The Continued Deception: Unmasking The True Face Of The CCP

This advice, reminiscent of the days of Soviet Russia, raises concerns about the naivety and sympathy displayed by certain foreign intellectuals, diplomats, and media figures.
By The Singapore Post Feb. 17, 2024

Behind the Baobab Curtain: Putin’s adventures are reshaping Africa

The split was a blow to Nigerian President Bola Tinubu, who became chairman of Ecowas only five weeks before the 26 July coup in Niger.
By Phillip Van Niekerk Feb. 16, 2024

Ukraine: The generals aren’t the problem

Politics and, especially war, is so capricious and unpredictable that something often does turn up.
By Gwynne Dyer Feb. 16, 2024

Cafca sees 3% decline in sales volumes in Q1

Established in 1947, Cafca is a subsidiary of the South African cable manufacturer, CBi Electric African Cables (South Africa). Cafca is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 13, 2024

Proplastics revenue up 5%

According to the company’s trading update, sales volumes rose by 25% to 4 987 tonnes on the similar period in 2022.
By Belinda Chiroodza Feb. 5, 2024

LaLiga investigating Bellingham allegedly insulting Greenwood

Greenwood – capped once by England – has scored four goals in 18 league appearances for Getafe this season.
By Supersport Feb. 4, 2024

Exposing loopholes in the international criminal justice system

This US law is still on the statutes of its judicial system.
By Moses M Nyakatangure Jan. 11, 2024

Global wars should help drive domestic economies

Today the world is seized with yet another war in the Middle East as if the war in Ukraine is over or does not matter anymore.
By Tapiwa Gomo Dec. 11, 2023

Global economy to slow down in 2024

While this energy supply disruption is yet to occur, the current increase in fuel prices is a result of panic and speculation that supplies from oil-rich countries could be affected.
By Tapiwa Gomo Nov. 20, 2023