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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s much trumpeted $500 million command agriculture scheme is a monumental failure and could leave the government saddled with debts running into millions, data made available to this […]
Prominent businessman Strive Masiyiwa has poured cold water on claims that he will lead a coalition of opposition parties to challenge President Robert Mugabe in next year’s elections.
IT is almost a year since the relationship between President Robert Mugabe and war veterans took a turn for the worse when riot police teargassed former freedom fighters that tried […]
Former Industry minister Nkosana Moyo is one of the few leaders who resigned from President Robert Mugabe’s failing government citing frustration at the lack of direction and the penchant to […]
At 93, President Robert Mugabe is reaching the twilight of his career and not even vote-rigging or abuse of state security apparatus can stop the inevitable.