Editorial Comment: Energy authorities are sleeping on duty

The country relies heavily on Kariba for its electricity and the droughts experienced in recent years have resulted in serious power shortages.
By The Standard 18h ago

Dark weeks ahead as Kariba inflows drop

In an update on the hydrological outlook at Kariba Dam, the Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) yesterday said river flows into Zambezi River were decreasing rapidly.
By Garikai Tunhira May. 18, 2024

Ambassador speaks on Zim, EU relations

The Kariba Dam project is one of our biggest rehabilitation projects. It is a high technology project which has engaged all EU member States.
By Tendai Sauta May. 17, 2024

Reversing truck crushes learner to death

A witness told NewsDay that the children were clinging to the truck while it was taking off after offloading.
By Obert Siamilandu May. 14, 2024

Mystery of ‘haunted’ family endures

Stranger than fiction, as it may sound, the body of Nyaradzai’s husband was left intact despite the horrible attack and it still remains a mystery how that was even possible.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 27, 2024

‘Kariba set for massive development’

Chitenhe said by adopting a holistic approach, the municipality was seeking to create a harmonious and prosperous future for the resort town.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 22, 2024

ZPC Kariba struggles against Arenel Movers

Arenel Movers made threats of their own especially with Zibusiso Dambo with the ball at his feet.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 21, 2024

Candid Comment: Zim must give PPPs a chance

If the dam falls short, both countries would have to rely on imports from neighbouring countries. However, Zimbabwe has a bad reputation when it comes to imports.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Apr. 5, 2024

Economic resilience: Lessons for African empowerment journey

Zimbabwe's journey towards economic resilience offers a beacon of hope and inspiration for Africa in its quest for sovereignty and development.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Apr. 5, 2024