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as they des­per­ately await pay­ment of the money.

Please min­is­ter, Pro­fes­sor Mthuli Ncube, help the Gov­ern­ment pen­sion­ers who are suf­fer­ing in si­lence, af­ter a ster­ling ser­vice of many years.

Chi­randu Gono


@Ba_VaLo­gan on ‘It’s time to re­vive Zupco’

Not only Zupco, but the whole trans­port sec­tor needs a long over­due over­haul.

*** Evans Ku­dak­washe Mavunga on ‘Em­ploy­ers speak on forex salaries’

Yes, we do have a bas­ket of cur­ren­cies Zim­babwe is us­ing, with the US dol­lar as the base cur­rency. It should go without say­ing that if a com­pany de­cides to sell its prod­ucts in the US base cur­rency, it should also pay its work­ers in that same cur­rency.

*** Sun­day Mail Zim­babwe Fun­gayi Mag­wenzi on ‘Get real, Sadc tells Chamisa’ Sadc helped to bring in­de­pen­dence to most Sadc mem­bers as Front­line States, Zim­babwe in­cluded. There­fore its most un­for­tu­nate that sell­outs ex­pect help from rev­o­lu­tion­ar­ies. Your agenda is well-known within and out­side the re­gion. Tough luck guys, try next time.

*** Word­san Jimika on ‘Get real, Sadc tells Chamisa’ No one can lead a coun­try without Sadc en­dorse­ment. Only dream­ers can kkkkkkkk *** www.sun­day­

New Zim Ci­ti­zen on ‘We choose op­ti­mism’

There are too many neg­a­tive peo­ple in the op­po­si­tion and the pri­vate me­dia that sup­ports them. Set­ting up the com­mis­sion on the post-elec­tion vi­o­lence was the right thing to do. It shows that the Pres­i­dent is all about trans­parency. Now we ex­pect to see pros­e­cu­tions af­ter the com­mis­sion presents its re­port. If you en­gage in crime, be pre­pared to do the time. No one should cry foul when the chick­ens come home to roost.


We have lost lives on the roads due to ac­ci­dents. I there­fore ap­peal to con­cerned par­ties to play their role to­wards avoid­ance of these ac­ci­dents.

The Traf­fic Safety Coun­cil of Zim­babwe should up their aware­ness. The ZRP and VID should ar­rest those found on the wrong side of law, in­clud­ing im­pound­ing ve­hi­cles that are not road­wor­thy. Life is pre­cious, let’s all be in­volved. —

Priscilla Ny­athi, Hwange


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