Abuse of office claims haunt Chitando....his foes threaten to take concerns to Zacc

The most critical issue, according to court documents was whether the applicant Barrington Resources was the prior pegger of the mining location in dispute.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 26, 2024
Stars in education
Stars in education
It is a wonderful idea to have celebrations outside under the stars, not least because it is right and fitting to do so as it is a perfect picture of what the stars tell us educationally.
By Tim Middleton Feb. 4, 2024
Food and mood, how our eating habits influence our mental wellbeing
Mental health is a critical component of individual, family, community and national wellbeing and prosperity.
By Dr Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Feb. 4, 2024
Continued use of insult laws an affront to free expression
The prosecutors further charged that Kingirasi accused Mnagangwa of causing suffering among Zimbabweans and for authoring the prevailing economic crisis.
By Njabulo Ncube Feb. 4, 2024
Where is our tax money going?
Zimbabwe was already among the most taxed nations in the world.
By Tawanda Majoni Feb. 4, 2024
Fighting corruption is dangerous, but necessary exercise
Anti-corruption agencies should pursue their anti-corruption agenda without fear or favour.
By Sandra Matendere Feb. 4, 2024
Strengthen laws to protect Zimbabwe’s wetlands
Ironically, Zela notes the threat that human activities pose to wetlands despite this connection, a threat which has made it necessary to protect these rich patches of land at law.
By ZELA Feb. 4, 2024
Sengezo Tshabangu the baddest brother
Tshabangu himself allegedly has a Karanga father and some Ndebele ancestry. He fails therefore the test of a “pure tribalist”.
By Kenneth Mufuka Feb. 4, 2024
Editorial: Chamisa must pause and reflect
Zanu PF was intent on creating a one-party state and it demonstrated that after one of its own Edgar Tekere formed ZUM following his expulsion in 1988.
By The Standard Feb. 4, 2024
Digital transformation key to Africa’s food security
Young farmers like Nomaliso Musasiwa, a female farmer of Fresh in a Box have bemoaned prolonged power cuts as a threat to the use of technology to boost agricultural activities in Zimbabwe.
By Evans Mathanda Feb. 4, 2024
Car treatment after holiday travel
After a vacation, taking care of your car should be high on your list of priorities as you get ready for the new year.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Jan. 11, 2024
Credible elections beyond reach
Oftentimes throughout the progression of humanity, the harbinger duty was assigned to public debaters.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Aug. 23, 2023
Health talk: Lack of political will pushing health sector into abyss
Both the public and private health practitioners have wobbled continuously for the past months with loud cries which no one in government has braved to hear.
By Dr Johannes Marisa May. 21, 2023
Men should take their health seriously
The only challenge that threatens to cripple our health sector is brain drain as many healthcare workers leave Zimbabwe for greener pastures.
By Johannes Marisa May. 7, 2023
For safety and reliability, utilities must shift focus to distributed energy resources
We have already forgotten that Texas went through a similar winter storm event a decade earlier, in 2011.
By Rao Konidena Jan. 21, 2023
Buy Crypto in December 2022 - the Best Pick
financial situation of the well-known FTX exchange.
By Theindependent Dec. 12, 2022
HDF, EIB partner to implement Namibia’s first green hydrogen power plant
The European Investment Bank works with leading partners to support clean energy investment across Africa.
By The Standard Nov. 13, 2022
Africa energy outlook 2022
the technology spillovers of these changes and attract increasing flows of climate finance
By The Standard Sep. 18, 2022
Environmental sustainability key to brand Zim
The key success factors for this noble brand repositioning initiative remain centred on its sustainability, inclusivity, and persuasion.
By Mike Eric Juru Sep. 11, 2022
Use of family trusts for asset protection in Zimbabwe
Death has always required much more planning but it seems that it is the last thing that we really have time to deal with.
By Alex Majachani Sep. 11, 2022
New perspectives: What Zimbabwe needs to achieve work for all
Does the media, in its various forms be it mainstream, alternative or in the case of this article, social media affect election outcomes?
By Fay Chung Sep. 11, 2022
Village Rhapsody: Rising suicide cases among men worrying
Zimbabwe must do more to address the high rate of suicides.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 10, 2022
Citizen participation in devolution: Are ward development committees the answer?
On the coattails of this system is an opportunity for citizen participation.
By Alois Madhekeni and Lloyd Sachikonye Sep. 10, 2022
Western weapons are not helping Ukraine army
Rows of tanks, rocket launchers and armored vehicles stretched for hundreds of metres.
By Correspondent Sep. 9, 2022
The Battle for Africa: the US is blackmailing the continent
The battle for Africa has begun.
By Admin Sep. 9, 2022
Re-imagining the workplace: The engineer who became a fitter, turner and philosopher
He lectures on Positive Intelligence at Stanford University
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 5, 2022
Village Rhapsody: Reforms a must before 2023 elections
A contentious general election campaign began in the second quarter of 2000 when the draft was rejected.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 4, 2022
Zim's green buildings revolution in motion
In Zimbabwe, we have reason to celebrate the pacesetters of this rewarding global revolution
By Mike Eric Juru Sep. 4, 2022