Letter from America: Genocide Joe

The attack on an Israeli celebration by Hamas Resistance Movement happened on October 7, 2023. Israel lost 1 200 of its citizens.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 24, 2024

US fresh sanctions new wine in old wineskins

“These actions modernise, refocus our sanctions. We continually look at our sanctions programme and evaluate the targets, listing and delisting individuals and entities,” he said.
By Julia Ndlela Mar. 15, 2024

Businesses urged to embrace global partnerships following US sanctions lift

He emphasized that human rights abuses by the United States are well-documented, including disparities in rights between racial groups within the country.
By Xinhua News Mar. 12, 2024

Uncle Sam not letting go of little Zim

Mnangagwa has been hob-knobbing with shady characters like Delish Nguwaya whose name is linked to many government procurement scandals.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Mar. 9, 2024

US punishes Mnangagwa for ‘bribery, smuggling’ as it ends Zimbabwe sanctions

The US first imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe in 2003 citing alleged human rights violations by the regime of the late Robert Mugabe.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Mar. 5, 2024

US senator berates ED over opposition repression

In a statement on Monday, Risch called on the Biden administration to abandon the belief that it can negotiate with Zimbabwe’s current leaders.
By Problem Masau Nov. 8, 2023

World View: Israel-Gaza: Better call Cicero

Those refugees and their children and grandchildren have lived ever since in what amounts to an open-air prison, said the counter-chorus
By Gwynne Dyer Oct. 20, 2023

Biden is boosting hydrogen but some are unhappy

Hydrogen has a lot of green potential. When burned, it does not release the greenhouse gases that are warming the planet.
By Bbc News Oct. 16, 2023

Letter from America: Biden is sitting on a hot potato

He is sitting on a hot potato. On September 13 Congress opened an impeachment inquiry against him.
By Kenneth Mufuka Sep. 17, 2023