Workers’ Day has lost its lustre

Survival has become a buzzword in most corporate boardrooms as executives plot to ensure the ship stays afloat in the face of economic headwinds.
By Newsday May. 1, 2024

Food prices rise as inflation swells

He said that there would be no month-on-month and year-on-year inflation rate using the ZiG this month, as it would be computed next month.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Apr. 30, 2024

Divine insight: How to have victory over the spirit of poverty

It's important to remember that demons do not inhabit the human spirit, but they do impact other human spirit through the faculties of the human body.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Apr. 28, 2024

EditorialComment: Publicise currency switch

Most commuters endured a torrid week as public transport operators started rejecting the Zimbabwe dollar after hearing that it was being scrapped.
By The Standard Apr. 14, 2024

Zim food basket jumps 62,2%

The Zimdollar is currently trading at 1:21 000 in supermarkets and 1:32 000 at the parallel market rate.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Mar. 28, 2024

Home-grown initiatives central to climate change adaptation

For adaptation solutions to be realised, local communities need to be engaged, consulted and mainstreamed into climate budgeting.
By Peter Makwanya Feb. 26, 2024

Zim 2024 outlook, strategy: ‘Barbarians at the gate’ (III)

In today’s everchanging environment that is marked by disruption, the question of corporate survival has become top of mind as companies grapple with how to move forward.
By Batanai Matsika Feb. 2, 2024

Low-income houses: A dream home that is out of reach

As a result, they are often forced to settle for substandard living conditions or spend a significant portion of their income on rent, leaving little room for other basic necessities.
By Evans Mathanda Dec. 16, 2023

7 illegal miners locked up in Botswana

The accused persons said poverty drove them to commit the crime.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 22, 2023