Robert Mugabe may have been deposed after 37 years, but Zimbaweans in the capital could be forgiven for not noticing

Thirty-seven years after he took control of his country, Robert Mugabe’s dethroning was so abrupt that many Zimbabweans did not realise their country had been transformed overnight.

Samaz, a roadside fruit and vegetable seller who gave only his first name, said the first signs of change were the roadblocks set up central Harare and manned by twitchy soldiers.

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