World View: Australia: War crimes and justice

None of the killings took place in the heat of battle, it said, and all occurred in circumstances that would, if accepted by a jury, constitute the war crime of murder.
By Gwynne Dyer 2h ago

Middleton reveals inspiration behind School of Sport column

It is very simple, really! I love sport! I believe in the incredible impact sport can have on every child.
By Tim Middleton May. 7, 2023

So rich yet so poor: A chronicle of trade injustice in cotton farming

Why is it impossible or difficult to also remunerate (fully or partially) cotton farmers in foreign currency as is the case with other producers of export products like tobacco and gold?
By John P. Maketo Apr. 28, 2023

Govt’s broken promises over Chilonga Bridge irk community

The storm’s impact on Zimbabwe included 136 fatalities.
By Pious Mutunhu Apr. 23, 2023

A positive position

It is what sells newspapers (bad news) and maybe it is motivated by the idea of “Do to others before they do it to you”.
By Tim Middleton Apr. 23, 2023

Econet data market share drops 2,1%

Conversely, NetOne increased its market share by 2,1% in the period under review.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 12, 2023

Building Naratives: Maketo launches second stock exchange investment handbook

Born and bred in Chitungwiza, Maketo is a stock market enthusiast with a bias towards capital markets.
By Fungayi Sox Apr. 2, 2023

5 Harare councillors up for abuse of office

It is alleged that the accused persons executed their plan in two meetings held on November 14, 2022 and December 14, 2022.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 30, 2023

Zim-bound US envoy slams Zim-China deals

In 2019, Chinese diplomats estimated that the world power had extended US$2,5 billion in loans, investments and grants to Zimbabwe since the diplomatic fallout in 2000.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 17, 2023