Uhuru at 44: Still a long way out

Whenever the freedom fighters speak of their roles in the armed struggle, the masses are always forgotten, relegated to historical footnotes.
By Newsday Apr. 18, 2024

Taxation should facilitate and not constrain economic growth

Once it has been decreed that certain activities, transactions, earnings or assets should attract a tax then that will be pretty much it, really.
By Prosper Munyedza Apr. 4, 2024

Church condemns heartless evictions

The government operation, which has since been suspended following a public outcry, has left victims homeless with others having been dragged to court.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 29, 2024

‘Remembering Colonialism in Zim’

The contributions in the book do not, however, dismiss the idea of a national memory, they only emphasise that it is one way of looking at the past.
By Anotida Chikumbu Jan. 12, 2024

Gospel legend switches off microphone

On the same night, there will also be Manyeruke’s biography launch.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 11, 2023

Harare South MP sucked into land squabbles

Housing co-operative members said Kanopula was not forthcoming when they tried to engage him.
By Staff Reporter Sep. 18, 2023

Chimurenga artistes should be original: Mapfumo

Chimurenga music is a Zimbabwean popular music genre coined and popularised by the United States-based Mapfumo, which features the mbira instrument.
By Sindiso Dube Sep. 3, 2023

Be patient with the album, Mapfumo tells fans

Speaking to Standard Style recently, Mapfumo said fans have to be a bit patient.
By Sindiso Dube Mar. 26, 2023

In the groove: Fela Kuti: The pioneer of afro-beats

In the same way, Fela Aníkúlápó Kuti the Nigerian musician and activist (born on October15, 1938 and died August 2, 1997) is credited with being the pioneer of afro-beats.
By Fred Zindi Mar. 12, 2023