Delimitation exercise ends

A Zanu PF activist Tonderai Chidawa is trying to challenge the Zec report in court saying it violated the constitution.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 22, 2023
In Conversation with Trevor: Nguwi: HR must be rooted in science
In Conversation with Trevor: Nguwi: HR must be rooted in science
Locally, I think most of the professional firms they have got the infrastructure to work from home, when compared to other jobs.
By In Conversation With Trevor Jan. 22, 2023
Villagers bemoan politicisation of aid
In Zaka central constituency’s ward 8, the villagers said Zanu PF internal fights were affecting the distribution of presidential inputs in their area.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 22, 2023
Hwedza killings: Slain sect leader ‘foretold’ own death
The Hwedza apostolic church leader who was allegedly killed by former police detective Jaison Muvevi met his death while conducting rituals at his shrine.
By Jairos Saunyama Jan. 22, 2023
School health club wheel for change in Epworth
The health club, which was established in 2019 has seen its members carrying forward the lessons and health practices to their households which are prone to cholera and typhoid. 
By Sindiso Dube Jan. 22, 2023
Chitungwiza plots blitz to raise cash
Speaking at a recently held full council meeting acting, finance chairperson Tumayi Magadzire revealed that council was losing revenue through commercial activities taking place in residential areas.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Jan. 22, 2023
Alarm as political violence cases spike ahead of 2023 polls
In the past few weeks, the country has seen CCC members being brutally attacked by alleged Zanu PF activists with police not offering them protection.
By Lorraine Muromo and Priveledge Gumbodete Jan. 22, 2023
Push to have top prosecutor in dock
Lawyers representing Harare property developer George Katsimberis are pushing for acting deputy prosecutor general Michael Reza to be put to his defence.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 22, 2023
News in depth: Failed by the health system, Zim women are turning to courts
The baby lay in a pool of blood, crying, and Siyampongo stood there helpless, not knowing what else to do except call for help.
By Linda Mujuru Jan. 22, 2023
Media urged to engage communities
“Communities have remained peripheral and therefore vulnerable to elite manipulation because not enough is being done to involve them in setting the news agenda.”
By Sofia Mapuranga Jan. 22, 2023
Mnangagwa under fire over poll reforms
The claims were made at a meeting hosted by the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) last week to discuss the delimitation process and the environment ahead of the polls.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jan. 22, 2023
Zec fuels Zanu PF factional wars
The delimitation report tabled in Parliament on Friday has been criticised by some shadowy groupings linked to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and parliamentarians.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Evans Mathanda Jan. 15, 2023
Zanu PF’s police training raises eyebrows
Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed that the cops were undergoing the training but professed ignorance of Zanu PFs involvement.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 15, 2023
Police crackdown on CCC, leaders arrested
Anti-riot officers besieged Machinguta’s house, stopped a private internal party meeting and barricaded the road leading to his residence.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 15, 2023
Outrage as Zanu PF takes poll campaign to schools
Zanu PF political commissar Mike Bimha said the party was gearing up for a robust voter mobilisation programme ahead of this year's election.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 15, 2023
Ex-deputy minister’s theft case in new twist
Karoro is accused of stealing 700 bags of fertiliser from the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) Mushumbi Pools depot under the Presidential Inputs Scheme.
By Garikai Tunhira Jan. 15, 2023
News in depth: Health delivery system decay, religious beliefs fuel child deaths in Masvingo
“When I arrived, the nurses were on strike. I got in the labor ward ready to deliver but nobody was there to help me,” she said.
By Martha Leboho Jan. 15, 2023
Councillor’s daughter dies from snakebite
The incident was confirmed by Rushinga legislator Tendai Nyabani.
By Simbarashe Sithole Jan. 15, 2023
Nurse recruitment bottlenecks handicap women
Statistics show that the female-to-male nurse ratio is almost 80% to 20%.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Jan. 15, 2023
Potraz accelerates govt services digitilisation
Potraz director-general Gift Machengete said this while handing over 160 computers to the Public Service and Social Welfare ministry on Friday in Masvingo.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 15, 2023
Zimpost defrauded of $13m
This was revealed at the Harare magistrates court on Thursday when Givemore Dzuta appeared before magistrate Evelyn Mashavakure facing theft charges.
By Nqobizwe Thebe Jan. 15, 2023
Man murders ex-wife for rejecting him
Lubitsi Mubita (31) of Mutamba village under Chief Nhema in Shurugwi, was found lying in a pool of blood with stab wounds in her bedroom.
By Obert Siamilandu Jan. 15, 2023
Copper cable thieves jailed 10 years
The accused persons had no legal representation.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 15, 2023
Election report raises dust
A Zimbabwean Tonderai Chidawa, through his lawyers Lovemore Madhuku Lawyers and Legal Practitioners, yesterday challenged the authenticity of the document.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko and Kenneth Nyangani Jan. 8, 2023
Chamisa vows to upstage ED
Chamisa told The Standard in an interview that his time has finally come
By Miriam Mangwaya and Lorraine Muromo Jan. 8, 2023
Fresh bid to stop Mnangagwa
Musengezi claims he is still a Zanu PF youth and is working with other party members to stop Mnangagwa’s second bid for office accusing him of being corrupt.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 8, 2023
Nurse aides call for recognition
NAAZT is calling for the establishment of a council that will be the principal regulatory body representing nurse aides in Zimbabwe.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 8, 2023
News in Depth: Zimbabwe urban dwellers bear the brunt of political fights
Uncollected garbage in residential areas and the central business district (CBD) in cities and towns remain the order of the day with local authorities citing lack of funds to deliver the service. 
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 8, 2023