Isdore Guvamombe

Some things never change. Something really never change, 17 years after its formation the MDC still looks up to its masters in the United States of America for solutions after the sudden rejuvenation of Zanu-PF.

Tendai Biti, Nelson Chamisa and Weshman Ncube are in the United States seeking wisdom on how to deal with the new political dispensation in Zimbabwe. Their masters want to help them hatch a new plan after the sudden departure of former President Robert Mugabe and the entrance of President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The signs are, as usual, MDC formations cannot think on their own. They have to turn to someone else for direction.

The proclivity to globe trot is their domain. The proclivity to cry foul is their weakness.  The inability to develop as a home grown opposition is their biggest fault.

But the theatre of events is in Zimbabwe, not yonder America and or Europe. The voters are in Zimbabwe and not outside.are in Zimbabwe