Letter from America: Ukraine left in the cold by US and its allies!

British prime minister Boris Johnson visited Kiev and pressured him to cut up the agreement and spit into Russian leader’s face, Vladimir Putin.
By Kenneth Mufuka Nov. 19, 2023

Letter from America: US: We are being led by mad men!

Researcher Mathew Blackburn, who calls this nonsense an “Escalator to Hell” is regarded as an outlier.
By Kenneth Mufuka Oct. 8, 2023

Open letter to African rulers on Ukraine ‘Peace Mission’

Have you easily forgotten how the world discriminated against Africans in offering asylum to Ukrainians
By Nkwazi Mhango Jun. 23, 2023

It’s hard sleeping outside, say Zim asylum seekers

John Lannon, chief executive of Doras, an NGO supporting migrants, says the category of particularly vulnerable refugees extends beyond minors and victims of torture.
By Irish Times May. 18, 2023

Pension funds investments: Betted all-in on Ukraine?

For comparative purposes, South Africa, with US$400 billion in GDP, is ranked number 75. Nigeria, the African economic powerhouse, is on number 50, with about US$600 billion in GDP.
By Gandy Gandidzanwa and Itai Mukadira May. 12, 2023

Low efficiency of Starstreak MANPADS dogs Ukraine

At the beginning of April 2022, Ukrainian propaganda and the foreign press announced the start of the use of Starstreak systems.
By Own Correspondent May. 11, 2023

Problems with Western weapons for Ukraine

In addition, the shells of other NATO countries do not fit the British guns and that means the shells will quickly run out.
By Own Correspondent Apr. 12, 2023

Britain says Ukraine forces defending Bakhmut under increasingly severe pressure

Oleh Zhdanov, a prominent Ukrainian analyst of military affairs, said late on Saturday that he could not detect any immediate signs Kyiv was going to order a retreat from the city.
By Reuters Mar. 5, 2023

Russia-Ukraine war live: Ukrainian defence of Bakhmut ‘under severe pressure’ as Russian forces close in

Ukrainian resupply routes out of the besieged city of Bakhmut are becoming “increasingly limited”, according to the UK Ministry of Defence.
By The Guardian Mar. 4, 2023