OVER 40 households in Sanyati’s Shonhiwa area now have access to safe drinking water after villagers contributed their chickens and goats to raise funds
MUTARE — An Anjin employee who assaulted and severely injured his colleague after a misunderstanding was dragged before a Mutare magistrate
SOME Roman Catholic nuns in Domboshava are seeking to eliminate the use of drugs considered toxic through the establishment of herbal gardens
ZAKA — The Health Transition Fund (HTF) has breathed life into the ailing health delivery services in Zaka district
SOME residents of Harare are defying a directive by council to stop planting maize on undesignated pieces of land.
A storm is brewing at Corrongemite Farm, Totonga district in Shurugwi, where villagers are up in arms with a new farmer
MUTASA — Preservation of wetlands has paid off for villagers in Mutasa as they are producing enough food for their families, with the surplus being sold to surrounding drought stricken areas.
CHILDREN who live on the streets of Harare say the onset of the rains has brought more misery to their lives as lack of shelter is exposing them to adverse weather conditions.
MEN continue to engage in risky behaviour with some insisting on unprotected sex with commercial sex workers, it has emerged.
BOREHOLES have dried up and food is hard to find in Munyikwa communal area in Gutu district. The Standard, deputy Editor Walter Marwizi travelled to Matombo village, almost 400km from Harare last week and heard harrowing tales of people locked in fierce survival battles with wild animals.