That is the title of a piece in the Times of London by Christina Lamb, which demonstrates the terrible price that even middle class black ZImbabwean professionals are being made to pay by Mugabe's sadistic regime:
"STELLA SITHOLE is a high school teacher with neatly braided hair and a husband who works in a bank, yet in the twisted world of President Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe she has to turn tricks to feed her children.
Battling to survive the world’s highest inflation, estimated by local bankers to have reached 15,000%, the salary of Z$2.1m she has just received is six times what she got last month. But it is not even enough to cover her bus fares to school and back. In fact, it is equivalent to less than £3.50 a month."