Is Trading In Your Car Worth The Extra Holiday Cash?

If you are in the market for some spare holiday cash, you may be at your wits end for where to turn. One good idea that you might have may be to try and sell your old used clunker. But is trading in your car for the holiday cash really truly worth it? Let’s have […]

By The Standard Jul. 24, 2021
#Poem: What
#Poem: What

What by Kudzai Timothy Kwaramba What do you want out of your life? My heart paused at this question I fell into deep thought of what I admire, what infatuates me and what I envy But I just ended up asking myself do I really want this, I never thought this simple question could be […]

By The Standard Jun. 25, 2020
SA based artist ropes Nox in new single

SOUTH Africa based Zimbabwean musician Kudakwashe Muchero has roped in Enock ‘Nox’ Guni in a single titled Mai Vevana which is based on his real life experiences.

By The Standard Jul. 26, 2019
Family – 23 February 2014
By The Standard Mar. 5, 2014
Build It Magazine
By The Standard Feb. 12, 2014
‘Mali war seeks to wipe out rebels’

Bamako — French and African forces aim to hunt down and eradicate Islamist rebels in northern Mali, not contain them, the African contingent commander said last week.

By The Standard Feb. 24, 2013
Church to include more women in leadership positions

The German bishops’ meeting in Trier also tried to address criticism of sexual discrimination by the church by vowing to include more women in leadership positions, although this will not include the ordination of women as priests.

By The Standard Feb. 24, 2013
Catholics okay morning-after pill

BERLIN — The Roman Catholic Church in Germany said it would permit certain types of “morning-after pill” for raped women, after two hospitals provoked an outcry for refusing to treat a rape victim.

By The Standard Feb. 24, 2013
ICRC: Meeting evolving humanitarian needs

THE head of regional delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Pascal Cuttat, gives an insight into the activities of the ICRC in the region and globally as the organisation commemorates 150 years of humanitarian action.

By The Standard Feb. 17, 2013
ICRC commemorates 150th anniversary

IT is with a deep sense of privilege and responsibility that we commemorate a unique milestone – 150 years of humanitarian action by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

By The Standard Feb. 17, 2013
Navigating the unemployment dilemma: Part I

The most exciting time in a young adult’s life is usually when they enrol at university or college.

By The Standard Jan. 20, 2013
Know more about Tose Respite

TOSE was registered as a national Welfare Organisation in November 1992, registration number W017/92.

By The Standard Nov. 4, 2012
Audi A6 model sets market tone

The devil really is in the detail for Audi A6 Saloon and Avant and A7 Sportback models, as a new black edition specification lends the acclaimed executive ranges a distinctly darker air.

By The Standard Nov. 4, 2012
Bowser uplifts Bulawayo

Bulawayo Water and Sanitation Emergency Response is funded by an Australian government aid programme and implemented by the Bulawayo City Council , Dabane Trust and World Vision.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
Azta awards, travel excellence

USING the theme Live, Love, Think Green, Azta hosted its annual awards ceremony in late September at Harare’s Cresta Lodge.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
Extracts from the book ‘Veritas 1892-2012’

“The day of the Sisters’ arrival in Salisbury was July 27 1891. On the first of August they began their work in the hospital which comprised three large huts, a marquee, and some tents.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
Irvine’s Zimbabwe — taking quality further

IT has been a year since we, as Irvine’s Zimbabwe, received our ISO 22000 certification for our chicken processing facility.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
Irvine’s Zimbabwe egg grading plant gets certified to ISO 22000

IRVINE’S Zimbabwe continues to make the deliberate effort of delighting the customer, by stepping up quality standards in the egg grading and packing plant.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
International Day of the Girl Child

THE 11th of October marks the first ever International Day of the Girl Child, as designated by the UN General Assembly in November 2011.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
Mujuru to officially launch township tourism

ZTA has embarked on a project to form township tourism, emulating thedevelopment it has brought to the once shabby Soweto township of South Africa.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
All about the Sanganai/Hlanganani: World Travel and Tourism Africa Fair

Background SANGANAI/Hlanganani —World Travel and Tourism Africa Fair is an annual Tourism trade fair organised by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA). It showcases the widest variety of Africa’s best tourism products, and attracts international visitors and media from across the world.

By The Standard Oct. 14, 2012
ADSL technologies deliver affordable broadband

IT is widely acknowledged that optical fibre is the future access technology of choice,due to its bandwidth capacity, access distance and less interference.

By The Standard Oct. 7, 2012
PowerTel — Your information super highway

Powertel is a wholly owned subsidiary of Zesa Holdings whose operations were approved by the Ministry of Mines and Energy.

By The Standard Oct. 7, 2012
About broadband internet

BROADBAND is high speed internet service providing high rate of data transmission.

By The Standard Oct. 7, 2012
Career guidance benefits thousands

The City Street Career Guidance Show, had over 10 000 people getting first-hand information and assistance on careers and training options.

By The Standard Oct. 7, 2012
The genesis of Chitungwiza Central Hospital

Chitungwiza Central Hospital, built by the government of Zimbabwe, was finished in 1984 when it opened its doors to the community on December 24 1984.

By The Standard Oct. 7, 2012
Chitungwiza Central Hospital on ISO re-certification

THE Chitungwiza Central Hospital has been assessed by the Standards Association of Zimbabwe (Saz) and retained its ISO 9001:2000 certificate.

By The Standard Oct. 7, 2012
Ethos remain the same at the Convent

In 1854 Charles Dickens wrote in that delightful novel Hard Times, “Teach these boys and girls nothing but facts. Facts alone are wanted in life. Plant nothing else, and root out everything else. You can only form the minds of reasoning animals upon facts: nothing else will ever be of any service to them.”

By The Standard Oct. 1, 2012