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‘We were used’: Zanu PF supporters get rude awakening as farm evictions intensify

 Investigations by The Standard revealed that resettled farmers at another farm known as Moreson near Chivhu were also in trouble as moves were being made to evict them.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 7, 2024

Compensate displaced communities: Zimcodd

It said in Mutoko villagers were given US$2 500 each as compensation after being displaced.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Jul. 4, 2023

Assemblies of God leadership wrangle rages

AOG Spiritual Movement, represented by lawyer Adonia Masawi, argued that the church was a splinter group and was operating on its own.
By Jairos Saunyama Jun. 23, 2023

From the small screen to Parly: Mavetera’s story

“It is normal for one to aim for the clouds but later land on the trees. I have always wanted to be there, being an aggressive and brave woman,” Mavetera told NewsDay Weekender.
By Jairos Saunyama Apr. 15, 2023

Let’s keep our eyes open on cholera

CHOLERA should  be given attention at this juncture in Zimbabwe after the country recorded 281 suspected cases.
By Johannes Marisa Mar. 31, 2023

Low turnout mars Zanu PF DDC polls

The elections were meant to elect a new district chairperson following the suspension of Alfred Pedzisa who was accused of insubordination, among a litany of other charges.
By Jairos Saunyama Nov. 29, 2022

500 cattle stolen in Mash East. . . as police urge farmers to use ICT to curb stocktheft

Chikomba district tops the province in terms of the highest number of stocktheft cases.
By Jairos Saunyama Oct. 31, 2022

Projects help tame tide of domestic violence

Based in Bulilima East in Plumtree, the group was formed in 2014 by 10 women, most of them widows.

By The Independent Feb. 13, 2022

Projects help tame tide of domestic violence

Based in Bulilima East in Plumtree, the group was formed in 2014 by 10 women, most of them widows.

By The Independent Feb. 13, 2022