The book is out of print.


In Victory, as Zuze Jairos lies in bed at a hospital in Harare, convalescing from a bout of Tuberculosis, he reflects that it is 1984 in Zimbabwe and 'nothing much has changed at Little England Farm, because the white owners,' are still stealing our sweat and blood under the cover of broad daylight and poverty has become the very soul of our freedom. When Zuze is finally released from the hospital, he has not a home to go to. He is an exile in the land of his birth.


Victory problematizes the postcolonial period in Zimbabwe as a continuation of colonialism under the guise of national independence. - Maurice Vambe, Postcolonial Web


George Mujajati is an award winning Zimbabwean novelist and playwright.