Patrick Zhuwao Moyondizvo Dhewa ONE morning, a few weeks before Christmas in the year of our Lord 2015, I sat down with my 17 year old son, who had just finished writing his Ordinary level exams, along with my daughter who is doing her form one, and asked them about their thoughts and career ambitions in post independent Zimbabwe. They both concurred that given the slightest opportunity, they want to go and find career opportunities in countries outside Zimbabwe for the simple reason that prospects in their own country were bleak and offer no future for them as a young and new generation. I am sure many young children out there share similar sentiments. As a…