By Zivanai Dhewa

Irked by the successful SADC backed anti-sanctions campaign, which was conducted on the 25th of October 2020, and called for the removal of the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe, the British House of Lords held an urgent meeting in UK on 27 October 2020, to consider future sanctions on Zimbabwe sighting gross human rights violations. Instead evidence shows Britain is the biggest violator of human rights itself.

By Rungano Dzikira

Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Lieutenant-General (Retired) Sibusiso B. Moyo’s statement recently, rebuffing the British House of Lords debate over Henrietta Rushwaya’s gold smuggling case, has sparked voluminous praise and commentary from analysts.

By Zivanai Dhewa

In a move that indicates without a doubt the New Dispensation’s commitment to fulfil its obligations of compensating the Former Farm Owners (FFOs), Government has today sent out an international call for expression of interest for Financial Advisory Services, the Harare Post can report.

By Zivanai Dhewa

The USA Ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols, has been frothing about there being a ‘crisis’ in Zimbabwe, ignoring a real crisis brewing in Louisvel, Kentucky, where the militia has taken over that state.

By Zivanai Dhewa

In a clear indication of the selective supervision of human rights violations by the self-imposed human rights police, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and their surrogates, the Civic Society Organisation seem to have gone mum on similar arrests in Australia as those that happened in Zimbabwe, revealing nauseating double standards.

By Staff reporter

In what political analysts have termed “election phobia”, the United States of America President, Donald Trump launched a spirited effort to postpone November elections claiming it will be the "most inaccurate and fraudulent in history."