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By Admin and Hstv Radio and The Standard and Theindependent Aug. 12, 2022
UN has exposed ED deception
It said many Gukurahundi victims remained traumatised.
By The Standard Sep. 4, 2022
Madzibaba Echoes takes charge of Guruve shrine
According to a September 8 court judgement, Rufayi lost the interdict against the Chiores.
Villagers mobilise funds to construct clinic
The move was triggered after calls by villagers to relevant authorities to build a clinic in the area, were ignored.
Bvekerwa: Why I returned from diaspora
Zimbabwean YouTuber and lawyer Tashinga Bvekerwa says she returned home from abroad because she was “tired of being away, and it never felt like home”.
Winnie Mashaba hails Zim reception
Mashaba described her visit to Zimbabwe as “out of this world” and lauded her host Mahachi for the “warm” reception.
Local energy firm bids to create employment
Zimbabwe is working towards a middle-income economy by 2030, aimed at boosting various sectors of the economy.
By The Standard Sep. 17, 2022
Africa energy outlook 2022
the technology spillovers of these changes and attract increasing flows of climate finance
UZ fiasco shows govt is aloof
After the fees review, UZ students are now expected to pay as much as US$1 000 a semester.
Rising starlet Mabaya called up to England Under-19 squad
Mabaya is one of the four Reds players who will join the England under-19s, together with Luke Chambers, Lee Jonas and Oakley Cannonier.
Mnangagwa’s son distances himself from illegal housing project
One of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s sons has distanced himself from an illegal housing project in Harare’s Belvedere suburb, which is linked to Zanu PF activists.
First Mutual boss on education passion
I spent three years at university studying mathematics, and in my final year I was actually a tutor at the university itself.
When Trinidad and Tobago qualified for the FIFA World Cup
However, for the 2006 edition of the competition, there was a squad who managed to obtain an incredible spot in the tournament.
By The Standard Sep. 22, 2022
Malawi warms up to Zim products
ZimTrade conducted an outward mission to Malawi last week where several companies participated.
Promoting accountable investments in Zimbabwe
We have enjoyed this continuing partnership with the IDT.
Traditional leader backs Madzibaba Echoes
The ruling by Chief Chipuriro comes after the High Court ruled the Chiore family as the owners of the same shrine.
Farmer’s project expansion raises environmental concern
Ukraine is one of the largest grain producing nations but has been humstrung in its endeavor to trade cereals due to the war.
Judo tourney returns after three year break
"I hope Zimbabwe will qualify for the Paris Olympics in two years’ time," said Ambassador Tanaka.
Massive Harare land wrangle heats up
The matter is likely to be given to another judge for determination.
Mufakose shines in RCZ national music competition
Mufakose RCZ choir produced the best performance grabbing first position for both the set piece and own choice categories in Group A.
Our hands are clean, says Zinara board
“The Zacc reference number is RRB 86/09/19and court reference number is ACC77/19.
Editorial Comment: Chiri audits must trigger action
Chiri has been consistent in exposing the rot in government departments, but nothing is ever done to address the issues that she always raises.
Prophet Madungwe, Mliswa ‘comedians’?
Madungwe is known for claiming to have met and dined with God, claiming to be a self-proclaimed commander of the heavenly army.
Feli Nandi for Zimind, Nedbank listed companies awards ceremony
This year’s event will be held virtually under the theme Navigating Global Dynamics.
Mahachi, Mashaba video out tomorrow
“Dr Winnie Mashaba was in Zimbabwe two weeks ago to shoot the video which many are anticipating to watch.
Karoi’s Fun Killer rides on Romeo Gasa popularity
“I have done a lot in music, recording and composing good songs, but I am not yet there yet,” Fun Killer told Standard Style.
Malunga farm case raises dust
“He is being asked to potentially convict Malunga and partners for occupation of a farm that belongs to them.
ZANU PF has unleashed a reign of terror – opposition leader claims.
He said this in an interview from his Johannesburg base.
By The Standard Sep. 24, 2022
Editorial Comment: Moyo not protecting residents’ interests
The court case itself debunks Moyo’s claims that he is protecting Harare’s residents’ interests because it is clear that the project is not wanted.
By The Standard Oct. 2, 2022
Kasukuwere shifts weight in Zanu PF
Jun. 9, 2023
Diamond miner in a spin after CEO fired
Jun. 9, 2023
Bikita Minerals sees exports at US$500m
Jun. 9, 2023
‘RBZ directive to trigger more power cuts’
Jun. 9, 2023