With horror, we have looked at Zimbabwe and seen the whiplashes of a panicking regime. But now what? Now what, after the welts are healing and the worst of the blood has been staunched? Examination will show us that to chronicle this as the work of a desperate regime is inaccurate.
Can Zimbabwe learn from the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions? Yes, argues Trevor Ncube, only if the people take matters into their own hand.