President Robert Mugabe LAST week’s announcement that Cabinet has committed the national purse to spend $1 billion on the Robert Gabriel Mugabe University might have come as a shock to those who are in denial about the extent of the current leadership’s sense of entitlement. But to many who have long become disillusioned with ZANU-PF’s designs for this country, this is yet another example of a leadership far removed from the grim daily struggles confronting the majority of the populace. Granted, it is standard procedure, elsewhere, for former leaders to establish institutions as platforms to pursue public life after they leave office. In the United States, this takes the shape of presidential libraries and foundations. The…