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

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

Probe exposes ‘dodgy’ oil, vehicle deals

The elections were won by President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Zanu PF.
By Tinashe Kairiza May. 31, 2024

Zanu PF deploys FAZ for by-elections

Zanu PF has  revealed that it had deployed FAZ and Heritage Trust members at each polling station to secure victory in the by-elections.
By Problem Masau Apr. 26, 2024

New US sanctions a setback for re-engagement, despite bravado

The new sanctions regime makes re-engagement a tall order and the ripple effects will be felt in the economy which also has to contend with the effects of the El Nino-induced drought.
By Newsday Mar. 12, 2024

‘Zanu PF, FAZ abused school facilities during elections’

Latest data from the Artuz  School Violation report showed that at least 230 cases of abuse of school facilities were recorded in the run up to the polls.
By Brent Shamu Dec. 28, 2023

Probity warrants reinstatement of unduly recalled MPs

It seems to me that the unfair recalls of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) parliamentarians and councillors constitute a political crisis for your Presidency.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Dec. 27, 2023

Disgruntled Faz agents the spill beans

Faz, a shadowy Zanu PF affiliate which has links to the CIO, played a crucial role in mobilising votes for President Mnangagwa’s re-election including intimidating voters.
By Miriam Mangwaya Dec. 24, 2023

Faz leader loses 3 family members in lightning strike

The Civil Protection Unit, the country’s rescue department during natural disasters, was last week asking for donations to assist the victims with food, clothing and shelter.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 22, 2023