Sungura artiste survives death by a whisker

The multi-award winning musician and businessman told NewsDay that he survived death by a whisker.
By Brent Shamu Sep. 11, 2023

Extreme weather not yet over

It has been a very unpredictable July.
By Kudakwashe Gahadzikwa Aug. 4, 2023

Travelling & Touring: Mutare and Mberengwa traced to Tonga terminology?

The pass enters the city from the west and is among major tourist attractions within the town.
By Burzil Dube Jul. 16, 2023

How Jah Prayzah humbled politicians, media

Efforts to engage the security personel and even Jah Prayzah himself to allow ZTV and other journalists to access the stage were in vain.
By Jairos Saunyama Jan. 8, 2023

South Africa, TASA pushes for additional mandatory training for truck drivers

This is after the Boksburg gas tanker explosion on Christmas Eve, near the Tambo Memorial Hospital which cost 37 people their lives.
By Eye Witness Sa Jan. 5, 2023

Gibson Foundation gives Mabvuku residents Christmas cheer

Speaking to Standard Style, beneficiaries who included Jestina Banda, who suffered a life-threatening stroke said they were grateful for the support. 
By Takemore Mazuruse Dec. 30, 2022

2022 a season of growth, learning for Mlalazi

“The year 2022 has been a busy yet fulfilling year in ministry in which I learnt a lot and we believe it has been that season of growth and learning,” he said.
By Winstone Antonio Dec. 29, 2022

The grinch stole Christmas, and the worst is yet to come

It has been, indeed, a very difficult year coming out of the COVID-19-induced lockdowns that ground their hustle.
By Newsday Dec. 27, 2022

Christmas, without the cheer

Some Zimbabweans say they will not be enjoying the festive season with government playing the main role of “The Grinch that stole Christmas”.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 25, 2022