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TO achieve unity and reconciliation traditional chiefs, the police and the army must be apolitical. The youth brigades must also be banned.-Demovet.

AS Zimbabweans we should put our heads together and have a common purpose. The people must be mindful of the fact that they have a right to accept or reject their leaders. Politicians aside, we as the people must work to resuscitate our country’s fortunes.
Povo.

IT seems that there’s no hurry in Africa. The GNU talks continue to drag on whilst the nation suffers.
Observer.

THE MDC-T must concentrate on freeing the airwaves and the press than worrying about Gideon Gono and Johannes Tomana. They should be warned because Zanu PF might come up with elections without these reforms.
Observer.

BY wanting to be called head of state and government and commander in chief of the defence forces, Robert Mugabe should not fool himself into thinking that the people will credit him with the positive changes happening in Zimbabwe. We know that they are happening because of the MDC-T’s entry into government. What Mugabe is doing is to squander the little resources we have with his huge delegations on his foreign trips. We want to boot him out come the next election.
Haulumi.

OUR Christmas season would have been another sombre and devastating time if Zanu PF was still running the show on its own with its shallow, makeshift and archaic economic policies such as Bacossi.  I salute Tendai Biti, Morgan Tsvangirai and the MDC-T for giving our families prospects of a better future and Christmas this year.
Self-evident.

DEPUTY Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe is a star. Initiatives such as the Women’s Economic Summit and her donation of sanitary wear to hospitals and prisons are very commendable. Keep it up!
Ntombenhle, Nkayi.

ZANU PF is playing games with the MDC formations on the resolving of the outstanding issues of the GPA. It’s now time to say enough is enough. President Jacob Zuma should not tolerate any nonsense.
Andy, Harare.

ONLY Zanu PF has the capacity to want to bring back the vile strategies of Jonathan Moyo on the electorate. It clearly shows how desperate they are.
FK.

THE public service audit must be expeditiously conducted and finished. We want to earn what we deserve to earn and not have Zanu PF youths deprive us of what is rightfully ours.  
Betera.

WHERE and how did Ignatius Chombo get all those properties and wealth? That’s why these politicians never want to leave office.
Observer.

THEY grabbed the farms, abused free agricultural inputs and turned farms into braai spots. Even if Zanu PF look to the East to their “all weather friends”, it won’t change the fact that they are doomed.
Papa, Zvimba.

I AM worried about Sithembiso Nyoni’s Small and Medium Enterprises ministry as it appears to be concentrating on urban areas. Is there anything being offered to rural people?
Concerned.

I SERIOUSLY doubt the intellectual faculties of some of our politicians. They are terribly ill-informed and deluded. The public service audit should be extended to the politicians.
Analyst.   

JUST like the saying “feed the body that works” applies to us, I believe it’s high time someone responsible started maintaining the roads that are now bringing in so much revenue.
Nyati, Shamva.

I DON’T understand how our power utility operates. They urge us to use power sparingly and yet leave the tower lights glowing throughout the day, only to turn off the electricity in the evening when we need it most.  
Perplexed.

CABS used to finance our export sector. They should revive this progressive facility. We desperately need export funding.
Small scale exporter.

WHAT is the Econet customer care line for? No one ever answers it!
Tony, Chinhoyi.

ECONET should not swindle us on undelivered messages. Better still they should improve on their services. We deserve nothing but the best from them.
Disappointed Alistair.

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