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ED sparks fears of extending tenure

Mawarire said it was difficult to think that the current government, which came to power through a coup, would simply pack its bags and leave.
By Blessed Mhlanga and Sharon Buwerimwe May. 13, 2024

A long way out of the woods for Zim journos

Journalism is not a crime as journalists will be merely doing what they are employed to do and also playing their role as the fourth estate.
By Newsday May. 3, 2024

Sabi Gold Mine production up 166%

Speaking during a tour of the mine on Wednesday, Midlands Provincial Affairs minister, Owen Ncube, said the growth of Sabi Gold Mine would boost the economy of the province.
By Stephen Chadenga Mar. 15, 2024
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Mnangagwa backers intensify unpopular third term push

Some council officials told The Standard that they had been requested to submit workplans on projects they intended to implement in support of Mnangagwa’s third term bid dubbed Vision 2030.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 10, 2024

Gweru’s Mtapa market a health time bomb

Zanu PF, however, distanced itself from the unscrupulous people illegally distributing market stalls at Mtapa.
By Stephen Chadenga Jan. 26, 2024

Silobela Dam construction underway

The dam project is funded by government through the Zimbabwe National Water Authority.
By Stephen Chadenga Dec. 2, 2023

Hero Ngwabi Bhebhe ‘s MSU wish honoured

President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared him a national hero and he was buried at the National Heroes Acre yesterday.
By Stephen Chadenga Nov. 26, 2023

Voters should be free to make choices

So, according to Ncube, they should all vote for Mnangagwa and maybe 500 or so should then vote for him so that Mnangagwa’s votes remain on top of his.
By Newsday Jul. 13, 2023

Zanu PF threatens its poll candidates

Ncube said Mnangagwa was the head of the train hence no Zanu PF member should get more votes than him.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 12, 2023