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ED in fire-fighting mission

Mnangagwa last Tuesday proclaimed August 23 as the date for harmonised elections where he will also be seeking re-election for a second full term.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jun. 4, 2023
Chiwenga’s ex-wife suffers setback
Chiwenga’s ex-wife suffers setback
Mubaiwa, who is represented by human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa, challenged her conviction and sentence.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 4, 2023
Huge drop in Matabeleland South HIV prevalence
Data from the National Aids Council (NAC) shows that Matabeleland South’s HIV prevalence rate is 17%, making it the highest in the country.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 4, 2023
In Conversation With Trevor: Father’s illness inspired medicine student
Right now I just flew in from Cape Town where I am doing my last gap experience before college.
By In Conversation With Trevor Jun. 4, 2023
Growing Ruwa eyes town status
The firm is owned by the well-known Greek family, the Bakaris who have been living in Ruwa for decades.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 4, 2023
Police want to beef numbers for polls
Home Affairs permanent secretary Gerald Gwinji told the committee the ministry wrote to the treasury for financial support for elections.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 4, 2023
Women’s rugby team tries to keep girls from life of sex work
Domboshava, a hub for transporting farm produce, has become a hotspot for sex work.
By Nyasha Chingono Jun. 4, 2023
Man assaults wife over chicken piece
Primrose Magumise (31) told Harare magistrate Nyasha Marufu that she separated with Joseph Vhingiya because of endless fights.
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 4, 2023
CCC activists detained over violence
The five were not asked to plead and were remanded to Monday for bail application.
By Stephen Chadenga Jun. 4, 2023
Covid-19: ‘We are not yet out of the woods’
According to WHO, as of last month, more than 6,86 million people had died after contracting the respiratory virus since its outbreak three years ago.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 4, 2023
Couple fight over phone
Gray Brasho told Harare magistrate Nyasha Marufu that he fought his wife, Plaxedes Magodo, because of her lack of respect.
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 4, 2023
Wife gets protection against violent hubby
Mupunga was accusing Chokosi of assaulting her over financial disputes.
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 4, 2023
Stalker threatens ex-lover with death
 Paxton Mandikonza said he has never known any peace since he separated from Samantha Mazire.
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 4, 2023
Gweru business magnate Smelly Dube honoured
The Gweru businesswoman, who now has an interest in property development and mortgage agency business in the UK, was also awarded for her business acumenship.
By Staff Reporter May. 28, 2023
Lawyer sues Harare magistrate for ‘lying’ in court
The magistrate claimed Moyo had lied to the court and labelled her unprofessional.
By Staff Reporter May. 28, 2023
Price bloodbath jolts govt
Mnangagwa last week accused business of trying to sabotage his government ahead of elections in August through unjustified price increases and rejecting the local currency.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Sharon Sibindi May. 28, 2023
Zanu PF poll disputes turn nasty
Zanu PF has been struggling to mobilise supporters to attend campaign meetings as they continue to protest against the imposition of candidates.
By Everson Mushava and Miriam Mangwaya May. 28, 2023
News in depth: Anger grows over Mnangagwa’s amnesty to rapists amid questions over legality
Rapists who are over 65 years and had served two thirds of their prison terms were released under the amnesty that was meant to reduce overcrowding in Zimbabwe’s 47 prisons.
By Harriet Chikandiwa and Columbus Mavhunga May. 28, 2023
Mystery solved: Mnangagwa’s links to controversial bread venture exposed
Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba tweeted a picture of his boss and Nyusi “munching dry bread”.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 28, 2023
No secret talks with Mnangagwa: Chamisa
He was speaking to senior journalists and editors at a meeting organised by the Media Alliance of Zimbabwe in Harare on Friday.
By Tangai Chipangura May. 28, 2023
Zanu PF divisions over candidates deepen
The elections were run by the shadowy Friends Association of Zimbabwe (FAZ), which has links to the Central Intelligence Organisation.
By Nqobani Ndlovu May. 28, 2023
In conversation with Trevor: We’re losing our country, says Valerio
You know what amazes me when I wake up every day and I look at Zimbabwe, the situation in Zimbabwe, and I am alarmed that people are not doing more.
By In Conversation With Trevor May. 28, 2023
Voters rolls inspection in false start
Zec deputy chairperson Rodney Simukai Kiwa told The Standard that people refused to hire out their vehicles because Zec payments were not lucrative.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 28, 2023
Illegal meat markets mushroom in Harare
“As poverty increased, so did inequality, with the Gini index rising.
By Kennedy Nyavaya May. 28, 2023
Panic grips Zimbabweans in SA as deadline nears
The civil society groups said the looming permit expiration date makes it impossible  to comply with the Department of Home Affairs application process.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 28, 2023
Zanu PF turns Culture Month launch into party event
The  National Culture Month  which is running under the theme Promoting Cultural Diversity Unity and Peace  was held in Chief Siansali’s area.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 28, 2023
Women fight over hubby in court
Chikweza told Harare magistrate Tamara Chibindi that Mupesa was fighting her and visiting her workplace to insulting her.
By Rejoice Phiri May. 28, 2023
Zimparks vows to protect Mana Pools
A little known company Shalom Mining, applied for permission to explore for oil and gas in Mana Pools, which triggered a backlash from local communities and conservation advocates.
By Nhau Mangirazi May. 28, 2023