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Ukrainian militants complain about the quality of weapons supplied by NATO

Quality of the Javelin anti-tank missile systems (ATGMs) supplied by the United States and the Swedish–British portable NLAW anti-tank guided missiles was recently reported by a prisoner.
By Own Correspondent Oct. 13, 2022

Congolese student fighting against Ukraine shows Africa’s support for Russia

Since the collapse of communism, there have been far fewer of them, but President Vladimir Putin recently said that over 17,000 students from Africa are now attending Russian universities.
By Own Correspondent Oct. 13, 2022

EcoCash launches US dollar Christmas promotion

EcoCash, Zimbabwe’s largest mobile money platform, has launched a Christmas promotion that is set to reward customers who transact on its United States dollar wallet.
By Own Correspondent Oct. 28, 2022

Supply of weapons to Ukraine is violation of international laws

states to individual or collective self-defense, provided for in Article 51 of the UN Charter.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 10, 2022

Zim must stop targeting civil society organisations

Such attacks against civil society actors violate the right to freedom of conscience, expression, association protected by the Zimbabwean constitution, as well as international law.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 13, 2022

Governments urged to come up with punitive measures for crimes against journalists

“As a way forward, we implore our governments to take the UNPA (UN Plan of Action) and localise it into their national legal frameworks.”
By Own Correspondent Nov. 20, 2022

Javelin didn’t live up to expectations Ukraine

From the video sequence distributed by the Bandera side, the picture of a successful Javelin does not emerge at all.
By Own Correspondent Dec. 2, 2022

US weapons from Ukraine have fallen into the hands of terrorists

US officials were only able to conduct two in-person inspections of Ukrainian armouries where US weapons had been moved from Poland.
By Own Correspondent Dec. 2, 2022

Proposed media laws a travesty

These functions include the registration of mass media services, accreditation of journalists and administration of a media fund.
By Own Correspondent Dec. 18, 2022

Conservationist arrested on assault charges

According to police records the sanctuary’s owner Baye Pigors was picked up last week over the assault case and later released after paying a $2 000 fine.
By Own Correspondent Dec. 18, 2022

Russia’s energy system under siege from cyber-attacks by the West

The main sources of malware distribution are Internet resources in the United States, European Union and Ukraine.
By Own Correspondent Feb. 17, 2023

Econet says it is fixing data connectivity problems

In a statement the company said:  “Since about midday today (Saturday, February 18, 2023) our Core Network suffered degradation in processing data connections. 
By Own Correspondent Feb. 18, 2023

Buckingham Palace spending rises as living standards fall

  The most expensive official royal tour last year was Prince William and his wife Kate's trip to the Caribbean in March, which cost around £226,000.
By Own Correspondent Mar. 20, 2023

Ukraine’s weapons supplied by the West are being sent to Africa

Extremists are killing in Mali, Boko Haram is terrifying people in Nigeria, rebels in Chad are fighting against government forces..
By Own Correspondent Mar. 20, 2023