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Letter from America: Biden refuses to step down, finds grace and comfort in the black church!

Biden (81-years-old) came into the debate looking drugged, walking like a zombie and speaking in a whispery voice that resembled that of Dracula.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jul. 14, 2024

Joe Biden now a lost cause

The drip-feed is the killer. Each “gaffe” on its own is minor, but without an autocue Biden now often serves up a word salad. Take the 48 hours of Thursday and Friday, July 4 and 5.
By Gwynne Dyer Jul. 12, 2024

World View: The West: Big changes at the last minute

If an exit deal is not visible by then, we can conclude that Biden will go ahead and fight — and probably lose the November election.
By Gwynne Dyer Jul. 5, 2024

U.S. high tariffs on Chinese EVs outdated, useless

Jurcic said he believed the U.S. tariffs would hardly impact Chinese EVs as they are primarily produced in China.
By Xinhua News May. 20, 2024

Letter from America: Black support for Genocide Joe and Democrats is suicidal!

Biden’s policies at home and abroad, are nothing but disastrous to African Americans.
By Kenneth Mufuka Apr. 28, 2024

US digs at Mnangagwa govt

The US said throughout last year security forces used excessive force to apprehend, detain and interrogate criminal suspects.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Apr. 27, 2024

Letter from America: Genocide Joe

The attack on an Israeli celebration by Hamas Resistance Movement happened on October 7, 2023. Israel lost 1 200 of its citizens.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 24, 2024

Businesses urged to embrace global partnerships following US sanctions lift

He emphasized that human rights abuses by the United States are well-documented, including disparities in rights between racial groups within the country.
By Xinhua News Mar. 12, 2024

US punishes Mnangagwa for ‘bribery, smuggling’ as it ends Zimbabwe sanctions

The US first imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe in 2003 citing alleged human rights violations by the regime of the late Robert Mugabe.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Mar. 5, 2024