President Mugabe exchange pleasantries with Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko, while flanked by First Lady Grace Mugabe and Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa just before a Zanu-PF Politburo meeting at party headquarters. File pic ARE Zimbabweans so polarised to the extent of simplifying economic debate to binary logic based on political affiliation? Lack of tolerance and subject matter expertise has seen some economic policy critics simply labelling proponents either ZANU-PF or opposition, without understanding the underlying rationale behind proposed plans. That said, the name “command economy” has been enough to deter Zimbabweans weary of unnecessary State intervention in their livelihoods from even entertaining the idea. After all, such economic models are associated with failed repressive communist States. Ordinary citizens are,…