WE have all suffered from Robert Mugabe’s viciously infantile tantrums, his economic ineptitude and terrible paranoia to a point where one is tempted to throw in the towel and leave; anything is better than the filthy corruption, the fuel
queues, the school fees and the collapse of law and order.
And the awful uncertainty.
But I believe now is not the time to give up. The signs, the hints of change, are all around us, albeit dim and often confusing. Yes, the line is thin. But it is strong. And it must hold.