Putin in Vietnam: A friendship that refuses to die

This is also true in other Asian countries, where the Ukraine war is seen as a faraway crisis.
By Bbc News Jun. 20, 2024

World View: Ukraine: The ‘Big Push’ fails

Fifty days later, those obscure villages are still being mentioned every day as the location of ongoing clashes between Ukrainian and Russian forces
By Gwynne Dyer Nov. 10, 2023

Change is inevitable. Is Africa ready?

It is only now with what is unfolding in Niger, Burkina Faso, and other African countries that Europe is realising that it faces a major threat of losing both the Russian and African supplies.
By Tapiwa Gomo Aug. 14, 2023

Ghetto Dances: 'Never get emotional in public or you risk losing your temper'

“Never get emotional in public or you risk losing your temper,” that had been the advice of the father of one of my friends when I was growing up
By Onie Ndoro Aug. 13, 2023

Challenge to US global dominance will likely trigger Third World War

Based on the US foreign policies as explained earlier, it is incontrovertible that it would be amenable to change or pressure without resistance or putting up a fight.
By Tapiwa Gomo May. 1, 2023

Are Zim authorities out of touch with reality?

Constraining global economic activity has increased financial tightening by major central banks to fight inflation and subdue the impacts of the Russia-Ukraine war.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Apr. 28, 2023

43 years of Zim’s epic economic turmoil

The majority of the ordinary Zimbabweans have no access to clean water, primary healthcare, electricity, descent shelter, education and food.
By Gorden Moyo Apr. 21, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Russia-Ukraine war must end

Africa generally remained neutral in the conflict but for the Americans,
By Nevanji Madanhire Feb. 17, 2023

Arda scales up wheat production

Cumulatively, Mhiko added, Arda sowed cereals, fibre and oilseed crops under 25 389 ha from which a projected yield target of 127 000 metric tonnes of grain is expected.
By Tinashe Kairiza Feb. 10, 2023