World View: Ukrainian breakthrough

The ubiquitous Russian drones also slowed them down: almost all the mine-clearing had to be done at night, by hand.
By Gwynne Dyer Sep. 29, 2023

Zim gets US$300m insurance cover from ATIDI

Net profit dropped by 6% last year to US$32,8 million attributed to the depressed business environment resulting from the war in Ukraine.
By Business Reporter Sep. 15, 2023

Vladimir Putin — the global game changer

Ecowas countries are also facing domestic pressure from their citizens not to intervene. The West is dangling dollars as usual.
By Tapiwa Gomo Aug. 28, 2023

World View: China: Message from Russia

China’s main customers are in the developed countries and they would also be hurt by these sanctions.
By Gwynne Dyer Aug. 25, 2023

Change is inevitable. Is Africa ready?

It is only now with what is unfolding in Niger, Burkina Faso, and other African countries that Europe is realising that it faces a major threat of losing both the Russian and African supplies.
By Tapiwa Gomo Aug. 14, 2023

Ghetto Dances: 'Never get emotional in public or you risk losing your temper'

“Never get emotional in public or you risk losing your temper,” that had been the advice of the father of one of my friends when I was growing up
By Onie Ndoro Aug. 13, 2023

The Niger conundrum

They should be used as a last resort when dialogue and diplomacy have failed. Perhaps the world must ask itself if it needs a war to address some challenges.
By Tapiwa Gomo Aug. 7, 2023

Africa set to profit from new wave of green energy investment

International Energy Agency executive director Fatih Birol said on launching the IEA’s World Energy Investment Report in May.
By Ian Lewis Jul. 16, 2023

World View: Nato and a revival summit

France’s President Emmanuel Macron had publicly declared Nato “brain-dead” in 2019, and nobody could find a good reason to disagree.
By Gwynne Dyer Jul. 14, 2023