Commonwealth observer team heads to Zim

Commonwealth secretary-general Patricia Scotland said they had taken up the invitation from the country’s Foreign Affairs and International Trade ministry to observe the polls.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 12, 2023

Sudanese rebels storm Zim embassy

The conflict, which started in mid-April has displaced more than 1,6 million people, according to the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 21, 2023

Letter from America: Africans are waking up to US imperialism!

The US demands that South Africa supports, in no ambiguous terms, US position on the Ukraine.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jun. 18, 2023

US tweets on polls blown out of proportion

However, Harare did not take kindly to the tweets and has urged the US to “refrain from posting such messages in the spirit of re-engagement”.
By Newsday Jun. 1, 2023

Govt summons US envoy over poll tweets

French is holding station for new ambassador Pamela Tremont who is yet to assume office.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube May. 31, 2023

Zim, Kenya in bilateral review talks

President Emmerson Mnangagwa travelled to Kenya in March last year where he met President Uhuru Kenyatta to discuss issues of mutual interest and concern.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 8, 2023

Cyclone Freddy stalls Malawian prisoners’ deportation

Malawi’s deputy ambassador to Zimbabwe, Elias Mpaso told NewsDay that there were efforts to try and repatriate the prisoners, which have however been hampered by Cyclone Freddy.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Emma Nhancumba Mar. 17, 2023

MIHR petitions govt over access to water

THE Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) has petitioned Foreign Affairs minister Frederick Shava to push for access to clean water.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 1, 2023

European Commission bans TikTok on staff devices

Staff working at the European Commission have been ordered to remove the TikTok app from their phones and corporate devices.
By Bbc News Feb. 24, 2023