Zimbabweans elated by the prospect of change are flooding Harare’s streets.
Others embraced the soldiers who seized power, shouting “Thank you! Thank you!” in scenes unthinkable even a week ago.
“These are our leaders now,” said Remember Moffat, waving a picture of army commander Constantino Chiwenga and Emmerson Mnangagwa, the former vice president whose sacking this month precipitated the military intervention.
“My dream is to see a new Zimbabwe. I’ve only known this tyrant called Mugabe my whole life.”