Cable demand strong: Cafca

The company continued to hedge against inflation by having adequate stocking of finished goods.
By Staff Writer May. 24, 2024

Rerouting global trade without deglobalising, way to go

As the geopolitical dynamics continue to unfold and evolve, economic ties are also fast shifting to adjust to the new realities.
By Tapiwa Gomo May. 20, 2024

Africa central to Russia’s geopolitical transition agenda

Many thought Russia would be defeated in less than a week and yet today, the war is in its third year despite the major global economic and political implications.
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 22, 2024

‘Shifting market conditions constraining PGMs output’

Russia is a major producer of platinum group metals (PGMs). The unfolding crisis has resulted in production and supply chain disruptions impacting negatively on the global supply of PGMs.
By Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 22, 2024

ED’s team in diplomatic boob

This comes less than two weeks after the team was warned by President Mnangagwa for playing a “bad” version of Zimbabwe’s  national anthem at a function he was presiding over.
By Nunurai Jena Mar. 22, 2024

Russia donates 48K tonnes wheat, fertiliser

Mnangagwa expressed gratitude to the Russian government, describing the donation as timely.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Mar. 21, 2024

Zimbo mercenaries fighting in Ukraine

Political analyst Pardon Taodzera said the participation of Zimbabwean mercenaries in Ukraine is worrying since Zimbabwe is known to be pro-Russian.
By Problem Masau Mar. 18, 2024

Russia wary of Chinese friendship

The Russia-China territorial dispute remains a delicate issue-one that requires deft diplomacy and adherence to established agreements.
By Thehongkongpost Mar. 11, 2024

Machakaire leads Zim delegation to global Youth Festival

The global event that is expected to attract over 20 000 delegates will be held in the Sirius Federal Territory in Sochi, Russia from 1 March to 7 March 2024.
By Brent Shamu Feb. 28, 2024