France’s president has signed into law a controversial bill making the country the ninth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage.
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MUTARE – Tempers flared at a mines and mineral policy workshop held in Mutare last week when participants expressed anger at the alleged looting of diamonds
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AFTER 34 years of service in the construction industry, Vincent Muzivorwenyu retired to his rural home in BikitaThe post Man offered US$10 as monthly retirement payment appeared first on The Standard.
LONDON — South Africa’s mining industry can ill afford to offer wage rises during talks that are about to start with a new and unpredictable union,
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BULAWAYO residents have resorted to hoarding water to deal with the many days they go without supplies as the water situation in the city remains critical.
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THE Ministry of Mines and Mining Development says it is in a dilemma over how to deal with some Chinese nationals who are carrying out illegal mining The post Govt in dilemma over illegal Chinese mining activities appeared first on The Standard.
Local filmmaker, Edmore Ndlovu (pictured) will travel to Namibia this month for the pre-production phase of his new project, a film titled The Gambler JobThe post Ndlovu takes filmmaking to Namibia appeared first on The Standard.
Alexio Kawara is anxiously looking forward to sharing the stage with South African diva Lira, who performs at 7Arts Theatre in Avondale on June 7.The post Lira, Alexio to share stage at 7Arts appeared first on The Standard.