China’s ‘Spy ships’ in Maldives has damaging political implications for Muizzu’s Party

At present with Mohammad Muizzu’s party at the helm, the shift is more prominently towards Beijing, quite evidently.    
By The Hongkong Post Feb. 29, 2024

BAIC’s Beijing X55 is a beauty

For instance, the infotainment system conceals the driving modes, volume control, and air conditioning modes.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Feb. 2, 2024

China: Has the moment arrived?

China’s population started to drop last year, for the first time since the great purges and man-made famines of the early Communist years.
By Gwynne Dyer Dec. 15, 2023

China struggles to achieve food self-sufficiency

While the Asian superpower made advances in industrial and technological areas, its farm sector seems to have remained ignored and underdeveloped.
By Oct. 10, 2023

How Beijing’s taxi system can help Harare

Speaking to the Zimbabwe Independent during a recent tour of Beijing, a Chinese official said the use of taxis has been effective in decongesting metropole.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 6, 2023

Lack of land rights pushes women into ‘tight corner’

A mother of three, Mugadzi was ejected from her home in Mutoko by her in-laws after she refused to marry one of her husband’s brothers.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jul. 9, 2023

Cultural Crackdown in China Shuts Comedy and Music Shows

Many of the canceled events were supposed to feature foreign performers or speakers.
By The New York Times Jun. 8, 2023

China Loses Ground in Nepal

The recent upheaval in the political environment in Kathmandu has taken an inimical turn for Beijing.
By The Diplomat Mar. 16, 2023

Women key to family, national development

Women are empowered when they can access the opportunities available to them without limitations and restrictions such as in education, profession and lifestyle.
By Tapiwa Gomo Mar. 6, 2023