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  • Miss Tourism Zim in financial doldrums

    Hope is the only thing keeping the dream of a successful Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) beauty pageant this year alive, The Standard Style has learnt.

  • Mubaiwa ponders Zifa presidency

    After quitting the Dynamos hot seat a fortnight ago, football administrator Keni Mubaiwa is not ruling out the possibility of running for the Zifa presidency when the election comes in […]

  • General Beltings cries foul

    GENERAL Beltings, the leading manufacturer of conveyor and other belts, says its performance in the first quarter of 2018 was deeply subdued as the Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development ministry […]

  • Mnangagwa, VPs escape death

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday survived an explosion that left at least nine people, including senior government officials, injured at a rally at Bulawayo’s White City Stadium.

  • Chamisa condemns attack on ED

    MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday led the condemnation of the blast at a rally addressed by President Emmerson Mnangwa where nine people, including government officials, were injured yesterday.

International

Fans dance in Berlin rain as Germany survive

Fans danced in the rain in Berlin on Saturday as defending champions Germany avoided an embarrassing World Cup exit with a 2-1 win over Sweden.

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Business

Millers turn to wheat reserves

TWO of the country’s biggest milling companies, National Foods Limited and Blue Ribbon Foods, have resorted to using reserve stocks of wheat due to severe shortages on the market, Standardbusiness […]

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Politics

Zanu PF hoodwinked us: war vets

Seven months after helping President Emmerson Mnangagwa wrestle power from his mentor Robert Mugabe, war veterans are crying foul claiming there is a plot to sideline them in Zanu PF.

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  • Amangwe revive kingdom in Zimbabwe

    Plumtree — The Amangwe clan — which is spread across Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, eSwatini and South Africa — has moved a gear up to revive the Amangwe kingdom that was […]

  • Hwange suspends managers

    Hwange Colliery Company has suspended five senior managers after they were allegedly implicated in corrupt deals.

  • Hospital stops key tests

    Harare Central Hospital has stopped carrying out some essential tests on patients after a chemical analyser machine broke down, it has been revealed.

  • Human trafficking kingpin arrested

    A Suspected Kuwait human trafficking kingpin has been arrested and is likely to face 27 counts of illegally taking Zimbabwean women to the Gulf country.

  • Priest jailed over porno

    A Vatican court yesterday sentenced a Catholic priest to five years in jail for possessing child pornography while he was based in the United States as a diplomat.

  • Millers turn to wheat reserves

    TWO of the country’s biggest milling companies, National Foods Limited and Blue Ribbon Foods, have resorted to using reserve stocks of wheat due to severe shortages on the market, Standardbusiness […]

  • General Beltings cries foul

    GENERAL Beltings, the leading manufacturer of conveyor and other belts, says its performance in the first quarter of 2018 was deeply subdued as the Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development ministry […]

  • The role of brand managers in politics

    The election season is upon us and once again politicians who are vying for council, parliamentary, senatorial positions and even the presidential post are trying to woo the electorate through […]



Recent Posts

  • Soccer punters get a heavy beating

    ZIMBABWE is fast becoming or is now a football betting country with almost half, if not three-quarters, of the nation now relying on football betting for survival.

  • ADF brings hope to needy children

    Fourteen-year-old Brandon Mashinge, who is blind, says that while he would have wanted to learn at a school closer to his home, the rural set-up made it impossible. People with […]

  • A concert for a noble cause

    The fight against poverty and vulnerability is a never-ending battle. (more…)


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