Lula writes letter on 1st Anniversary of Imprisonment: “Exiled in my own country”

By Web Master On the day that marks one year since he was imprisoned, Lula wrote a message of hope and struggle to inspire supporters On the

Xenophobic attacks worry SA govt

By Staff Reporter SOUTH Africa’s Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu says reports of xenophobic attacks that have re-emerged in that country are a great

Xenophobic attacks inhuman, unacceptable – Mwamba

By Staff Reporter ZAMBIA’s outgoing High Commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba has expressed concern over reported attacks of foreign nationals living in South Africa. “We have

US will not succeed in toppling Venezuelan govt – Pressure groups.

By Staff Reporter   Several international pressure groups have expressed solidarity with the legitimately elected Venezuelan government of President Nicholas Maduro accusing the U.S of planning to

11 Catalan pro-independence militants arrested by Spanish police

By Staff Reporter   THE Spanish police yesterday arrested militants of the left-wing independence movement among them mayors, days before the trials against the right to self-

Zimbabweans riot over increase of fuel prices

By Web Master AS citizens protest the increase in fuel announced by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday, pictures and videos have emerged of how the day is

Capital hates universal dignity, M’membe

By Staff Reporter The Socialist Party (SP) in Zambia has observed that capitalists abhor governments that empower citizens. Congratulating Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro on his second term