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Health experts quake over new COVID-19 wave

On Monday, World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the pandemic a continued global emergency.
By Vanessa Gonye 22h ago

Govt, NGOs urged to upscale irrigation schemes in Hwedza

The district has a global acute malnutrition rate of 7%, above the 5% WHO emergency threshold.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 2, 2023

Comedian explains controversial female characters in skits

Given that the arts industry is replete with misconceptions and rumours, some celebrities end up being victims of false narratives.
By Rejoice Phiri Feb. 2, 2023

‘Agric will determine 2023 growth’

If at the end of the day we do not get the rainfall that has been envisaged or if it doesn’t come at the right times, then there may be problems achieving the agricultural targets
By Rugare Mubika Jan. 31, 2023

ACZ scouts for partners to develop small airports

ACZ chief executive officer Tawanda Gusha said they were set to carry out feasibility studies to check on the amount needed to develop small airports.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 30, 2023

ZTA officials probed for graft

Mangaliso Ndhlovu said the terms of reference of the probe team would include investigating a litany of allegations
By Kenneth Nyangani Jan. 30, 2023

Fertiliser industry requires US$55m per month to unlock stocks

In a State of Industry and Commerce report submitted to Cabinet recently, Industry and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza said the financial package would unlock stocks on a monthly basis.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 30, 2023

Editorial Comment: Tough action against drug lords needed

The researchers identified glue, broncleer, magemba, cane spirit, marijuana, cocaine and crystal meth as some of the commonly abused substances in Zimbabwe.
By The Standard Jan. 29, 2023

Is Covid-19 on a new counter attack?

In countries such as China, she was reported to be a household name  due to her blend of music that was considered unique and Pan-Africanist.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 29, 2023