2023 Presidential Candidates profiles

78-year-old Gwinyai is the younger brother of the late former politician. He was elected party leader in 2017, after a “seven-year mourning period” following the death of the UANC founder in 2010.
By Newsday Aug. 19, 2023

Traditional, faith healers registration: A donkey, oxen being harnessed

From the healers’ perspective, Christianity and traditional religion are considered to be related systems of thought and practice.
By Blessing Mandabva May. 14, 2023

The power of ‘mediumship’ in controlling societies

SOME scholars have argued that those who control religion, the media and the trading systems and structures control the world
By Tapiwa Gomo Dec. 5, 2022

Iran seeks to promote Islam through art

The Iranian embassy in Harare said interested artists must submit their artworks in the form of photos, videos, articles, songs and paintings via email.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 23, 2022

Chirenje’s agony of using mbira in gospel music

Chirenje remembers she fell in love with the traditional sound after she was expelled from the school choir.
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 9, 2022

Raping of minors in the name of religion, hell

A love that is marked by openness where the communication is absolutely two way.
By Zimind Oct. 14, 2022

A girl child’s lament

The responsibilities of being a wife, a mother, a lover and heading a family are too much to place on my fledgling mind and tender shoulders.
By Lavender Chabata Oct. 13, 2022

Masvingo turns down fire tender deal

“Consideration was given to the report of the acting finance director on the letter from the permanent secretary in the Local Government and Public Works ministry advising that government will procure fire tenders on behalf of local authorities utilising the 2022 devolution fund allocations. The City of Masvingo would get two fire tenders at a cost of  US$464 396 each.

By The Standard Aug. 20, 2022

The reincarnation of ATR in apostolic sect churches.What is going on?

Of particular interest, ATR practices found in some apostolic churches have not been spared from questioning.

By The Standard Dec. 5, 2021