Briefs: Mob kills suspected goat thief

Plumtree magistrate Joshua Nembaware has since issued a warrant of arrest for Ncube.
By Own Correspondent Sep. 17, 2023
NewsInDepth: Masvingo residents bemoan secrecy around controversial land deal with private company
NewsInDepth: Masvingo residents bemoan secrecy around controversial land deal with private company
The minister oversaw the deal with Simbi last year before he was appointed Public Service minister after the August 23 and 24 elections.
By Nkulumani Mlambo Sep. 17, 2023
Mutare’s first female mayor makes bold promise to city
Gwasira last week became the second elected female mayor in the country after Angeline Kasipo, who was elected Kwekwe mayor on an MDC Alliance ticket in 2018.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 17, 2023
Mutoko miner defies court order
 On July 26, the Mutoko magistrates court barred Labenmon Investments from conducting mining activities in Moyosvi, Chibanda, Gumbeze and Kadore villages.
By Chiedza Kowo Sep. 17, 2023
Alarm over police crackdown on CCC MPs
Police spokesperson assistant commissioner Paul Nyathi yesterday said it was not true that CCC officials were being targeted for arrests on flimsy charges.
Briefs: Man kills father, burns corpse
Mashonaland Central police spokesperson Inspector Milton Mundembe said Mind Chinyemba of Plot Number 6 Omeath Farm has since been arrested on murder charges
By Own Correspondent Sep. 17, 2023
Briefs: Man kills friend for impregnating his wife
He was remanded in custody to November 9 and advised to apply for bail at the High Court.
By Own Correspondent Sep. 17, 2023
Mnangagwa’s cabinet gets thumbs down
Mnangagwa recycled a number of ministers and brought some controversial new faces in the cabinet that he appointed last week.
By Sydney Kawadza Sep. 17, 2023
Unmasking Mnangagwa’s ‘cronies’ in cabinet
He is said to have qualifications in actuarial science and business administration, which he obtained from a United States university.
By Sydney Kawadza and Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 17, 2023
Poll observers embarrassed by what they saw: Mandaza
The second question is, yes I do suspect that there has been some discussions between the ANC and Zanu PF over the elections. But I doubt that Trevor, no I mean...
By In Conversation With Trevor Sep. 17, 2023
TTI in fire-fighting mission
Bulawayo mayor, David Coltart, said they had not summoned TTI when contacted for comment. 
By Staff Reporter Sep. 15, 2023
Polls dispute: Pressure mounts on Mnangagwa
Mnangagwa’s government was particularly stung by findings of the Sadc Election Observer Mission (Seom) led by former Zambian vice-president Nevers Mumba.
CCC vows to frustrate Zanu PF in Parliament
CCC spokesperson Promise Mkhwananzi told The Standard that the opposition party’s legislators would thwart any Zanu PF mischief’ in the 10th Parliament.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 10, 2023
Ignorance, poor sanitation fuel Beitbridge’s recurring cholera outbreaks
A recent visit to Ndou’s place showed that little or nothing is being done by authorities to address sanitation and hygiene in this sprouting settlement of 54 000 people.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 10, 2023
Mnangwagwa was ‘jittery’ over Harare vote
 According to sources, Mnangagwa constantly checked with his top aides if counting of Harare votes had been concluded as counting of votes was going on.
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 10, 2023
For Mutoko villagers, lithium boom might prove a bust
In what has become known as the lithium rush, local residents like Dangaranga started mining their land, using picks and shovels to extract the metal.
By Linda Mujuru Sep. 10, 2023
Political violence victims recount horror attacks
CCC official Vongai Tome said some of the victims, 110 of them in total including children, have been moved to safe houses in Harare.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 10, 2023
In Conversation With Trevor: ‘Background does influence success’
Because I mean there is the internet, you can learn from the internet from those who are in South Africa, and it is easy to engage and to scale.
By In Conversation With Trevor Sep. 10, 2023
Violence drives women away from elections
 United Zimbabwe Alliance leader Elisabeth Valerio was the only female presidential aspirant compared to four in 2018.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 10, 2023
Man threatens to shoot wife
This was revealed at the Harare civil court where Lorraine Tembedza from Dzivaresekwa pleaded with magistrate Sharon Mashavira to order Stanford Jasi to stop pointing a gun at her.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 10, 2023
Controversial Marondera land deal raises eyebrows
Residents accused council management and councillors of not being transparent about the whole deal with reports that the resolution was passed after some individuals ‘had their hands greased’.
By Jairos Saunyama Sep. 10, 2023
Armed robbers strike at Bindura mine
The incident, which occurred at AX mine located at Simona Farm was confirmed by provincial deputy police spokesperson sergeant major Samuel Chikasha.
By Own Correspondent Sep. 10, 2023
Tributes pour in for Joshua Malinga
The former Bulawayo executive mayor died at his Richmond home surrounded by family members, his son Mpehlabayo said.
By Staff Reporter Sep. 10, 2023
70 year-old proposes to stepdaughter
Ruramai Mushayi told Harare magistrate Sharon Mashavira on Friday that she was now seeking a protection order against Douglas Chamboko.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 10, 2023
Ex-Chitungwiza mayor set free
Maiko was targeted following his re-election in last year's  by-elections after he was recalled by the Douglas Mwonzora- led MDC-Alliance for pledging alligiance to the Nelson Chamisa
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 10, 2023
Woman in court for stalking
Brenda Nyamusoko told magistrate Sharon Mashavira  last week that Fungai Makwavarara was also in the habit of verbally assaulting her..
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 10, 2023
Mafume set to retain Mayoral post
Fifty-nine Harare City Councillors were sworn in on Thursday.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 7, 2023
'Bernard Mizeki shrine to be declared heritage site’
Bernard Mizeki is owned by the Anglican Church.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 4, 2023