EU, UK, US presence at ZITF excites Mnangagwa
Over 20 countries participated at this year's trade fair, a growth from 13 last year.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Patricia Sibanda Apr. 29, 2023
Letter to my people: The cat is finally out of the bag
The denial by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission of leaking this information to Zanu PF has few takers.
By Doctor Stop It Apr. 16, 2023
News in depth: Auxilia Mnangagwa: A throw back to Grace Mugabe‘s hey day
The images reignited debate about the first family’s involvement in government business.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 16, 2023
CIVICUS report exposes a civil cociety under attack
The 2022 Nobel Peace Prize award to activists and organisations in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine for working to uphold human rights in the thick of conflict underpins this role.
By Joyce Chimbi Apr. 1, 2023
Belarusian opposition leader handed 15-year prison term
She and the opposition said at the time that the results had been doctored to hand victory to Lukashenko. Anger at the official results triggered widescale protests.
By Al Jazeera Mar. 7, 2023
How some tractors, dead lions met in Harare: A new geopolitics in Africa?
In exchange, Zimbabwe received US$66m worth of agricultural equipment for the agricultural mechanisation programme, notably tractors made at the famous former Soviet plant in Belarus.
By Ian Scoones Feb. 12, 2023
Belarus cashes in on Zim sanctions
Zanu PF party spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa said this was a move to bust sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States and the United Kingdom.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 6, 2023
Belarus deals: ED priming himself for long stay
Pragmatism called for Zimbabwe to Look East for economic bailout. Belarus, therefore, can only be looked at as an extension of the Look East policy by Zimbabwean authorities.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Feb. 4, 2023
Lukashenko visit puts Zim in West’s crosshairs
Belarus manufactures state-of-the-art advanced military systems.
By Nevanji Madanhire Feb. 3, 2023
Shock as Parly passes ‘Patriot Bill’