“IT’s getting late, isn’t it, Patrick?” chirrups Florence Mokwena, the deputy chair of Zimbabwe National Disability Board, recently at the 2nd Disability Continental Conference in Harare. “It has been a long day. We need to have our dinner now and to retire.” She is tired, hardly surprising, given that it is almost 7.30pm and she had been on the road since leaving Bulawayo that morning — more than 400 km away.  But that doesn’t prevent her from talking at length about her 20-year career, and the events that shaped it. She’s not one to hold back as we have our snacks during the cocktail on the eve of the 2nd Disability Continental Roundtable Meeting at a city hotel in Harare…