Zimbabwe Standard (Harare)

Independent Sunday paper, sister publication of Zimbabwe Independent

Website: http://www.thestandard.co.zw/

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April 19

  • Zimbabwe: Civil Servants to Get Bonus - Mugabe

    President Robert Mugabe yesterday revealed the highest level of confusion within his government when he declared that civil servants will be paid their bonuses, barely a week after... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Boost for Zim, EU Trade Ties

    The European Union (EU) is set to sign an additional 1 million euros Regional Integration Support Programme with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and International Trade Centre... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Eastern Region Zifa Boss Warns Clubs, Fans

    Zifa Eastern Region chairman Piraishe Mabhena has vowed to leave no stone unturned in his quest to deal with cases of poor officiating and hooliganism that have blighted lower... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: AFM Leadership Battle Deepens

    A senior pastor with AFM in Zimbabwe has been accused of tampering with his identity documents to ensure that he remained eligible to run for the church vice-presidency as the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Armageddon in Central Region

    THE delayed Central Region Division One League finally rolls into life today with the campaign billed to be a cracker. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dzamara's Wife Living in Fear

    TWO young children -- apparently looking for comfort -- take turns to sit on the lap of their mother, Sheffra Dzamara who has now spent more than a month looking for her husband... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zesa Spoils Uhuru Cup Final

    There was drama at the National Sports Stadium yesterday when the Independence Cup final was called-off following a power outage with 24 minutes remaining as Dynamos led FC... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Curtain Comes Down On Triple Crown

    AFTER a three-month battle, the curtain will this afternoon come down on the Triple Crown with the running of the third and final leg of the Series -- The Zimbabwe Derby. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Renewal Team Vows to Soldier On

    The 21 MDC Renewal MPs who were recently expelled from Parliament say it is back to the drawing board for them as they ponder their political future outside the august house. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gumbo Invites 'Gamatox' Members to People First

    FORMER Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo has urged Zanu PF officials who are being vilified and harassed in the party over their perceived links to former Vice-President Joice... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fifa Vote - Who Is Zimbabwe Backing?

    It's only 40 days to go before four men -- current president Sepp Blatter, Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan, Michael van Praag of the Netherlands and former Portugal great Luis... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim, SA Open for Deeper Economic Co-Operation

    President Robert Mugabe's visit to South Africa earlier this month (April 7-9) marked the second state visit to the republic in 21 years. His last state visit was in 1994. While a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Are Mighty Warriors Immune to Change?

    It has been nine years since Rosemary Mugadza was appointed the women's senior national soccer team coach having served an illustrious career as captain of the team and also that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Scott Vincent Makes History

    TOP US-based Zimbabwean amateur Scott Vincent made history on Friday after making the cut on his first ever Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour event -- the US$5,9 million... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Peter Chikumba - Fall of a 'Prayer Warrior'

    UNTIL his recent conviction, former Air Zimbabwe chief executive officer Peter Chikumba had lived with corruption allegations for a good part of his aviation career. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe/Senegal: Senegal Pave Way for Young Warriors

    THE Zimbabwe national Under-23 will no longer have to worry about Senegal in their route to the African Under-23 Championship as the West Africans were handed the tournament... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: What Do You Mean '#sofarsogood'?

    If the #1980SoFarSoGood theme that Zanu PF adopted for this year's Independence was meant to make Zimbabweans feel good about themselves, it failed dismally. If anything, it has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: New Parly Reforms Still to Be Implemented

    LEGISLATORS have said a number of reforms meant to democratically transform Parliament were still to be implemented, over a decade after some of them were adopted. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Axe Looms Over Machaya

    Pressure continues to mount on the embattled minister of state for the Midlands Jason Machaya to step down and leave Zanu PF as party stalwarts intensify purges of perceived allies... Read more »



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