Staff Reporter

The European Union (EU) has poured USD1.7 billion in 116 African countries meant to propel their regime change agenda; top among those countries is Zimbabwe which is due for elections in 2023.

Staff Reporter

Malawian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Ms Anne Yauka Kumwenda has highlighted that countries in the SADC region will fully support Zimbabwe’s Vision 2030, as they also benefit from the vision, which she said had inspired most African countries and beyond.

By Kapya Kaoma

When U.S. President Joe Biden cited Zambia for corruption in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, I honestly expected a fiercest response from our President or UN ambassador. Instead, I got a smile from President Hichilema, and praises from his followers! Without any protest, our president met with U.S Vice President Harris.

Staff Writer

All is set for this year’s regional anti-sanctions day commemorations as SADC and other African countries join hands in solidarity with Zimbabwe’s call for the lifting of illegal sanctions imposed by the West since year 2000.

Zivanai Dhewa

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has called South Africans to order, warning against misinformation circulating on social media meant to whip up people’s emotions towards the destruction of the country’s infrastructure, while the country is struggling to keep its economy afloat during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Zivanai Dhewa

The SADC Chairperson of the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security , President of Botswana, Dr Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi despatched a fact finding team to the Kingdom of Eswatini to find ways of solving the conflicts bedevilling that country and dialogue was agreed upon as a lasting solution.

Zivanai Dhewa

…SADC tells the eSwati people

SADC, through its Chairperson of the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security, President of Botswana, Dr Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi, has urged the people and government of Eswatini to channel their grievances through the established channel.  This followed the continued escalation of clashes between the government and its opposing groups.

Zivanai Dhewa

…As misinformation threatens the peace of that nation

The Government of Eswatini has warned of an invisible hand that is using the media to circulate false and unverified information meant to destabilise the peace prevailing in that country, while rubbishing false information that the Eswatini government has declared Marshal Law.

Staff Reporter

His Excellency, the President of Zimbabwe, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday joined other SADC Heads of States for the Extraordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government  in Maputo, Mozambique, where they agreed to deploy a Standby Force Mission to combat terrorism in that country.