SA’s IEC goes rogue: Bold move sets precedent for electoral freedom

Commissions often operate in areas ripe for manipulation, but IEC sent a good message to the African community.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 9, 2024
Fathers, take care of your mental health
Fathers, take care of your mental health
This pressure may also make it difficult for fathers to ask for help from their wives or partners, family or friends as they try to always ‘make a plan’
By Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Jun. 9, 2024
Watch out, influenza has gone wild
You have to visit your clinician for further action. The viral infection can worsen or complicate to give conditions such as:
By Johannes Marisa Jun. 9, 2024
Ngwena kowtowing to Putin not statesmanlike
Ngwena’s desperation to cling on to power beyond the two terms stipulated in the constitution has reached embarrassing levels.
By Doctor Stop It Jun. 9, 2024
Deep cartels (Part 3): Spotlighting Auxillia Mnangagwa
I see that Auxillia has developed keen interest in Geo Pomona, appearing at the project’s events, etc.
By Tawanda Majoni Jun. 9, 2024
South Africans have nobody to blame, but themselves!
If this narrative is accepted, the only acceptable black families are those who pay homage to the Oppenheimers (mining) and the Ruperts (grocery chains). 
By Kenneth Mufuka Jun. 9, 2024
Daily struggles for the ordinary man
I was the last person to disembark from the kombi. Most of the vehicles had halted and there was more confusion.
By Onie Ndoro Jun. 9, 2024
Editorial Comment: CIO’s alleged off budget financing raises eyebrows
Faz’s involvement in last year’s elections put a huge dent on Zimbabwe’s electoral democracy and acting on such threats to transparency must never be taken lightly.
By The Standard Jun. 9, 2024
The psychological elements of Lewin's Change Management Model
Positive behaviour can be reinforced with even modest rewards, and positive reinforcement in public can inspire others to follow suit and raise spirits.
By The Standard Jun. 6, 2024
Amapiano places EeQue on a high horse
It has glinted a cultural revolution. He is making gaga female aficionados not to think twice about throwing their intimate garments on stage.
By Grant Moyo Jun. 2, 2024
Roots and rhymes: Sista X’s mission to promote African consciousness through rap and poetry
Believing that the ballot box is a possible antidote, My X confronts this virus by asserting the value of each vote (X) inserted on each ballot paper during elections.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Jun. 2, 2024
Unexpected church service at my home
The next morning, I received a call from Pastor Smart. He had found the phone. It was in one of his jacket pockets. We were all relieved.
By Onie Ndoro Jun. 2, 2024
Dearth of mentorship, talent management in entrepreneurship
Even with these technologies people at any level of the organisational hierarchy remain vital as assets for business longevity.
By Dr Farai Chigora Jun. 2, 2024
I still have not found
Thirty years before the Me Too movement, there was another powerful force which began in the music industry.
By Tim Middleton Jun. 2, 2024
China's investment and the African debt landscape
The Covid-19 pandemic has further exacerbated this vulnerability, as it strained African economies and their capacity to repay existing debts.
By Augustine Gwata Jun. 2, 2024
TikTok activism: how queer Zimbabweans use social media to show love and fight hate
In Zimbabwe, same-sex sexual relations are prohibited and those suspected of engaging in same-sex intimacy can be fined or jailed for up to a year.
By Gibson Ncube and Princess Sibanda Jun. 2, 2024
Kenya’s William Ruto reflects the new generation of African leaders!
There are many Asian countries, he alluded to, which have overcome their colonial legacy. “It is about leadership”.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jun. 2, 2024
A Warriors team we can trust
We hope that the Zifa normalisation committee will not destroy the mood in the camp by not providing the players' allowances and bonuses as happened in the past.
By Michael Kariati Jun. 2, 2024
From babes to fathers
The only way to recognise a mature Christian is by their words.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Jun. 2, 2024
How CIO-linked FAZ was set up to prop up Zanu PF
Munsaka said that when the MSPA was disbanded in 2014, the relationship ended and the trustees abandoned the project — only to revive the entity in 2022.
By The Sentry Jun. 2, 2024
Why I’m rooting for ruthless climate penalties
This is where climate sanctions come into play. Targeted economic penalties on the worst offenders, climate sanctions could create tangible financial incentives for change.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Jun. 2, 2024
All is not well in the cockpit as war vets cry foul
He becomes the second Zanu PF senior party member after Zanu PF motormouth Chris Mutsvangwa to talk publicly of how the judiciary has been shamefully compromised.
By Doctor Stop It Jun. 2, 2024
Deliver us from evil
Man of God, you never know that you love money until you have a millionaire as a member of your congregation.
By Dr Doug Mamvura Jun. 2, 2024
The ICC obscene accusations against Israel
The ICC’s stunt is a brazen inversion of the truth. It isolates Israel on the world stage and emboldens its enemies.
By Dr. Yvette Alt Miller Jun. 2, 2024
Editorial: FAZ scandal a sign of serious rot
FAZ is estimated to have spent US$4 million importing 160 Toyota Hilux pickup trucks for Zanu PF candidates.
By The Standard Jun. 2, 2024
When leaders don't practice what they preach
We are talking about a man who is about to end his second term and already he has introduced two local currencies, the RTGs, and now the ZiG.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Jun. 2, 2024
Zimbabwe needs God’s salvation
Many different views have been pronounced in answer to the problems bedeviling our motherland.
By Prosper Tingini Jun. 2, 2024