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Gold Mafia: Mnangagwa’s ‘cornered’ allies speak

“That’s not me, Henrietta Rushwaya. I have a broadcasting voice,” she told The Standard.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Mar. 26, 2023
Hwange 7: Why Zesa boss panicked
Hwange 7: Why Zesa boss panicked
Gata exclusively told The Standard how the events leading to last week’s milestone unfolded, including how at some point there were doubts that the exercise would go according to plan.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Mar. 26, 2023
Shady characters scramble for Zanu PF poll tickets
Critics have questioned his political will to fight graft as various actors with records of corruption among other crimes have been pictured with him at State House.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Mar. 26, 2023
Chamisa sets tough conditions for candidates
CCC deputy secretary for elections Ellen Shiriyedenga told The Standard in an interview yesterday that this would enhance efficiency and productivity in the governance system.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 26, 2023
Govt challenged over senior citizens
Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) legislator, IIlos Nyoni, said senior citizens were not enjoying their right to free medical care at public hospitals.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Mar. 26, 2023
In Conversation with Trevor: ‘Girls cannot be what they cannot see’
Nxumalo is also founder and training director of Digital Learning Centre and technical innovation director for The Bulawayo Tech Hub.
By In Conversation With Trevor Mar. 26, 2023
Matobo villagers restore wetlands to counter climate change induced water shortages
To counter the challenge, communities  organised themselves to come up with strict regulations and formed committees at ward level to enforce them.
By Nokuthaba Dlamini Mar. 26, 2023
Econet Wireless bags LinkedIn staff learning award
Speaking after receiving the award, Nhari congratulated his company and its staff for bagging the award.
By Own Correspondent Mar. 25, 2023
Paul Rusesabagina: Hotel Rwanda hero set free
US President Joe Biden called the news of his release a "happy outcome".
By Bbc News Mar. 25, 2023
Mnangagwa’s Zanu PF poll ambush backfires
According to information from Zanu PF camps, Mnangagwa’s strategy for a snap primary election was to catch new aspiring candidates napping and give an advantage to the old guard in the process.
By Everson Mushava Mar. 19, 2023
400% pay rise for soldiers, cops reversed
This publication has gathered that senior members of the CIO are breathing fire following the reversals, which are said to have forced heads of departments to call for urgent talks this week.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 19, 2023
Mnangagwa to address top energy conference
“The conference will highlight gaps and opportunities that African countries can benefit from and propel Africa to a net zero world,” Mafukidze said.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 19, 2023
News in depth: ‘We are drinking mercury’: Illegal gold mining exposes residents to poisoning
Cyanide is poisonous and can cause fatal damage to the brain and heart, according to the United States Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe Mar. 19, 2023
Psmas crisis leaves workers on edge
Chatindivara, who committed suicide early this year, was buried at his rural home in Chiweshe.
By Sindiso Dube Mar. 19, 2023
In conversation with Trevor: I’m a born story teller, says 263Chat founder
I am in my mid-40s now, I am in the second half as I like to say, and it is not about me, it is about the next generation.
By In Conversation With Trevor Mar. 19, 2023
Man found with 23 gold bars at airport fined
Masinire’s arrest came shorlty after Rushwaya was also nabbed at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport while attempting to smuggle gold.
By Timeslive and Staff Reporter Mar. 19, 2023
‘Bribes’ for chiefs slammed
Political commentator Rejoice Ngwenya accused Mnangagwa of abusing traditional leaders by promising them non-existent medical cover.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Mar. 19, 2023
‘I was forced to have sex with a dog’
While some Zimbabweans have been lucky to get visas and jobs in foreign lands, others have been unlucky and fell prey to tricksters involved in human trafficking.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Mar. 19, 2023
MP accuses Zanu PF of fuelling drug scourge
Chimbaira said known drug lords and peddlers in Chitungwiza were linked to the ruling party with some having claimed that they were unstoppable.
By Tatenda Kunaka Mar. 19, 2023
Old Mutual bootcamp to inspire women to take ICT careers
Research shows that a wide gender gap in the digital world is depriving women a chance to venture into information communication technology (ICT) careers. 
By Staff Reporter Mar. 15, 2023
Revealed: Bona Mugabe, Chikore fight over property
Bona last week filed for divorce from Chikore, nine years after the couple were married in a glamorous wedding in Harare.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Mar. 12, 2023
Polls cause mayhem in Zanu PF
Zanu PF candidates are set to participate in the parliamentary seats, local authority and senatorial elections next week.
By Kenneth Nyangani Mar. 12, 2023
Harare to slash clamping fines
The CCC leader is said to have ordered his councillors to review the fines.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Mar. 12, 2023
Millers warn against politicisation of food aid
Beneficiaries are also required to produce party membership cards and to regularly attend political meetings.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 12, 2023
Man axes ex-wife, kills self
The now deceased Brighton Justice (28) of Madombwe village in Chief Makope area of Chiweshe reportedly axed his ex-wife Esteri Zulu over a text message in her phone.
By Simbarashe Sithole Mar. 12, 2023
Man kills self after dispute with wife
Mashonaland Central province police spokesperson Inspector Milton Mundembe confirmed the death of Eziwork Girimani.
By Simbarashe Sithole Mar. 12, 2023
Power, water shortages hit Chipinge chilli farmers
Local communities not only use chilli farming as a natural income-generating solution, but as a tool to deter elephants from raiding their crops.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 12, 2023
Mine dispute sucks in top cop, Zanu PF
The fallout has lifted the lid on a bubbling dispute over a Matabeleland South Mine between 20-year army veteran Stanley Ndlovu and ex-cop Brian Samuriwo.
By Charity Ruzvidzo Mar. 12, 2023