­e­ments within our lo­cal pre­mier league who feel like the rel­e­ga­tion of Dy­namos will be dev­as­tat­ing to the PSL. While this might be true, it is not right to aid the team in cheat­ing its way to sur­vival. Re­cent games which the team have been in­volved in de­serve to be in some comic book, not on the field of play.

The cheat­ing and sus­pi­cious tac­tics by op­po­nents have just been out­ra­geous. This is not right. — Soc­cer Fan

*** Ray Mbada on ‘Dy­namos’ V11’ Your love for your granny, her wishes and en­cour­age­ment and how you work so hard, all bring many to tears, es­pe­cially those who have known the jour­ney most or­phans travel, how most of them have found no love on this planet and how the rest have ended up vic­tims of druglife.

Then you look be­hind, fol­low your foot­steps and see God’s hand, a hand that is so car­ing. Go on young man for the sky alone is the limit.


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