Russia sets grain deal conditions, Putin suggests free grain for Africa
Ukraine, along with Turkey and the United Nations, had wanted to extend the deal for 120 days.
By Reuters Mar. 20, 2023
Israeli pogrom in Palestine
Huwara is in the northern West Bank. Nobody there under the age of 60 can recall a time when they didn’t live under Israeli military rule
By Gwynne Dyer Mar. 10, 2023
Shady deal angers Chiadzwa trust
Mabhudhu was suspended after being accused of throwing spanners into the works.
By Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 10, 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
US seeks allies' backing for possible China sanctions over Ukraine war
The U.S. Treasury Department, a lead agency on the imposition of sanctions, declined to comment.
By Reuters Mar. 2, 2023
UN chief points to ‘massive’ rights violations in Ukraine
Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has triggered “the most massive violations of human rights” in the world today.
By AP news Feb. 27, 2023
One year of war against Ukraine...Acting together to ensure international law will prevail
This war is neither ‘just a European issue’, nor is it about the ‘West versus the rest’.
By Josep Borrell Feb. 26, 2023
Zimbabwe abstains from UN vote over Russia/Ukraine war
No comment could be obtained from the Foreign Affairs ministry on why the country abstained from the UNGA vote.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 24, 2023
Home-grown economy versus foreign currency-driven economy
In the absence of basic information on the role of government departments, ordinary people lack appreciation of the role of government.
By Charles Dhewa Feb. 24, 2023
Teachers thumb nose at govt
By Mpumelelo Moyo and Sizalokuhle Ncube