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Price bloodbath jolts govt

Mnangagwa last week accused business of trying to sabotage his government ahead of elections in August through unjustified price increases and rejecting the local currency.

Zanu PF poll disputes turn nasty

Zanu PF has been struggling to mobilise supporters to attend campaign meetings as they continue to protest against the imposition of candidates.

No secret talks with Mnangagwa: Chamisa

He was speaking to senior journalists and editors at a meeting organised by the Media Alliance of Zimbabwe in Harare on Friday.
By Tangai Chipangura 3h ago

Zanu PF divisions over candidates deepen

The elections were run by the shadowy Friends Association of Zimbabwe (FAZ), which has links to the Central Intelligence Organisation.
By Nqobani Ndlovu 3h ago

Jah Prayzah invades Chi-town site of Winky D's shutdown show

This excuse was given when Winky D's show in March at the very same venue was stopped; few believed it and that no one was arrested for anything close to illicit drugs made it worse.
By Sindiso Dube 3h ago

In conversation with Trevor: We’re losing our country, says Valerio

You know what amazes me when I wake up every day and I look at Zimbabwe, the situation in Zimbabwe, and I am alarmed that people are not doing more.

Voters rolls inspection in false start

Zec deputy chairperson Rodney Simukai Kiwa told The Standard that people refused to hire out their vehicles because Zec payments were not lucrative.
By Miriam Mangwaya 3h ago

Corruption watch: The real culprits behind price hikes

There is a good sense in which business must partly take the blame for causing mayhem on the money market.
By Tawanda Majoni 3h ago

Panic grips Zimbabweans in SA as deadline nears

The civil society groups said the looming permit expiration date makes it impossible  to comply with the Department of Home Affairs application process.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 3h ago