War vets make fresh demands

In past elections, they have been accused of leading violent campaigns, leaving several opposition supporters either dead, maimed or displaced.
By Nizbert Moyo 5h ago

Zanu PF chef calls out abusive village heads

Approximately 180 villagers were displaced from their homesteads in February this year and were arrested on charges of illegal occupation of State land.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 13, 2024

Zanu PF MP in food aid storm

The sources said Dumbarimwe allegedly claimed that he was using personal resources to deliver grain to the villagers in Manicaland province.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 13, 2024

Pro-Kremlin Disinformation in Zimbabwe: A mix of state and non-state actors’ influence

The close allegiance of ZANU PF and the Kremlin dating back to the struggle for Zimbabwe’s independence has necessitated a pro-Russian narrative.
By Newsday Jun. 11, 2024

Zambia to engage Harare over ED's remarks

Some Zanu PF activists and leaders reacted angrily to the Mumba’s report after the elections last year.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jun. 10, 2024

SA’s IEC goes rogue: Bold move sets precedent for electoral freedom

Commissions often operate in areas ripe for manipulation, but IEC sent a good message to the African community.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 9, 2024

Editorial Comment: CIO’s alleged off budget financing raises eyebrows

Faz’s involvement in last year’s elections put a huge dent on Zimbabwe’s electoral democracy and acting on such threats to transparency must never be taken lightly.
By The Standard Jun. 9, 2024

Mnangagwa’s 2030 plot faces fierce Zanu PF resistance…as nemesis Kasukuwere enters fray

Fierce succession wars are not new in Zanu PF and in 2017 they culminated a  military coup that toppled long time ruler Robert Mugabe.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Jun. 9, 2024

Mnangagwa’s Zambia gaffe draws scorn

Zanu PF accused Hichilema of bankrolling Citizens Coalition for Change’s then leader Nelson Chamisa, who was Mnangagwa’s main challenger in the polls.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 9, 2024