Scores arrested for booing Auxillia

Auxillia has been crisscrossing the country with some ministers, government and Zanu PF officials on tow, on supposedly philanthropic duties and cookout events.
By Kumbirai Mafunda and Everson Mushava Apr. 14, 2024
Maternal deaths still ‘unacceptably high’
Maternal deaths still ‘unacceptably high’
In her 2023 annual report, UNFPA country representative Miranda Tabifor commended the government for its efforts in addressing maternal health issues.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 14, 2024
Exposed: Council boss blows thousands on bling
He was appointed acting town secretary in October 2021, subsequently being elevated to town secretary last year.
By Julia Ndlela Apr. 14, 2024
Villagers fight ‘violent’ Zanu PF MP in court
According to court papers, sometime in 2023 Zhou obtained a prospecting licence under the name Kubatana Mining Syndicate.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 14, 2024
I have learnt from failure, says Siso
Siso (GS) made the revelation on the platform In Conversation with Trevor, which is hosted by Alpha Media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube (TN).
By In Conversation With Trevor Apr. 14, 2024
Mnangagwa insists Zim has enough food
Mnangagwa early this month declared the drought  a national disaster and revealed that the country needed about US$2 billion to avert starvation.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Kenneth Nyangani Apr. 14, 2024
News in depth: Horrific cost of abductions laid bare as one victim now battles mysterious illness
There were several cases of attempted abductions of opposition members before and after the disputed August 2023 elections.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 13, 2024
New currency chaos grips Zimbabwe
The Zimbabwe dollar’s free-fall quickened in the past few weeks and this  forced some businesses to stop accepting it in favour of the United States dollars.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Apr. 7, 2024
Government splashes on luxury cars for MPs
Members of Parliament and senators were last week directed to different car dealers in Harare to choose their preferred vehicles.
By Kenneth Nyangani Apr. 7, 2024
War vets bay for minister’s blood
Ruling party sources said Moyo and his counterparts Kazembe Kazembe and Mangaliso Ndlovu are also in a dilemma as they risk losing some of their influential posts.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Apr. 7, 2024
Council accused of neglecting workers
Harare mayor Jacob Mafume said the harsh economic climate was driving workers in the local authority and other sectors into poverty.
By Kenneth Nyangani Apr. 7, 2024
RBZ boss appointment challenged
The duo said Mushayavanhu was conflicted as a shareholder of FBC Holdings and not eligible to occupy the post of governor.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 7, 2024
ZiG is putting lipstick on a pig, says Biti
Biti said Zimbabweans had no confidence in the new currency, which was its major setback.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 7, 2024
Potraz mulls US$ indexed tariffs
Machengete said US dollar indexed tariffs will address a confluence of issues plaguing the industry, including consumer concerns over expensive tariffs.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 7, 2024
Woman hides drugs in bra
Allegations are that on April 4 detectives from CID Drugs and Narcotics Harare received information that Rabvu was in possession of dangerous drugs.
By Rejoice Phiri Apr. 7, 2024
Econet platforms switch to new currency
Econet also addressed the issue of customers that had bought airtime or data before the changeover.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 7, 2024
Bogus Zimra officer in court
Thomas Mangeren (40) appeared before Harare magistrate Apollonia Marutya facing fraud charges.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Apr. 7, 2024
Cop up for extortion
Katena reported a case of extortion to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission resulting in the arrest of the police officer.
By Rejoice Phiri Apr. 7, 2024
Hubby bashes wife over cooking oil
Hours later, Kuwatengera  accused his wife of misusing cooking oil. A misunderstanding arose and Kuwatengera locked the door before slapping his wife and beating her up
By Simbarashe Sithole Apr. 7, 2024
AMH journalists scoop awards
Ipec board chairperson Albert Nduna urged the media to promote financial literacy to raise the public’s awareness of insurance and pensions.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 7, 2024
News In Depth: 'Old wine in new bottle'; Zimbabwe’s new currency greeted with pessimism
But economic experts told The Standard that the currency named Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG) will fail because of a number of reasons.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 7, 2024
Climate Change: Solar borehole scheme to boost food security
Prevail group boss, Paul Tempter Tungwarara, who is also a Presidential Investment Advisor, said the project cost runs into millions of United States dollars.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 2, 2024
Zim’s elections now a source of fear
TN: It is a pleasure having you here. Tell me, am I right in assuming that now that the elections are over ZimRights can relax?
By In Conversation With Trevor Mar. 31, 2024
News in depth: Fresh Mnangagwa power retention scheme through constitutional amendments raises dust
The government recently signalled that it will propose constitutional amendments that will significantly alter Zimbabwe’s electoral processes.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Priviledge Gumbodete Mar. 31, 2024
Briefs: Gwanda villagers set free
In court, prosecutors alleged that the villagers unlawfully held, used or occupied land at Hollins Block Estate in Gwanda, which is gazetted land without lawful authority.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 31, 2024
Briefs: Mayhem as man breaks into neighbour’s bedroom
He pleaded guilty and was remanded in custody to April 3 for sentencing.
By Simbarashe Sithole Mar. 31, 2024
Maize, mealie meal prices skyrocket
There are no indications when the Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare ministry will undertake food aid relief programmes as the budget has not been announced.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 31, 2024
US$15k bribe demand haunts top officials
Makuvire and Matema said they called the secretary Ndurunduru on January 30 requesting to know why he was holding on to their certificate.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 31, 2024