Zimbabwe is deteriorating fast. It’s economy is in freefall and its government has begun to viciously clamp down on growing protests against corruption and state failure. Journalists and opposition leaders have been detained. South Africa appears determined to stay out of it even as regional stability is threatened. What can be done to fix Zimbabwe and how should South Africa approach its wayward neighbour? Greg Mills spoke to Lindiwe Zulu, the head of the ANC study group on international relations and Tendai Biti, an opposition leader with the MDC.
Hon. Ms Lindiwe Zulu, ANC Department of International Relations, SA
Hon. Mr Tendai Biti, Vice-President, Movement for Democratic Change, Zimbabwe
Dr Greg Mills, The Brenthurst Foundation