Saturday, March 29, 2008

Zimbabweans desperate for change

globeandmail.com: "Marondera, Zimbabwe — Robert Wilson got into line at 3 a.m. for a bus to take him to the polling station, then walked six kilometres from the bus stop to get to the ballot box in this rural area, and six km back to the main road.
A nurse named Margaret stood for six hours in a snaking line at a regional elections centre to try to find out why her name wasn't on the voters' roll, and where she could go to cast her ballot."