Govt determined to modernise border posts

The upgrading of the border post started in 2017 when he assumed office.
By Freeman Makopa Mar. 6, 2023

A cat, mouse game that never works

THE government of Zimbabwe, through relevant bodies, has gone back and forth since 2020 on policies pertaining to the stock market
By Tinashe Duma Mar. 3, 2023

Online visibility will make it easy to market Zim’s produce

Zimbabwean-produced mangetout, green beans, chillies, lettuce and fish are common in European supermarkets.
By Jacob Mutisi Jan. 20, 2023

Zim deserves better healthcare system in 2023

The year 2022 saw the Government of Zimbabwe opening many healthcare facilities that have potential to serve as many people as possible.
By Johannes Marisa Dec. 18, 2022

The economic impact of Zidera

This, according to the Act, would be rescinded if and when there is United States Presidential certification that certain conditions are satisfied. These conditions include:
By Vince Musewe Nov. 4, 2022

US, UK dismiss anti-sanctions marches

UK government told NewsDay that the sanctions are only targeted at five Zimbabwean officials and one entity for human rights violations and serious corruption.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Oct. 27, 2022

China-Stanbic job fair gets overwhelming response from job seekers

China-Stanbic job fair gets overwhelming response from job seekers
By Stanbic Oct. 19, 2022

Cartoon: October 11, 2022 edition.

Cartoon: October 11, 2022 edition.
By The Watcher Oct. 11, 2022

Zimbabwe has much to learn from Rwanda’s progress

The notion of democracy and good governance has been debated for decades in Africa, particularly when comparing the African governance systems to that of the West.

By The Standard Aug. 29, 2021