Muripo prepares for his swansong

It was a bitter sweet triumph for him, having lost his father, Silas Muchandireka Muripo three days before his bout.
By Austin Karonga Sep. 22, 2023

Wagner group’s African contracts must be cancelled

Virtually everywhere that Wagner has operated human rights organisations, and the United Nations have uncovered evidence of mass rapes, murders and tortures.
By Radhika Ranchod Sep. 8, 2023

Vladimir Putin — the global game changer

Ecowas countries are also facing domestic pressure from their citizens not to intervene. The West is dangling dollars as usual.
By Tapiwa Gomo Aug. 28, 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

EFF: A party ruffling feathers of African politics

The late former Zimbabwean leader President Robert Mugabe, Malema told the West: “You can keep your AGOA, and we will keep our friendship with Russia.”
By Nyasha Mcbride Mpani and Yolokazi Mfuto Aug. 8, 2023

Letter to my people: Putin’s puppets are going against the wind

The public support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has clearly shown that when it comes to being tone deaf, Ngwena has no equal.
By Doctor Stop It Aug. 6, 2023

Russia must stop using food as a weapon

The BSGI aimed to re-establish a vital route for agricultural exports from Ukraine and to lower global food prices. 
By Josep Borrell Fontelles Aug. 6, 2023

Varsity forum strengthens Africa, Russia media relations

The event was attended by  young media practitioners from 10 African countries including Zimbabwe,
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Aug. 6, 2023