There is a relationship between these two offices that lies at the heart of the political problems in
Zimbabwe, and is playing out today in a very dangerous fashion.
It is not a new problem, nor one that afflicts Zimbabwe alone. But it is so essentially the problem
Young women are interested in politics but have no faith in political parties. They feel that political parties do not have their interests at heart and that they are not concerned about the ordinary person: their main concern is in enriching themselves and their inner circles. These young women summed up the key governance problems in Zimbabwe as failed government, failed opposition parties, self-seeking politicians, disrespect for the rule of law, corruption, and the lack of citizen participation.