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  • Andy Muridzo seeks spiritual help

    When pole dancer Beverly Sibanda, aka Bev, made allegations that she was carrying Andy Muridzo’s child, the contemporary musician felt the urge to respond and took to Facebook, but he […]

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  • Mugabe rebellion drama rocks Zanu PF

    President Robert Mugabe’s decision to reverse the Zanu PF Masvingo provincial elections and relieve Jorum Gumbo of his position as acting-chairperson was yesterday openly challenged by a faction linked to […]

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  • Tobacco farmers cry foul

    Tobacco farmers have criticised the e-marketing system which has been marred by technical glitches amid claims the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (Timb) did not inform its constituency how the […]

    Tobacco farmers follow proceedings of a NetOne road-show to market the mobile operator’s popular OneFusion promotion at the auction floors in Harare yesterday.
  • Diana Samkange determined to leave legacy

    Afro-jazz musician Diana Samkange says she wants her influence to inspire the young as she looks to diversify from music to other spheres of business.

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  • Mysterious death lifts lid on church’s forced marriages shame

    SHAMVA — Maria’s body was found floating in a river close to her aunt’s homestead where she had taken refuge after running away from her abusive husband.

    President Robert Mugabe (centre) addresses a Johane marange apostolic gathering to mobilise votes in 2013

International

Mnangagwa report trashed in Geneva

Civil society organisations from all over the world confronted President Mugabe’s government last Thursday at the United Nations Human Rights Council and strongly objected to Zimbabwe’s human rights report which […]

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Business

Bond notes hold fort but . . .

Bond notes have reduced the cash shortages gap, but the surrogate currency has chased away the dollar from the system, analysts have observed.

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Politics

Ex-VP’s party clears air on polls

Former vice-president Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP) has set tomorrow as the deadline for submissions from its members aspiring to contest for the opposition party’s top six positions.

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  • Patrick Zhuwao
    Mugabe’s nephew in huge climbdown

    President Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao had a stormy start to duty after he was appointed Indigenisation minister in September 2015 as he threatened to close down foreign-owned companies that […]

  • NPP leader Joice Mujuru
    Mujuru’s Gukurahundi nightmare

    Former vice-president Joice Mujuru looked like a shoo-in successor to President Robert Mugabe until her dramatic expulsion from Zanu PF in 2014, amidst claims that she was intent on staging […]

  • Univern director Laurence Neil Sher explaining the functions of the graders they supplied to Zinara
    How Zinara bosses were let off the hook

    The first part of this investigative piece done by The Standard in partnership with the Information for Development Trust (IDT) published last Sunday revisited the alleged Zimbabwe National Roads Administration […]

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    Mujuru spokesperson in trouble

    National People’s Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru’s spokesperson Gift Nyandoro is in hot soup after a Harare woman dragged him to court over alleged theft of trust funds.

  • President Robert Mugabe (centre) addresses a Johane marange apostolic gathering to mobilise votes in 2013
    Mysterious death lifts lid on church’s forced marriages shame

    SHAMVA — Maria’s body was found floating in a river close to her aunt’s homestead where she had taken refuge after running away from her abusive husband.

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    Bond notes hold fort but . . .

    Bond notes have reduced the cash shortages gap, but the surrogate currency has chased away the dollar from the system, analysts have observed.

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    NRZ sinking like Zisco, warns ex-executive

    A former executive at the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has warned government to keep its hands off the company lest it collapses like the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company […]

  • Tobacco farmers follow proceedings of a NetOne road-show to market the mobile operator’s popular OneFusion promotion at the auction floors in Harare yesterday.
    Tobacco farmers cry foul

    Tobacco farmers have criticised the e-marketing system which has been marred by technical glitches amid claims the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (Timb) did not inform its constituency how the […]

  • Tourism minister Walter Mzembi
    Mzembi inches closer to SG’s post

    Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi has taken another key step in the battle for the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) secretary general’s post after his candidature alongside six […]

  • Netone executive marketing Juliet Ziswa and NetOne executive media manager Clever Isaya
    NetOne’s OneFusion hailed

    JUNIOR Chamber International (JCI) has applauded the innovativeness of NetOne through its OneFusion package which is making internet penetration faster and more affordable to the generality of the population.

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    ICTs and people with disabilities

    Whilst the benefits of Information and Communication technologies (ICTs), especially social media applications, have come to be taken for granted in society, for people with disabilities (PWDs), who need these […]

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    Chiyangwa has a bigger challenge

    Last Thursday in Ethiopia, Madagascan Ahmad Ahmad defeated incumbent Issa Hayatou in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) elections to end the Cameroonian’s 29-year stranglehold on African football.

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    INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY STATEMENT 2017

    Theme: #BeBoldforChange The Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ), a network of women rights activists and women’s rights organizations joins the world in commemorating International Women’s Day. WCoZ further proclaim the […]

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    Disability convention in limbo

    While empowerment has become a buzzword in Zimbabwe and is at the heart of all developmental efforts and discourse, for the 2.3 million people with disabilities (PWDs) in Zimbabwe, who […]

  • President Robert Mugabe cutting a cake last week. Yesterday’s festivities in Matobo were worth $2 million
    Robert Mugabe’s party of shame

    President Robert Mugabe yesterday gathered thousands of his supporters near the historic Matobo hills to celebrate his 93rd birthday, oblivious of the plight of hundreds of Tsholotsho villagers displaced by […]

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  • Andy Muridzo
    Andy Muridzo seeks spiritual help

    When pole dancer Beverly Sibanda, aka Bev, made allegations that she was carrying Andy Muridzo’s child, the contemporary musician felt the urge to respond and took to Facebook, but he […]

  • NANGO-727239
    ICTs and people with disabilities

    Whilst the benefits of Information and Communication technologies (ICTs), especially social media applications, have come to be taken for granted in society, for people with disabilities (PWDs), who need these […]

  • Tristan Nydam
    Zim starlet added to England U18 squad

    ZIMBABWEAN football is on the verge of losing another fledgling football star to England after teenage sensation Tristan Nydam was added to their Under-18 squad for a series of friendly […]

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