You can read the comments of one Zimbabwean on the country at BBC World News. I found her response to questions interesting, especially this one . . .
Q: What is wrong with our African leaders - especially the so-called liberators?
Jeffery Sebunya, Kampala, UgandaThis is a difficult one. I guess we the public feel we owe them for our freedom, and we tend to worship them instead of viewing them as mere political leaders who are answerable to us. We watch and stay silent as they amend constitutions to give themselves more and more power until the country becomes a fiefdom. So it's not entirely the leaders' fault, we also contribute by staying silent when we should speak out.
The writer also gave honour to God - how wonderful! Will you join us in praying for Africa?