ZB moves to lay off excess staff
The group said as it goes through changes, employees who felt uncomfortable and wished to pursue other interests were free to do so through the scheme.
By Melody Chikono May. 30, 2023
‘Hifa absence, sign of an arts industry in distress’
“The absence of Hifa is a sign of an arts industry in distress,” says Plot Mhako, a renowned arts promoter.
By Kennedy Nyavaya May. 28, 2023
Mutambara roasts ‘shamelessly incompetent’ Mnangagwa govt
In an introduction seen by The Standard, the robotics professor said that the “Zimbabwean Dream”, with a thriving economy continues to elude millions.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko May. 21, 2023
‘Media must embrace NCDs in HIV coverage’
Mutsvangwa said the country has achieved a milestone in the HIV response through the multi-sectoral response approach that has placed key responsibilities in various sectors.
By Staff Reporter May. 20, 2023
Eight in 10 South African children struggle to read by age of 10
Illiteracy among South African children rose from from 78% in 2016 to 81%.
By BBC News May. 17, 2023
Is SA drifting to the centre of multipolar political changes?
It is not clear if there is a connection between the Chinese decision and how the US has been acting up on South Africa since last week.
By Tapiwa Gomo May. 15, 2023
Wellness: the 21st Century’s most critical competence
The lockdown measures implemented by many countries around the globe gave rise to sharp increases in reported cases of anxiety and depression.
By Jessie Mhaka May. 14, 2023
Ex-tour guide sets up camping venture
Moyo said they had set up camps on the outskirts of Matobo National Park, Burke’s Paradise and Southern Cross.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 12, 2023
Govt should invest more in medical oxygen
A health system cannot be strong if one of the six pillars is missing.
By Johannes Marisa May. 11, 2023
Mapeza remains optimistic