Kasukuwere speaks against evictions

In a lengthy write-up on his X handle, Kasukuwere said a holistic review of the Communal Lands Act was imperative to arrest the chaos being witnessed in the country.
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 14, 2024

Kasukuwere’s son loses US$33K to conmen

Mbunga allegedly informed Christian that Mubaiwa had a South African FNB Bank account to deposit the money for groceries.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jan. 29, 2024

News In Depth: Bigwigs entangled in widening CIO number plates, smuggled cars scandal

This publication understands that more than 500 registration plates could have been affixed to top-of-the-range vehicles that would have been smuggled into Zimbabwe.
By Desmond Chingarande and Garikai Tunhira Nov. 5, 2023

ED after my farm – Kasukuwere

Kasukuwere is currently locked in a bitter legal wrangle over ownership of the farm with a war veteran identified as Ephanos Madzimunyi who has “invaded” the property.
By Ropafadzo Makosi Oct. 2, 2023

Kasukuwere challenges ED secrecy bid

Mnangagwa has in the past been criticized for overlying on statutory instruments to introduce far reaching measures without involving Parliament.
By Problem Masau and Sydney Kawadza Oct. 1, 2023

ED inauguration a non-event: CCC

Mnangagwa was declared winner by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) with a 52,6% vote but the CCC led by Nelson Chamisa rejected the August 23 and 24 poll results.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko and Ropafadzo Makosi Sep. 5, 2023

Towards the 2023 polls

On August 2, the Supreme Court overturned a High Court ruling barring 12 Citizens Coalition for Change candidates from contesting in Bulawayo elections. 
By Ratidzai Chatora Aug. 22, 2023

Tyson election agent in JSC crosshairs

In a letter, JSC demanded that Sande retracts her statements within seven days commencing from August 18.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Aug. 21, 2023

Editorial Comment: Chance for Zec to redeem itself

Zec owes Zimbabweans an explanation on the criteria being used to hire polling officers to dispel fears of interference.
By The Standard Aug. 20, 2023