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Zim joins International Energy Forum

Zimbabwe has a rich lithium reserve which is poised to play a key role in the country’s transition to green energy.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 21, 2024
Chivayo splashes US$14m on cars
Chivayo splashes US$14m on cars
Still in April of the same year, Chivayo opened his wallet and turned heads with a mouth watering present to his church leader Lawrence Lavious Katsiru from a Marondera based apostolic sect.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Feb. 18, 2024
Uebert Angel’s aide in CIO number plates scandal
Madiro is accused of smuggling a white Ford Ranger vehicle double cab in 2020, chassis Number AFAPXXMJ2PHK28914.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 18, 2024
Pregnant girls turn to backyard abortion services
Nevertheless, more than 70 000 illegal abortions are performed in Zimbabwe each year, this publication learnt.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 18, 2024
Troubled Zupco engulfed in massive fuel scandal
Zupco sources who spoke to The Standard said fraud and pilferage had become rampant at the parastatal as workers have gone for seven months without salaries since August last year.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 18, 2024
Mashingaidze speaks on broadcasting journey
AM: My parents. My father particularly, I think.
By In Conversation With Trevor Feb. 18, 2024
ZBC boss in trouble amid salaries war
The workers singled out Chikunguru, human resource director Julius Toringepi, and corporate secretary Patricia Muchengwa for undermining decisions meant to improve their welfare.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 18, 2024
CCC moves to replace Chamisa
National Assembly speaker Jacob Mudenda has since declared Mahere and Markham’s seats vacant
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 18, 2024
War vets leader pushes for reburials
He said when the ZNLWVA leadership visited some of the mass graves in Zambia and Mozambique in 2021 and 2022, they discovered that they were in a state of neglect.
By Zerubabel Mudzingwa Feb. 18, 2024
Top prosecutor put on the spot for ‘lying’
The two have, however, refused to recuse themselves from the case despite the allegations of bias.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 16, 2024
Tshabangu camp in fierce fight over share of spoils
According to a notice by Zec, Tshabangu has been nominated for Matabeleland North, his home province, alongside Teresa Kabondo and Grace Mumpande.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Feb. 11, 2024
Government mass evictions raise dust
Last month, Agriculture minister Anxious Masuka revealed plans to evict all those living illegally on state land that includes areas reserved for agriculture.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 11, 2024
News in depth: Parliament, government negligence leaves victims of sexual exploitation in a lurch
Parents often wake up early enough to ensure their children have everything ready to start a new week — a daily routine.
By Tapiwa Zivira Feb. 11, 2024
Nyarota’s book on Zim journalism launched
Nyarota’s book titled: The Journalist as an Outcast: Perils of investigative reporting in Zimbabwe was launched at a well-attended event in Harare.
By Problem Masau Feb. 11, 2024
Manicaland moves to stem cholera tide
The strategy was launched by the Global Task Force on Cholera Control in 2017.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 11, 2024
Chivayo frets over Zacc probe
In rants on social media, Chivayo said it was painful that Zacc leaked what it called its internal memo, which he felt was meant to frighten and extort him.
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 11, 2024
In Conversation With Trevor: Chinaka speaks on falling journalism standards
To media work in the region. What comes to my mind is also a very unique thing that is happening, particularly in Zimbabwe, which is agism.
By In Conversation With Trevor Feb. 11, 2024
Ndanga’s return to ACCZ faces resistance
ACCZ is a body of 600 indigenous apostolic and Zionist churches in the country with an estimated membership of nine million congregants.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 11, 2024
Gweru in bid to revive Go Beer Breweries
Mayor Martin Chivhoko said the resuscitation of Go beer was a top priority for council as the business entity used to be council's cash cow.
By Stephen Chadenga Feb. 11, 2024
Man kidnapped over wife’s sins
Rodwell Nhata made these allegations before Harare  magistrate Johanna Mukwesha on Friday after his wife Pretty Mviro dragged him to court seeking a protection order.
By Rejoice Phiri Feb. 11, 2024
Man goes after wife’s niece
Tinevimbo Guri told magistrate Mukwesha that she was no longer interested in Oscar Mangava  because he embarrassed her.
By Rejoice Phiri Feb. 11, 2024
Zec hit with over 100 lawsuits
Zec said the court cases derailed its preparation for the general elections, which resulted in delays in the deliverance of ballot papers in Harare and Bulawayo.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 11, 2024
Polygamist demands conjugal rights
Talent Zanova told Harare magistrate Johanna Mukwesha that Comfort Kanota was abusing him by also refusing him access to their home.
By Rejoice Phiri Feb. 11, 2024
Beer drink turns bloody
Douglas Tafirenyika is now facing attempted murder charges.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Feb. 11, 2024
Zim nurses seek better conditions abroad but fear for patients at home
For Zimbabweans who saw people like Mafukidze as heroes, their departures are seen as a great loss.
By Al Jazeera Feb. 11, 2024
Human traffickers exploit Zim’s laws, turn RGM International Airport into transit route
Data from cases that IOM assisted over the last 10 years show that nearly 80% of international human trafficking journeys cross through official border control points, including airports.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 4, 2024
Cholera epidemic hits Harare’s poor hardest
Shallow wells are susceptible to sewage and other groundwater contamination.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 4, 2024
Chamisa leadership style under scrutiny as he prepares to launch another party
Chamisa abandoned the MDC Alliance and formed the CCC in response.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Feb. 4, 2024