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Editorial Comment: Chiri audits must trigger action

Chiri has been consistent in exposing the rot in government departments, but nothing is ever done to address the issues that she always raises.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
Letter to my people: Real dictators raising their hands
Letter to my people: Real dictators raising their hands
Baba was called a dictator, but to be fair, he allowed NGOs to exist.
By Doctor Stop It Sep. 25, 2022
Promoting accountable investments in Zimbabwe
We have enjoyed this continuing partnership with the IDT.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
New perspectives: Why Zanu, Zanu PF were successful in the 1970s, 80s and 90s
The Soviets believed success would be based on strong and effective modern military training. 
By Fay Chung Sep. 25, 2022
Keeping our cool without warming the planet
The problem isn’t just concentrated in known hot spots like Phoenix, Houston, and Atlanta.
By Noah Horowitz Sep. 25, 2022
Re-imagining the workplace: The engineer’s need for a rock bottom
Comfort zones are illusions people like the engineer carry for ‘comfort.’
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 25, 2022
Letter from America: Who is afraid of former president Donald Trump?
Their worst nightmare was that Donald Trump would run again for the presidency in 2024.
By Kenneth Mufuka Sep. 25, 2022
Village Rhapsody: Zanu PF must revisit its ruinous stance on NGOs
Mutsvangwa, who is also Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association chairperson, last week said: “to hell with those NGOs, they have nothing to offer”.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 25, 2022
Business opinion: Social media branding for tourism
As we further look at other brand equity variables for tourism enterprising driven by social media.
By Farai Chigora Sep. 24, 2022
Corruption watch: Mbudzi interchange fast turning into a nightmare
The interchange project is planned to be completed within one and a half years.
By Tawanda Majoni Sep. 24, 2022
Whose responsibility is preservation of cultural heritage?
Yours Truly was recently privileged to come across a research document that exclusively dwelt on administration of archeological heritage sites in Hwange.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 22, 2022
Letter to my people: US$9k laptops a tip of the iceberg
It has emerged that there’s a company that is charging Parliament up to US$9 000 for a laptop. 
By Doctor Stop It Sep. 18, 2022
Corruption watch: Has Zanu PF already bribed Makandiwa?
So, Bimha needs buckets of anointing oil and what not. But, eish, I digress again.
By Tawanda Majoni Sep. 18, 2022
Business opinion: Brand mix for tourism entrepreneurs
Our role as SMEs is to develop a tourism brand that talks a place and its attractiveness.
By Farai Chigora Sep. 18, 2022
Divine Insight: The corruption of influence
Gideon made an Ephod and put it in his city and this Ephod became a snare to the children of Israel.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Sep. 18, 2022
Re-imagining the workplace: There is hope for the Engineer
The Engineer, and every other child are born curious and unafraid of anything except two natural fears
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 18, 2022
Village Rhapsody: Electoral court challenges sign of mistrust in the process
A political system that allows the opposition to contest fairly, win elections and take over power peacefully is essential for any democracy.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 18, 2022
Lessons for Zimbabwe from Kenyan elections
The second is that Zimbabwe has a good constitution and adequate laws, but the problem is strict compliance with these.
By Sapes Trust and RAU Sep. 18, 2022
Letter from America: Queen Elizabeth’s death reveals complexities of imperial legacy
But I wish to take Ali Mazrui’s perspective. The late great Kenyan political scientist was my external examiner and mentor in my second life.
By Kenneth Mufuka Sep. 18, 2022
Winky D continues with regional dominance
The awards ceremony will be held from November 3 to 6 at a three day fiesta of music, glitz, and glamour, according to the organisers.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Sep. 18, 2022
1989 hit song evokes Gukurahundi debate
In Shona, Gukurahundi means the first rains that cleanse all the dirt; and in this context it is used to refer to ethnic cleansing. 
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 18, 2022
Charlotte goes global with first pageant
The young queen from Masvingo, had her first runway walk at the Makanaka Fashion Show, which became her confidence boost.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Sep. 18, 2022
When love of money goes beyond bounds of sanctity
I was bold enough to ask Baba VaTata.
By Onie Ndoro Sep. 18, 2022
Public relations :How to deal with crisis of measurement in PR
Public relations (PR) is a profession that is based on the principles of communication and persuasion
By Lenox Mhlanga Sep. 18, 2022
How ‘hustler narrative’ landed Ruto Kenya’s top job
Ruto overturns the “golden handshake” to his advantage.
By Fungayi Sox Sep. 18, 2022
In the groove: Who are Zimbabwe's top musicians?
Many of those who ask me this question assume that I listen to all music released in Zimbabwe. The truth is I don’t.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 18, 2022
New perspectives: Relevance of pensions dashboard architecture
Pension dashboards also help to locate missing pots, thus reducing the problem of unclaimed benefits the pensions industry is currently grappling with.
By Ronald Zvendiya Sep. 17, 2022
How to effectively use a family trust or will
In my artilce last week, I dealt with “Use of Family trusts for asset protection in Zimbabwe” I discussed the following;
By Alex Majachani Sep. 17, 2022