Police arrested over 100 people, including wives of the mine workers after they protested at the mine while demanding their outstanding salaries on November 8.

Mark Zuckerberg approved project pushing pro-Facebook stories into users’ news feeds, report

[ad_1] Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally approved an internal effort to push positive stories about the besieged company via users’ News Feeds, The New York Times reported on Tuesday. In January, executives proposed an initiative, code-named “Project Amplify,” to tweak users’ feeds and run ads to show more pro-Facebook news stories and highlight more posts written by […]

By The Standard Sep. 27, 2021

American Football’s early origins linked with two other modern greats

American Football’s early origins linked with two other modern greats

Football has become a game known all over the world and, with the exception of soccer is arguably the most popular sport on earth. The game is clearly derived from a number of other sports that appear to boast similar rules, stylings and team ethics as seen in the American version of the game but exactly […]

By The Standard Feb. 5, 2020

Italian cuisine moves to foster sustainability, healthy lifestyle

Besides being almost a sacred tradition, Italian cuisine is essentially self-sustaining and famous for its taste and healthy traits on many levels
By Zivisai Chagaka Nov. 25, 2022

IDC makes inroads in US$2mln fertiliser plant

THE Industrial Development Corporation of Zimbabwe (IDC) says a process to install its US$2,2 million fertiliser granulation plant at Zimphos has begun.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 25, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Protect women and girls beyond 16 Days of Activism

Violence against women and girls remains the most pervasive human rights violation around the world.
By Evans Mathanda 11h ago