Hybrid warfare in SA: Sadc faces colour revolutions (I)
The massive inequality gap is exemplified by the fact that the white population of South Africa, despite making up around 8% of the population, control around 73% of commercial agricultural lands.
By Sapien Sapien Mar. 3, 2023
What Is a Waiver of Subrogation?
When an accident occurs, most victims turn to the insurer of the guilty party for compensation of the damage caused
By Newsday Jan. 26, 2023
NSSA begins journey towards ISO 45001 certification
This journey began when Nssa was formed, but an increased emphasis came in 2021.
By Tatira Zwinoira Dec. 2, 2022
Chissano to lead Zim re-engagement drive
ZIMBABWE has roped in the services of former Mozambican President Joachim Chissano to head a delegation
By Kenneth Nyangani Dec. 2, 2022
Treasury Bonds to fund 90% of US$3,5bn debt to white farmers
The agreement, called the Global Compensation Deed, was entered into between the government and the Commercial Farmers Union of Zimbabwe, an exclusive union for white commercial farmers,
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 28, 2022
Climate change, poaching decimating Zim fish stocks
“Climate change has generally led to increased temperatures in our water bodies and this is likely going to continue affecting our wildlife conservation efforts including the fisheries,” ZimParks spokesperson Tinashe Farawo said.
By The NewsDay Apr. 25, 2022
Republican lawmaker calls TikTok ‘an immediate threat’ and calls for app to be banned
Tottenham part ways with head coach after outburst following 3-3 draw with Southampton
By Sky News