Village Rhapsody: Why govt officials must be civil in online communication

Some reckless statements by government officials on social media do not serve the best interest of Zimbabwe.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 24, 2023

Re-imaging the workplace: Chamisa, Malema: A case of flat and round characters

Nelson has been religious and so just belived that he was a God send to deliver the people of Zimbabwe without needing to shift anything about himself.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 24, 2023

EditorialComment: Coltart hit the right note

The outcome of the elections means that the status quo will prevail as Zanu PF has not shown any appetite to change its ways.
By The Standard Sep. 17, 2023

Re-imaging the workplace: Dear Chamisa: It’s not about strong men, but strong institutions

On the one hand Chamisa is crying foul to the whole world about elections
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 17, 2023

Coltart, Byo council’s very long to do list

Several councillors have been elected to lead the development agenda and the scorecard has returned with the marks recording total failure after each of the city fathers.
By Emmanuel Mpofu and Margaret Lubinda Sep. 17, 2023

New mayor lays out vision for scandal-ridden Harare

The tightly-contested  polls were slammed by the international community.
By Vincent Mungofa and Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Sep. 15, 2023

Zimbos demand extraordinary Sadc summit

Instead, CCC leader Nelson Chamisa has embarked on a regional diplomatic offensive to pile pressure for fresh elections supervised by Sadc and the African Union.

A Shameful shambles: An account of Zimbabwe’s elections of August 2023

Although Zimbabwean politics were difficult from shortly after independence, its habit of regular elections provoked no great international criticism until the turn of the century.
By Stephen Chan Sep. 14, 2023

ED wanted to postpone 2023 polls: Mandaza

Mandaza also said Chamisa did not accept the deal because he believed he would win the election.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 12, 2023