‘Zec discredited to run polls’

A number of election observers have flagged the polls as not credible and failing to meet local, regional and international guidelines on holding free, fair and credible elections.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 4, 2023

Why have poll guidelines if ‘there is no perfect election’?

Interestingly, South Africa is a leading member of Sadc, the AU and Commonwealth — yet, its head of State has chosen to undermine these organisations’ election observer missions.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Sep. 4, 2023

Sandy consoles election loss with new video

The song was produced by South African based Mr Brown, who is behind many productions by artists such as Makhadzi, Young Stunna and many more.
By Style Reporter Sep. 3, 2023

Activists push for transitional govt

Mandaza yesterday told The Standard that Hichilema had acknowledged receipt of the petition with 25,609 people having signed it as of yesterday against a target of 35 000.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 3, 2023

Elections: Hopeless yet costly exercise

The report makes the finding that the semblance of peace in Zimbabwe is, in fact, a manifestation of ‘authoritarian peace’.
By Dzikamai Bere Aug. 25, 2023

NewsDay cartoon 22 August, 2023 edition

NewsDay cartoon 22 August, 2023 edition
By The Watcher Aug. 22, 2023

August 23 declared public holiday

In a government notice gazetted on Monday, Minister of Home Affairs Cultural Heritage Kazembe Kazembe said this.
By Staff Reporter Aug. 21, 2023

August 23: Who is winning the communications war?

With the proliferation of social media platforms and the increasing influence of online news outlets, the communications war has become a crucial battleground for political parties vying for power
By Lenox Mhlanga Aug. 20, 2023

Citizens’ desire for prosperity key to Zim’s development

This is the opportunity to exercise our inalienable right guaranteed in any democracy, designed for citizens to determine their destiny
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Aug. 14, 2023