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A successful first quarter

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THE first quarter of the year is done.

As a people, we have not been sitting on our laurels.

We have been hard at work.

As a people pursuing a vision, Vision 2030, of an upper-middle income economy, we continue making all efforts to transform our fortunes.

We are committed to advancing our collective well-being and striving to change our fortunes for the better. 

Despite facing challenges from our adversaries, we stand strong and resolute. 

We have not given up nor lost hope but strongly believe in the vision of the country’s leadership.

Our journey forward continues unabated, we refuse to retreat. 

We are resilient warriors, embodying the spirit of Dzimbahwe.

As we end the first quarter, coinciding with the Christian Easter Holidays, we recognise the importance of both hard work and rejuvenation. 

It’s crucial to pause, reflect and recharge. 

While Easter is a time for the Jewish community to commemorate a significant event, let us also use it to evaluate our progress.

Safety remains paramount during this period of celebrations. 

Let’s exercise caution, particularly on the roads; avoiding reckless behaviour like driving under the influence of alcohol. 

Preserving lives is integral to driving our nation’s progress.

Despite economic transformations being imperative, our people are indispensable to realising our national aspirations. 

Let’s take a moment to acknowledge the milestones achieved and envisage brighter opportunities ahead. 

While challenges persist, our determination to resist external pressures and pursue our development goals remains steadfast.

To those of us who find it difficult to be positive and thrive on lambasting the country’s institutions without proffering solutions, it is time to change mindsets and contribute towards development.

We might be going through trying times but we have passed the difficult phase where we refused the imposition of the Western will on our nation.

They are still trying and will not give up anytime soon.

Let this break re-invigorate us and keep us on track.

The evil illegal sanctions cannot stop us.

They have failed to stop us and will not stop us as long as we remain united and focused on our goals.

This break should serve as a revitalising force, refocusing us on our developmental endeavours. Let’s review and enhance our strategies across all sectors, encouraging a positive mindset and constructive contributions toward nation-building.

During the holidays, amid prayers and festivities, let’s remain vigilant against criminal activities that may disrupt the holiday spirit. 

Criminals set us back and we hope that the Zimbabwe Republic Police, like always, will be out in full force during the holidays to deal with the errant.

Together, let’s embrace this time for reflection, renewal and collective progress and get into the second quarter in full throttle.

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