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  • PSL title showdown

    PRIOR to the 2-1 league defeat to ZPC Kariba two weeks ago, Dynamos used to vehemently shout: “We are the champions!” as their war cry after every training session.

  • Magaya church stampede: Kwekwe mourns loved ones

    Former Kwekwe Executive Mayor Johnson Mawere’s daughter was among the 11 people who died during a stampede at a PHD Ministries crusade on Thursday night.

  • ‘Grace Mugabe derails gender movement’

    The remarkable gains that have been made in elevating women to positions of authority have been obliterated by the “cat fight” pitting the First Lady Grace Mugabe against the Vice-President Joice Mujuru.

  • Is Itai Dzamara the dreamer we lack?

    Before October 17 2014, Dzamara and Danho were unknown to the majority of Zimbabweans. Their petition marked the launch of the protest movement

  • What’s next for Mujuru?

    Vice-President Joice Mujuru has to make tough choices to either fight from within or leave Zanu PF as chances of retaining her post are getting slimmer

    The two maps illustrate how much support Joice Mujuru enjoyed before Grace Mugabe became a politician and how much Emmerson Mnangagwa, leader of a rival faction has since gained ground.
Graphic: Jeffrey Milanzi


‘Funding preschool has lasting benefits’

As the United Nations is currently debating how to allocate about US$2,5 trillion in development aid for the 2015-2030 period

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‘Zim needs to create 140 000 jobs annually’

Zimbabwe needs to create 138 395 jobs annually until 2018 to reduce unemployment challenges.

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Mugabe confronts Mujuru loyalists

President Robert Mugabe yesterday confronted loyalists of embattled Vice President Joice Mujuru at a stormy politburo meeting as he stamps his authority in the fractious Zanu PF ahead of next week’s elective congress.

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    Hearing impairment not a curse

    Children with hearing loss are often isolated, without friends, and unhappy in school and relatives avoid them like a plague.

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    Funding critical to health delivery

    Lack of a proper health financing policy and a framework to pool resources together has largely contributed to the poor state of the health delivery system in Zimbabwe and turning patients into “medical tourists”.

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    How the PHD mayhem unfolded

    All roads were leading to Mbizo Stadium on Thursday night where PHD Ministries founder and prophet Walter Magaya was to lead his first crusade in the gold mining town of Kwekwe.

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    Temperatures soaring: Met Office

    John Mupuro, the Principal Met Officer at the Meteorological Services Department of Zimbabwe, said according to their data, there has been temperature rise

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    Malnutrition stalks Matabeleland South

    MALNUTRITION has hit Matabeleland South province with an average of four children being affected every month, health officials have said.

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    Another global recession looming?

    Five years after the 2008-9 global financial crisis, the global economy is still struggling to find its right footing.

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    Politics eclipses Chinamasa budget

    FINANCE and Economic Development minister Patrick Chinamasa presents a low-key 2015 national budget on Thursday which will be overshadowed by the on-going factional wars in the ruling Zanu PF party.

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    No respite to ZSE losses

    The benchmark industrial index shed off 2,07% to close the week on 170,49 points, its lowest point in seven months as the economic downturn takes a toll on the Zimbabwe […]

  • ....., and even trees, have outgrown the abandoned buildings
    ‘Zim needs to create 140 000 jobs annually’

    Zimbabwe needs to create 138 395 jobs annually until 2018 to reduce unemployment challenges.

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    Netherlands to boost Zim tourism

    Netherlands is keen to support growth of the Zimbabwean tourism sector after agreeing to fund international exhibitions run by the Zimbabwe Tourism

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    Magaya should go back to the drawing board

    TWO weeks ago we published a front page picture depicting thousands of people standing back to back at an all night prayer conducted by PHD ministries at Zindoga shopping centre in Harare.

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    Nothing wrong with aspiring to be president

    ONE day in the late 90s, Eddison Zvobgo, the late Zanu PF legal supremo (may his soul rest in peace) was asked by a patron at one of his hotels in Masvingo whether he wanted to be the President of Zimbabwe.

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    The Grace Mugabe ‘tsunami’ shakes Zanu PF

    SOMEWHERE in the obscure annals of Shona folklore is a nugget of ancient wisdom which counsels against behaving like a lunatic who has picked up a whistle.

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    ‘God spoke through Makandiwa’

    I would like to share some views about the role of a prophet, in response to a letter titled Makandiwa should stick to church matters (The Standard October 5-11 2014).

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    Mugabe surrounded by bootlickers

    Zimbabwe economy has once again collapsed due to a combination of factors among them, economic mismanagement and bad governance.

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