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@tal­novic­mun­yan1 on ‘Bud­get: What the peo­ple want’

He is do­ing a bet­ter job this man es­pe­cially killing the ex­is­tence of black mar­ket. But he must now push price sta­bil­i­sa­tion.

*** @RZigomo on ‘Stop tak­ing tithes, says prophet’

This is truth and it is lib­er­at­ing us Gen­tiles from the law of Moses that we were never a part of. Christ is the end of the law, Ro­mans 10:4. But we are fel­low heirs and par­tak­ers of Christ’s body. In Christ there is no tithe.

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Ed­mond Dika on ‘Bud­get with a dif­fer­ence’

Fig­ures were pre­sented. What mat­ters is what will be done with those fig­ures. I think fo­cus should also be on re­con­fig­ur­ing the mind-set to­wards good man­age­ment prac­tices in line with 21st cen­tury devel­op­ments. Zim­bab­weans are gen­er­ally trapped in a time warp where com­pe­ti­tion means bruis­ing each other, where power is syn­ony­mous to ter­ror and where in pol­i­tics, you ei­ther like or hate.


Chib­ho­rani on ‘Vi­sion 2030: Re­port­ing the story on na­tional re­cov­ery’

States­man’s speech and ap­pre­ci­a­tion of na­tional is­sues. In­deed there is no coun­try without its own trou­bles. A coun­try without prob­lems is not worth liv­ing in. The hu­man mind needs to con­tinue work­ing.

*** Goto on ‘Com­mand Hous­ing starts’

I hope Gov­ern­ment is aware of the il­le­gal sub­di­vi­sion of most peri-ur­ban vil­lages into res­i­den­tial stands. A typ­i­cal ex­am­ple is Seke Ru­ral from Chi­tung­wiza all the way to Maron­dera.

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