The ‘last kicks of a dying horse’ is arguably the best and only qualifying description of the numbered days in the life of Mugabe’s larger than life, oversized regime – personified from inception to adulthood by protests, demonstrations and defiance; consenqently met by tear gas, baton sticks and the brutal police force aka militia- abductions perps who brought families and communities asunder – and shocked the global family of humans – during all that time///CRIMSON TAZVINZWA
My new book “Finding our Voices” is hot off the Zimbabwean press and will make its first public appearance on Sat 8 Nov at the Maasdorp market in Belgravia, Harare between 9am and 12.
International orders www.lulu.com/spotlight/CathyBuckle2018///CATHY BUCKLE
Oh My God! That time! 2013 – 2017 forever shall be memorialised as coming of age – weaning; for the majority of Zimbabweans, in which they found and finally were capable of manipulating their voices for a good cause, learned the power of hope, patience and persistence, and finally came together in humongous numbers – and in unison – said “Enough is Enough.”
And that was it. He was gone in a flash.
‘Finding Our Voices’ – the dawn – is Catherine Buckle’s fourth book in a series describing the imapct of Zimbabwean politics on real Zimbabwean people.
- ‘Can you Hear the Drums’ covers 2000 to 2004.
- ‘Millions, Billions, Trillions’ covers 2005 to 2009.
- ‘When Winners are Losers’ covers 2009 to 2013 and
- ‘Finding Our Voices’ concludes as Mugabe government is booted out of power after more than 3 decades of iron-rule and dictatorship.
Good reads for historians, researchers and political scientists – plus all those others who care about democracy.