There was a time when Robert Mugabe’s grip on Zimbabwe seemed unshakable.
But seven days in November last year changed all that. Bringing to an end Mugabe’s 37-year rule and setting the country on a new political course.
But as CGTN’s Farai Mwakutuya reports, change has not come easy.
To discuss what has changed, what has remained and what the future holds for Zimbabwe:
- Chipo Dendere focuses on democratization and African politics as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Amherst College.
- Joseph Ochieno is a writer and commentator on African affairs.
- Nhlanhla Sehume is a South African journalist and news anchor.
- Bright Matonga served as a Member of Parliament and Zimbabwe’s Deputy Minister of Information.
— The Zimbabwe Mail (@TheZimbabweMail) November 12, 2018
One year after Mugabe’s historic ouster, Zimbabwe looks much the same https://t.co/uxQIUgn81e
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 21, 2018