Ukraine is having problems with American weapons

We are talking about MaxxPro armored vehicles that were recently delivered in the interests of Kyiv.

By The Standard Aug. 19, 2022
Mboweni mentors emerging entrepreneurs, calls for integrity in business
Mboweni mentors emerging entrepreneurs, calls for integrity in business

Speaking to a group of young entrepreneurs at a Strategy, Transformation, Incubation and Release (STIR) programme in Harare recently, Mboweni said he was pained to see young entrepreneurs fail in their business endeavours.

By The Standard Jul. 17, 2022
Victory for Sunshine Development and HCC in land deal case

By staff reporter In a landmark ruling, Zimbabwe Homeless People’s Federation has lost its case against the Harare City Council, Sunshine Developments , Kenneth Sharpe and others where it was seeking cancellation of the Deeds of transfer of the land to Sunshine Development Private Limited, a Joint Venture company with the HCC done over 14 […]

By The Standard Jul. 15, 2022
Vungu Dam water treatment and irrigation project takes off

So far Grindale’s mobilisation has used more than USD $3.4 million which is more than the government’s deposit.

By The Standard Jul. 8, 2022
High Court ordered Katsimberis to pay Kenneth Sharpe for wasted costs

Justice Manzunzu gave order after the case failed to kick off as set out on Wednesday at Katsimberis instance.

By The Standard Jul. 2, 2022
Nurses strike takes new twist

Nurses and other health workers downed tools on June 20 protesting poor pay and working conditions, grinding the country’s troubled health sector to its knees.

By The Standard Jun. 26, 2022
Russia’s ban of Jehovah’s Witnesses illegal, European human rights court says in landmark ruling

The judgment vindicated every one of Jehovah’s Witnesses inside and outside of Russia, legally establishing that they were law-abiding citizens who were being wrongly prosecuted and imprisoned.

By The Standard Jun. 20, 2022
SA based politician Chamuka forms new party

The new party is known as the People’s Unity Party (PUP).

By The Standard Jun. 11, 2022
EU project brings smiles to Gokwe farmers

The four-year Agricultural Business Centre (ABC), seeks to capacitate the communal farmers to identify value chains with income generating projects and is implemented by Welthungerhilfe and Empretec Zimbabwe.

By The Standard Jun. 5, 2022
Zimbabwe’s lobby to lift ivory trade ban stutters

The Hwange National Park, the country’s largest game reserve hosted the African Elephants Conference between May 23 to 26, where Zimbabwe hoped to influence a common position for the continent on ivory trade ahead of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) conference of the parties (Cop19) to be held in Panama later this year.

By The Standard May. 28, 2022
Mnangagwa not doing enough, says US

US acting ambassador to Zimbabwe Thomas Hastings, who is also the charge d’affaires, told The Standard in an interview that Mnangagwa has done little to erase the country’s ‘bad-boy’ image for  the normalisation of relations and lifting of targeted sanctions to happen.

By The Standard May. 22, 2022
ED challenger wins major battle

Musengezi was granted $30 000 bail on Friday when he appeared before magistrate Yeukazi Dzuda after spending days in remand prison in a case where he faces charge of falsifying his address to obtain Zanu PF membership.

By The Standard May. 22, 2022
Council rangers go on rampage

Police and the Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) confirmed the shooting incident, which happened on April 30.

By The Standard May. 8, 2022
Mvuma land dispute turns nasty

Nothiwani Dlodlo in 2020 filed an application for an eviction order against Zanu PF activists Nicholas Gonde, Jackson Taivavashe, Admire Maduyu, Washington Marumwa, Musiiwa Bernard Maruta, Edwin Manyeruke, Charles Marovere and Obert Mudzingwa.

By The Standard May. 8, 2022
CSC debt saga takes shocking turn

The LJFCA deal empowered Boustead Beef to assume control of CSC’s ranches and meat processing facilities across the country, along with managing distribution centres and residential properties in Harare, Gweru and Mutare for a period of 25 years.

By The Standard May. 8, 2022
Jet opens 33rd branch in Avondale

Mnyama said the Avondale branch will be offering kids wear, ladies and gents casual wear, formal wear and beauty products.

By The Standard Apr. 17, 2022
EcoCash launches new US$ service

EcoCash Holdings CEO Eddie Chibi said the new service was expected to make life easier for millions of consumers struggling to safely send US dollars to their friends and family across the country.

By The Standard Apr. 10, 2022
Zanu PF yet to repair school wall

Chitungwiza Residents Trust director Alice Kuveya condemned Zanu PF for destroying school property.

By The Standard Apr. 3, 2022
News in depth: Chinese scramble for Zim’s chrome leaves communal lands scarred

Increasing demand for chrome on the international market has spurred a rush by both local and Chinese companies to set up operations to mine the sought after mineral in some Midlands districts.

By The Standard Mar. 13, 2022
Bullion boss rewarded

Speaking to Standard Style, Gwanyanya said he was encouraged by the recognition coming his way as well as that of the Bullion Group.

By The Standard Mar. 13, 2022
Proton opens new depot

The company, which is headquartered in Marondera, has seen its product ranch growing over the past 60 years to include a wide range of bread, confectionary, cookies and sponge cake mix.

By The Standard Feb. 27, 2022
Business network to hold inaugural event

Manyika, who started her own business after years working for various local brands, said they have since registered amazing interest and feedback from productive women in business across Zimbabwe.

By The Standard Jan. 30, 2022
Domestic violence victim laid to rest

Soul Nyagumbo from Mutare, the father of the now deceased, refused to have his daughter buried before a postmortem was done as he pushed for closure and justice.

By The Standard Jan. 30, 2022
News in depth: Tobacco contractor short-changes farmers amid bribery scam involving scribes

Voedsel says it is a “Zimbabwean wholly indigenous company” whose operations started in 2008 and has a Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) Class A buyer licence, which permits it to buy and export the golden leaf.

By The Standard Jan. 16, 2022
Law body in the eye of a storm

Lovemore Manja alleged that he was dismissed from work in 2013 under unclear circumstances resulting in him taking the matter to the Labour Court.

By The Standard Jan. 16, 2022
Matabeleland civic groups fume over voter education hurdles

Bulawayo Vendors and Traders Association (BVTA) director Michael Ndiweni who is also a member of the Ekhaya Vote campaign said police, and other law enforcement agents were frustrating their voter education campaigns.

By The Standard Jan. 16, 2022
Court grants woman R10m maintenance

This is after that country’s Constitutional Court ruled that such relationships were a legitimate family structure, and deserved respect and recognition under the law.

By The Standard Jan. 16, 2022
ABC boosts mango production

ABC is a sustainable social enterprise created by Welthungerhilfe and Empretec Zimbabwe with funding from the European Union.

By The Standard Jan. 16, 2022