With ZANU winning the last election with a mere 50.8% of a national vote in which it was alleged that people aged 141 are registered to vote, and in one instance a single address had over 100 registered voters?
If only it meant that Zimbabwe would be getting a new chance to break free from the destruction he presided over like we all hoped it would when we looked forward to this day.
Unfortunately it seems that the crocodile has robbed them of this.
I suppose it is different for everyone but I can remember hearing the nonsense about how quitting smoking is as hard as giving up heroin. It's rubbish and frankly just being committed and mindful until day three is enough.
I'm not sure terming the initial phase as "hell" is helpful. I think it scares people and puts them off trying.
It's more like mild discomfort if you are aware of what is happening and accept it for what it is.
It can be a lot easier than most are led to believe.
The only time I consume any of their broadcasts is 5FM in the mornings on my way to work for about an hour from 05:30.
Lately I have noticed that the only adverts which play (repeatedly) during that time are from Rain and The National Lottery.
Are their other radio stations also seemingly...
There are actually a few differences, chief of which was 14 November 1997 when the Zim dollar lost almost 72% of it's value against the US dollar and the local stock market plunged 46%. The slide looked gradual after a seriously damaging event.
I think this is has more to do with people not actually understanding what a gearbox is for than anything else. I'm convinced a large portion of our population thinks that if you gear down your engine will explode.