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ED, Chiwenga to take home $70m in salaries

The wages are equivalent to US$8 964 at the prevailing official rate.
By Taurai Mangudhla 12h ago

Cartoon: Commonwealth of Nations

Cartoon: Commonwealth of Nations
By The Watcher Nov. 28, 2022

Govt splurges on COP27

By comparison, South Africa, one of the largest economies in Africa, had fewer than 90 delegates who accompanied President Cyril Ramaphosa, including three ministers.
By Problem Masau Nov. 28, 2022

LSU students threaten exams boycott over 80% fees demand

LSU students representative council (SRC) president Mbonisi Siziba said they had tried to engage authorities, to no avail.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 28, 2022

Zim-EU relations open new chapter: ED

Mnangagwa made the remarks in his weekly column in a State-run weekly newspaper yesterday
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 28, 2022

Mnangangwa ‘wants to inject fear’

Critics said the proposed law will further close the democratic space as the country heads to the 2023 elections.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 27, 2022

News in depth: Experiment gone wrong: Zupco urban transport monopoly dead in the water

Former speaker of Parliament Lovemore Moyo told The Standard that the Zupco monopoly project was always destined for failure.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Nov. 27, 2022

NRZ suspends urban commuter trains

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government reintroduced the urban commuter trains popularly known as freedom trains in November 2020.
By Problem Masau Nov. 27, 2022

Editorial Comment: Democracy is under siege

It is worth noting that there has been no successful prosecution in terms of the Logan Act since it was enacted in 1799.
By The Standard Nov. 27, 2022