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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.