The value of values

When it comes to considering the value of something, we might think along the same lines.
By Tim Middleton Nov. 19, 2023

How far can imperfect knowledge go in generating solutions?

Farmers tend to be very suspicious of processing enterprises from which they are excluded in value added products.
By Charles Dhewa Oct. 6, 2023

7 F-factors to unlock personal effectiveness

These factors encompass different aspects of life, including faith, family, finance, fitness, friendships, focus and even failure.
By Jonah Nyoni Aug. 5, 2023

Rights Bill to be aligned to Constitution

The ZHRC is mandated to promote the protection, development and attainment of human rights and freedoms at all levels of society.
By Problem Masau Nov. 16, 2022

In Full: Thirtieth post cabinet press briefing

Current wheat stocks stand at 65 490 metric tonnes, and this will provide 2.6 months’ cover at a consumption rate of 21 000 metric tonnes per month.
By Ministry Of Information Oct. 11, 2022

Watchdogs demand transparency in delimitation exercise

According to section 161 of the Constitution, electoral boundaries must be delimited once every 10 years following a population census.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 10, 2022

Elusive audience data is a key element in newsroom digital transformation

Print was solely based on today for tomorrow. The world has witnessed shrinking print circulation and revenues. This matrix is long gone as citizen journalists are born, posting anything as they encounter it.

By The Standard Aug. 13, 2022

Slow start to voters roll inspection

The low turnout has been attributed to the limited publicity of the exercise by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec).

By The Standard Jul. 18, 2022

Climate change discourse: Academia must come to the party

Tertiary institutions were mandated to come up with outcomes-focussed national development activities towards a competitive, modern and industrialised Zimbabwe through problem-solving for value-addition.

By The Standard Jun. 21, 2022