ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa yesterday backed calls for a National Transitional Authority (NTA) to run Zimbabwe’s affairs till the next elections, arguing it was necessary to guarantee a peaceful transition.
Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Friday hinted that Zimbabwe had been abandoned by the international financial institutions on whom it had pinned its hopes for economic revival and was now […]
Most African leaders are cowards who have no direction, President Robert Mugabe said yesterday while threatening to orchestrate a split of the United Nations.
Many residents of Epworth are still trying to come to terms with events of last Saturday and many are yet to recover from the trauma they suffered the day when […]
The Glen View women who were arrested by police last Saturday for participating in a protest by opposition parties under the banner of National Electoral reform Agenda (Nera) have recounted […]
The Standard is working on a follow-up story to consolidate the lead story of September 18 – 24 about the police opening fire using live ammunition to quell protests. The […]
The Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has extended its begging bowl to donor agencies and relatives of convicts as thousands of inmates face serious food shortages, it has emerged.
We are going to ratchet the game because it’s important for Zanu PF and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to understand that this is a right.
The sprawling town of Chitungwiza, gripped by an unprecedented shortage of water with taps running dry for two months now, has resorted to privatising the provision of the precious liquid.
LABOUR unions have moved in to diffuse the cold war between Detroop mine workers and their Chinese employers following allegations of exploitation and violation of labour and environmental laws at […]