Health Talk: Deal with wayward medical aid societies

The Medical Aid Society claims that it will reimburse the US$20 that the patient will have paid as shortfall.
By Dr Johannes Marisa Feb. 24, 2024

Perspectives: Anti-people taxes now in full swing

 Estimates note that up to 90% of Zimbabwe’s workforce is employed in the informal sector.
By Samuel Wadzai Jan. 14, 2024

Mokoomba set to dazzle at heritage-themed concert

Band manager Marcus Gora, in an interview with StandardStyle, emphasised the significance of the concert's theme.
By Khumbulani Muleya Dec. 17, 2023

Minister talks tough on anti-competitive practices

Industry and Commerce minister Sithembiso Nyoni said the government wanted to equip the commission.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Dec. 6, 2023

‘Zim must prioritise industrialisation’

Magade said the recent launch of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) presented the most immediate and significant opportunities for expanding the country’s export markets.
By Blessed Ndlovu Nov. 6, 2023

Zim teen scoops Royal Queen’s Commonwealth award

She published her debut book, Unsaid, at the age of 16. The book includes a poem that won the Young Writers Award 2022 and is now preserved in the National Archives of the British Library.
By Winstone Antonio Oct. 20, 2023

Golf Zone: Brooke to Host International Pairs 2023- Qualifiers

Plus the Club will provide Brooke-branded playing uniforms for both players.

High School students battle it out in entrepreneurship competition

Since inception in 2020, Emergination Africa has birthed 13 businesses that they mould from ideation stage, mentorship and product supply among other aspects.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Sep. 24, 2023

Emergination Africa business contest puts Education 5.0 to test

Since its inception four years ago, Emergination Africa and its partners have assisted 13 business ventures, born from students’ ideas, come into fruition.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Sep. 22, 2023