JSC investigates fake arrest warrant

The lawyers said police officers failed to produce a copy of the warrant of arrest, but insisted that copies would be provided at the police station.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 1, 2024
Zimbabwe at a Crossroads: Chamisa Resigns amid Allegations of Infiltration and Threats
Zimbabwe at a Crossroads: Chamisa Resigns amid Allegations of Infiltration and Threats
Some incumbent members of parliament aligned with Chamisa were also mentioned.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 3, 2024
Zim celebrates World Intellectual Property day
In a joint statement, CIPZ, ARIPO, and AfrIPI said they collaborated to leverage their influence and synergies as intellectual property experts locally, within the African Region, and globally.
By Staff Reporter May. 4, 2023
Collapsed Zimbabwe health sector makes fresh international headlines
The Standard is in possession of the documentary that is yet to be shared with other media groups and on social media platforms.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 2, 2023
Winky D incident was yet another own goal
Dancehall artist Winky D has felt the impact of a regime that has been gripped by paranoia and fear as a result of its disastrous failure.  
By Doctor Stop It Mar. 12, 2023
Bulawayo SME centre goes up in flames
 The centre manufactures sofas, wardrobes and other household furniture.
By Zanele Ndlovu Jan. 18, 2023
Police bust drug ring after 17 youths taken ill
The law enforcement agency raided two houses in the suburb and arrested three suspects, including a former police officer, in connection with drug peddling following a tip-off.
By Nizbert Moyo Jan. 18, 2023
Mangudya: Zim’s de-dollarisation on course
 De-dollarisation is critically dependent on price stability which leads to indifference between holding the local currency and the US dollar.
By Vince Musewe Jan. 15, 2023
Council says outsiders causing chaos on streets
The local authority has been involved in running battles with illegal vendors who were allocated vending bays by Zanu PF officials along 5th Avenue in July this year, blocking the road.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 15, 2023
Murewa CCC violence victims recount ordeal
“We were harassed and we fled and slept in the mountains. It rained all night and we had to endure the downpour,” Chikoti
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 15, 2023
Chiwenga blocks NSSA boss appointment
NSSA general manager Arthur Manase was suspended in July 2022 and senior executives were supposed to be appointed on rotational basis to fill the position in an acting capacity.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jan. 15, 2023
When age limit shutters girl child’s dream
Concern has been raised over age discrimination with most women from disadvantaged backgrounds saying they are being left out yet they are passionate about the nursing profession.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Jan. 15, 2023
Zim women struggle with condition that brings shame, segregation
But she was yet to witness another challenge as she developed an uncomfortable health condition of a loose bladder.
By Vanessa Gonye Dec. 18, 2022
Shanghai schools to go online as Covid spreads
Nurseries and childcare centres will also shut from Monday, according to Shanghai's education bureau.
By Bbc News Dec. 18, 2022
Bigwigs shielded from power cuts....Chefs get free solar systems
Zimbabweans are enduring punishing power outages lasting at least 18 hours every day.
By Miriam Mangwaya Dec. 11, 2022
Furore over ministers' no-show at graft indaba
At the NACS meeting, Zacc chairperson Justice Loice Matanda Moyo blasted the ministers for failing to prioritise the fight against graft.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Dec. 11, 2022
Mo Ibrahim on why he gives ex-presidents US$5m
Africa where we made money, and Africa where I come from, so it is where I am going to give my money and that I follow literally.
By In Conversation With Trevor Dec. 11, 2022
Rural school children get internet lifeline
Not many could be happier than Tinotenda, a 10-year-old pupil at Dzvairo Primary School in Makoni, a rural district in Manicaland province.
By Correspondent Dec. 11, 2022
No light at end of the tunnel: Zim brace for worsening power cuts
DESPITE a decline in grain supplies across the country as harvests deplete, business has been good for Tendai Chipere.
By Taurai Mangudhla Dec. 4, 2022
Zimdollar dilemma for Zim foreign missions
There have been reports in the past of Zimbabwean embassies being sued in different countries over failure to pay rentals.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 1, 2022
Property developer cries foul over perjury case
They claimed that the houses he constructed on behalf of Pokugara Properties did not have approved plans.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Nov. 27, 2022
400 HIV-exposed infants receiving treatment, care
She said, however, they were facing challenges with children with advanced HIV infection.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Nov. 27, 2022
Contractor challenges deal ceding Harare’s vast tracts of land
Fairclot Investments, trading as Trucking and Construction Company (T&C) is embroiled in a payment dispute with businessman Ken Sharpe.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 15, 2022
Beitbridge border post ‘dumps’ Zimdollar
Zimborders says the project could create revenues of up to $2 billion from toll fees.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Nov. 12, 2022
Anxiety grips Zanu PF old guard
Major surprises are expected after some previously sidelined or suspended party members sprang to victory in the recent central committee elections.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Taurai Mangudhla Oct. 23, 2022
News in depth: Mnangagwa crafts crude strategy to stay in power, revels in adulation
At the time, the late former President Robert Mugabe was carrying out a ruthless purge against perceived supporters of his deputy Joice Mujuru. 
By Nqobani Ndlovu Oct. 23, 2022
Govt hit with US$20bn bill over grabbed properties
Some of the land is being parcelled out now and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ally Scott Sakupwanya has been named as one of the recent beneficiaries
By Nqobani Ndlovu Oct. 23, 2022
Minister lashes out at investors abusing workers
The Mines minister said all miners must pay the minimum wage with rare exceptions required to seek special exemptions.
By Taurai Mangudhla Oct. 23, 2022