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Zim votes for Russia

Ninety-four countries voted in favour of the resolution while 14 were against and 73 abstained.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 16, 2022

UK envoy urges Zim girls to shun early marriages

Robinson said girls should not be afraid to pursue their passion and dreams as they strive to shape their future.
By Vanessa Gonye Oct. 11, 2022

Sanctions debate: Divisive, polarising

Mnangagwa could have dodged bullets as the expected backlash from protestors against his administration did not yield much impact.
By Sydney Kawadza Oct. 7, 2022

Letters:Will the removal of sanctions restore democracy in Zim?

More and more countries can add their voices at the UNGA, but the ball is in Mnangagwa’s court, who must do the right thing for sanctions to be removed.
By Amh Voices Sep. 27, 2022

Zim polarisation plays out at UN summit

Zanu PF also organised its pro-Mnangagwa demonstration denouncing the United States-imposed sanctions.
By Problem Masau Sep. 27, 2022

Govt mulls bond for diasporans

“We want investment back home. How shall we do it?
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 26, 2022

Govt pledges US$1m to Global Fund

he pledge was made by President Emmerson Mnangagwa during the on-going United Nations General Assembly.
By Methembe Sibanda and Vanessa Gonye Sep. 23, 2022

Mr President, what message do you have for diasporan Zimbos at UNGA?

I am sure some of them will be waiting for you to fulfil your promise and put in place mechanisms to enable them to vote in next year’s harmonised elections.
By Newsday Sep. 2, 2022

Zim heading to UNGA summit with dirty hands

Unfortunately, as things stand, Zimbabwe will have a hard time to convince the world that it subscribes to R2P principles given what is transpiring in our midst.
By Newsday Aug. 31, 2022