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ED, Chiwenga ‘bribe’ backfires

Disgruntled IDC employees triggered the investigation by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) after they presented a dossier of alleged corrupt activities.
By Miriam Mangwaya 6h ago
Terror in Murewa as polls beckon
Terror in Murewa as polls beckon
For being a member of the opposition CCC, Shumba has found himself being a victim of violence a number of times.
By Tapiwa Zivira and Edgar Gweshe 7h ago
Chambers: Book lover driven by love for libraries
There are amazing writers in Zimbabwe, there are lots and lots of people who love reading, and I think there is a very special recognition between writers and readers.
Zimbabwe’s gems sold for a song
Smuggling, corruption, despair among displaced groups, and sporadic human rights violations are all still being reported.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 7h ago
Fight over tycoon’s empire intensifies
Aron Vico’s private prosecution was meant to start on January 31, but was moved to February 7 after he was ordered to submit his defence papers. 
By Staff Reporter 7h ago
Lithium rush: A case of Mberengwa's natural resource curse
Lithium is a rare mineral  that is currently being mined in only eight countries, with 85% of the global supply coming from Australia, Chile and China.
By Sydney Kawadza 7h ago
Redwing mine owners say closure temporary
A number of illegal miners are reported to have died in recent months while searching for the precious mineral at the mine.
By Staff Reporter 7h ago
Mnangagwa allies turn heat on Zec
Polad’s governance and legislative agenda chairperson Lovemore Madhuku said there must be evidence that the delimitation outcome was a collective effort from Zec commissioners.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jan. 29, 2023
NGOs under siege as ED tightens noose
The PVO Amendment Bill was passed by the National Assembly last year despite heavy criticism by opposition legislators and it is now before the Senate.
By Privilege Gumbodete Jan. 29, 2023
Punitive laws drive sexual minorities away from HIV services
AHF is a global non-profit organisation providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy to over 1 700 000 people in 45 countries, including Zimbabwe. 
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023
36 armed poachers caught in Zimbabwe’s parks in 2022
Zimbabwe records a high number of poaching cases every year with animals such as elephants and rhinos targeted for their horns, which are in demand in Asian countries.
By Nokuthaba Dlamini Jan. 29, 2023
ConCourt to hear land developer’s appeal over fraud prosecution
Katsimberis argues that the cases are based on the same facts and having them running concurrently is a violation of his constitutional rights.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023
News in depth: Trapped: Zim’s sports stars caught in drugs, substance abuse scourge
As the country resumed football activities after the Covid-19 lockdown last year, the nomadic coach who is now based in Botswana, made a bold, shocking and also revealing claim.
By Henry Mhara Jan. 29, 2023
July Moyo’s empire crumbles
Moyo is also the Zanu PF national secretary for transport and welfare after being elevated from his previous post of deputy national secretary for administration.
By Sydney Kawadza Jan. 29, 2023
Ex-Zanu PF councillor convicted of fraud
In his ruling last Thursday, Chitungwiza magistrate Winfilda Tiyatara ruled that Charamba Mlambo (39) shall serve 36 months in prison and 12 months were suspended on condition of good behaviour.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023
‘King Mswati needs to humble himself’
We understand and share values, we share just about everything and one of the most important things I suppose is that we all are answerable to the King.
By In Conversation With Trevor Jan. 29, 2023
Government assures journos on safety
“Zimbabwe under the Second Republic has made the safety of journalists an issue of high priority,” Paradza said.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023
Zanu PF members run amok, attack sheriff
According to the sheriff's report on the issue, he found the Zanu PF members at a cell meeting in Unit L, Chitungwiza.
By Desmond Chingarande Jan. 28, 2023
Muvevi has attempted rape case, loses two luxury cars
A background check on Muvevi by this publication that involved interviews with his family members revealed that he has a pending court case of attempted rape.
By Everson Mushava Jan. 28, 2023
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
Polls: Chamisa’s CCC, police cross swords
Police officers that attended the training said they were told to vote for Zanu PF in the forthcoming polls and make it difficult for CCC to campaign by restricting their events.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 22, 2023
Mwonzora, Mudzuri fight turns dirty
Mudzuri owns Duriro Bar in Harare. He told The Standard in an interview yesterday that he could not be chased away from a party he “founded”.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa 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
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
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
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
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