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CIVICUS report exposes a civil cociety under attack

The 2022 Nobel Peace Prize award to activists and organisations in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine for working to uphold human rights in the thick of conflict underpins this role.
By Joyce Chimbi 1h ago
Letter to my people: The mafia surrounding the president
Letter to my people: The mafia surrounding the president
 The clashes between Dexter and Farai were not the only incidents of violence in the lead up to the primaries.
By Doctor Stop It Mar. 26, 2023
Letter from America: South Africa: Can Malema rise to the occasion?
The main issue is whether the leader of the EFF, Julius Malema, can rise to the occasion, to provide leadership untainted with globalist associations.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 26, 2023
Mental Health: Mental health at work, a case for investment
The environment where we work is a critical part of our mental wellbeing.
By Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Mar. 26, 2023
Corruption watch: The gold mafia of Kwekwe
That’s not the first time that such a scare has happened at the same school.
By Tawanda Majoni Mar. 26, 2023
Perspectives: Can govt solve teachers’ demand for more pay?
 Civil servants comprise more than 60% of the formal economy employees. 
By Fay Chung Mar. 26, 2023
Letters: Zim not learning from neoliberal historical failures
Globalisation on its own is unsympathetically affecting the economy of Zimbabwe through brain drain.
By Amh Voices Mar. 26, 2023
Business opinion: Advanced entrepreneurial branding mix
This should have a space in your business plan so as to keep on remind and refer to in the growth processes.
By Farai Chigora Mar. 26, 2023
Re-imagining the workplace: Happiness, productivity and the power of how
In that state of panting, we would feel safe and if that stronger boy had given chase, once inside the home fence, we would feel strong and tell off the stronger boy.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Mar. 26, 2023
Ukraine’s weapons supplied by the West are being sent to Africa
Extremists are killing in Mali, Boko Haram is terrifying people in Nigeria, rebels in Chad are fighting against government forces..
By Own Correspondent Mar. 20, 2023
Buckingham Palace spending rises as living standards fall
  The most expensive official royal tour last year was Prince William and his wife Kate's trip to the Caribbean in March, which cost around £226,000.
By Own Correspondent Mar. 20, 2023
Editorial Comment: Voter registration blitz extension welcome
The voter registration exercise came against the background of concerns being raised around the delimitation exercise with questions already abound about the credibility of the polls.
By The Standard Mar. 19, 2023
Letter to my people: They’re not ashamed to reward mediocrity
Foreign Affairs minister Frederick for his re-engagement efforts.
By Doctor Stop It Mar. 19, 2023
Village Rhapsody: African countries must scrap passports, abolish border restrictions
Africa can do better. No African should be treated like a foreigner in any African country.
By Evans Mathanda Mar. 19, 2023
Letter from America: SA competes with Zim on doing ‘stupidest’ things!
At the time of their independence (1994) South Africa boasted of the best airline in Africa, a competitor to the emerging Ethiopian Airlines, with 135 planes in its name.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 19, 2023
Protecting children from all forms of violence
This law permits parents and guardians to administer “moderate” corporal punishment to their minor children.
By Nqobani Nyathi Mar. 19, 2023
Re-imagining the workplace: The three stages of happiness
Growing up in the village, we moulded wuth clay all sorts of goods, animals and properties as part of our playing houses.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Mar. 19, 2023
Mental Health: The role of family relationships in mental health
Mental health is a critical component of individual, family, community and national wellbeing and prosperity.
By Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Mar. 19, 2023
Fairness in entrepreneurial corporate governance
This seems to be a proven viewpoint in the way we are seen to be doing business as SMEs.
By Farai Chigora Mar. 19, 2023
Perspectives: Enhancing digital inclusion for women with disabilities
Women with disabilities have been denied the opportunity to participate on an equal basis as others.
By Deborah Tigere Mar. 19, 2023
Letters: Unpacking organised violence in elections in Zimbabwe
The ruling party uses state media to gain political mileage on national projects every day.
By Amh Voices Mar. 19, 2023
Editorial Comment: Time to rescue local football
The damage being inflicted on the game by selfish individuals will take years to undo.
By The Standard Mar. 12, 2023
Letter from America: Zimbabweans are more than dunderheads! They are ridiculous!
Brother Tendai Mbofana brought this to my attention. They all forget one thing which colonialists leaned very well.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 12, 2023
Letters: Open letter to President Mnangagwa
It is of great concern Mr. President, that in the midst of vast natural resources which anchor our mining and agricultural sectors
By Crisis In Zimbabwe Coalition Mar. 12, 2023
Empowering the next generation: Mental health of children, adolescents
Mental health is a critical component of individual, family, community and national wellbeing and prosperity.
By Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Mar. 12, 2023
Corruption Watch: Lithium is Zimbabwe’s new curse
Government has already made it a strategic mineral considering its high-end socio-economic and national defense value.
By Tawanda Majoni Mar. 12, 2023
Village Rhapsody: Winky D persecution a stain on Zimbabwe’s image
His music kept many, particularly his legion of fans, entertained and shielded  from Zimbabweans' economic problems .
By Evans Mathanda Mar. 12, 2023
Exploring Zimbabwe’s digital economy
Simply put, the digital economy encompasses economic activities that are partially or wholly facilitated by digital technologies.
By Zvikomborero Muzenda Mar. 12, 2023