All Zimbos must enjoy the fruits of independence

Musicians sing songs of praise and many a time, such songs exaggerate the contributions and achievements of the politicians.
By Clive Malunga Apr. 24, 2023

Her Majesty Empress Auxillia

It is important to highlight what Zimbabwe’s first three First Ladies did in their time.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Dec. 10, 2022

‘Dark forces’ sabotaging Zimdollar: Mutsvangwa

Addressing Harare Polytechnic journalism students, Mutsvangwa said government had made strides in turning around the economy only to be sabotaged by the country’s enemies.

By The Standard Jul. 14, 2022

Zec to consider new voters blitz

On Tuesday, Zec released a statement stating that as at June 10, the country’s registered voters numbered 5 804 975, a 2% increase on 5 695 706 from 2018.

By The Standard Jul. 7, 2022

Moyo intensifies attacks on CCC

Moyo yesterday claimed that CCC was operating as a secret society due to the absence of structures and a constitution.

By The Standard Jul. 4, 2022

No need to fight with ED: Chamisa

Speaking at a memorial service for the late constitutional expert and academic Alex Magaisa, held at the Showgrounds in Harare on Sunday, Chamisa said: “Yes, Zanu PF did us wrong and the country is performing badly.

By The Standard Jun. 28, 2022

‘Drop in voter numbers disturbing’

Zec spokesperson Jasper Mangwana, in an interview with the NewsDay yesterday attributed the decline to the removal of deceased voters from the roll.

By The Standard May. 12, 2022

‘Stayaways only effective in a formal economy’

The shutdown was called by the Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu) with support from the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (Artuz) and civic groups.

By The Standard May. 11, 2022

Zim sees rise in new political parties

Political analysts who spoke to NewsDay highlighted that having these many parties being launched was an indication of democracy, although some dismissed them as “fly-by-night” groups that disappear soon after the elections, only to resurface five years later for another general election.

By The Standard May. 2, 2022