Zimbabwe should be Ramaphosa’s top foreign policy priority

Zimbabwe should be Ramaphosa’s top foreign policy priority

President Cyril Ramaphosa has made statements about the need for the US to lift targeted sanctions. Beyond this call, he has not done anything tangible to show that Zimbabwe is his top foreign policy priority, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.

It is the politics and not the space satellite

It is the politics and not the space satellite

The United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Ms Hilal Elver who recently completed an 11 day
mission after an invitation was extended by the government from 18 to 28 November 2019, exposes the dire state
of the economy which has resulted in acute food insecurity in Zimbabwe.

Food Security Situation in Zimbabwe

Food Security Situation in Zimbabwe

• Crop production highly correlated with food insecurity in Zimbabwe

Someone from Zimbabwe could win a $285 million jackpot on Friday night!

Someone from Zimbabwe could win a $285 million jackpot on Friday night!

Play the game by purchasing official Mega Millions tickets online.

Zim “orange” justice works for end to gender violence

Zim “orange” justice works for end to gender violence

Rotten row magistrate calls for violence free society

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Dear Family and Friends,

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