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Letter to my people: They keep scoring own goals

We are told it costs US$30 000 of taxpayers’ money per hour to fly in that plane.
By Doctor Stop It Oct. 2, 2022
How Africa is building a different energy path
How Africa is building a different energy path
Adnan Amin, the director-general of IRENA, says a lot of countries in Africa are increasingly embracing renewables as an enabler to leapfrog to sustainable energy future.
By  raphael Obonyo Oct. 2, 2022
Corruption watch: Chamisa is just not serious
That’s why some of us popped off the chair when, in Chinhoyi, Chamisa said reforms didn’t matter.
By Tawanda Majoni Oct. 2, 2022
Open letter to RBZ governor . . .unpacking the gold coins from the land of Ophir
In the video, the image of Nyakasikana comes to life and starts singing a lamentation, or is it a dirge?
By Bart Mukucha Oct. 2, 2022
Business opinion: Intellectual branding in the age of artificial intelligence
Remember it is communication that pivots the evolution of humanity.
By Farai Chigora and Tabani Moyo Oct. 2, 2022
Re-imagining the workplace: The engineer’s step by step process of working again
The good news is that it is possible for anyone to get back on their feet. It is important for this article to emphasise that for the good of the workplace.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Oct. 2, 2022
Child marriage comes with a heavy cost
Ingrained traditions and cultural practices typically entrench such early marriages.
By Sathiya Susuman Appunni Oct. 2, 2022
Letter from America: US FBI and DOJ accused of being captured
This is of great interest to Zimbabweans as they face a similar situation.
By Kenneth Mufuka Oct. 2, 2022
Legal matters: Why it is important to register estates
At the death of a person, the estate is sort of frozen and cannot be dealt with without the necessary permission from the master of the High Court. 
By Alex Majachani Oct. 2, 2022
The role of PR & communications in 2022
Brands understand that their audiences are looking behind the scenes and rightly demanding an inclusive and diverse team environment. It’s time to act.
By Patricia Murambinda Oct. 2, 2022
Editorial Comment: Moyo not protecting residents’ interests
The court case itself debunks Moyo’s claims that he is protecting Harare’s residents’ interests because it is clear that the project is not wanted.
By The Standard Oct. 2, 2022
We will stop minerals plunder – Chamuka
He said this in an interview from his South Africa base on Tuesday.
By The Standard Sep. 30, 2022
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
Wills as tools for executing your wishes in death
What is important is always that the maker of the Will — the testator — sufficiently appreciated the act.
By Alex Majachani 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
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
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
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
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
Promoting accountable investments in Zimbabwe
We have enjoyed this continuing partnership with the IDT.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
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
Pulling resources together to finance a venture
Some example of crowdfunding online platforms are GoFundMe and Kickstarter.
By Francis Chitambira 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
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