#AMHVoices: The citizens are speaking

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Heavy rains washed away the spill way of Chitanga Dam in Mwenezi district two weeks ago. John Mubikwa

Do you have a picture, story, audio or video that you think will make an impact in your community? We want to give you a voice on our websites.

 

The Whatsapp number is +263 773 245 709. We would like to publish your photo, your audio and video. We already have overwhelming citizen journalism coming our way and we are loving it.

Every month a team of selectors will award prizes for the best story, picture, audio and video. And we would like to give you an opportunity to be part of our team.

Your stories and images will be on our websites under the section AMHVoices.

Remember to send us your name and location.

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A car washer polishes his bicycle after work. Midlands Hotel, Gweru
WASH: A car washer cleans his bicycle after work. Midlands Hotel, Gweru
Uncollected refuse posing a serious health risk at Machipisa, Highfield.
TIME BOMB: Uncollected refuse is a cause for concern for the residents of Machipisa, Highfield. Anonymous
A reader sent us a picture of a thriving maize crop.
GREEN: A reader sent us a picture of a thriving sorghum crop in Buhera Muzokomba Dzaramba. Anonymous
Refuelling a car. Use of plastic containers for petrol storage was banned in Zimbabwe
REFUELLING: Use of plastic containers for petrol storage was banned in Zimbabwe. Anonymous
A man rests after cutting down a tree in Wedza
WOOD CUTTERS: Men cutting down a tree in Wedza
DANGER...An electricity cable box at the corner of Robert Mugabe and Leopold Takawira in Harare.
DANGER: An electricity cable box at the corner of Robert Mugabe and Leopold Takawira in Harare. Anonymous
"We were told the commuter omnibus' brakes failed resulting in it hitting  two stationery vehicles.
ROAD HAZARD: A commuter omnibus’ brakes failed resulting in it hitting two stationery vehicles. Anonymous
A reader wrote to us "I saw this couple at the Joshua Nkomo Hopsital intersection in Bulawayo. This is true love."
BICYCLE LOVE: A  couple rides a bicycle at the Joshua Nkomo Hospital intersection in Bulawayo. Anonymous
"Dangling electricity cables almost touching the ground along Khami Road in Bulawayo
DANGER: Dangling electricity cables close to the ground along Khami Road in Bulawayo. Anonymous
Heavy rains washed away the spill way of Chitanga Dam in Mwenezi district two weeks ago. John Mubikwa
WRECKED: Heavy rains destroyed Chitanga’s dam wall in Mwenezi district two weeks ago. John Mubikwa
Informal gold panners (Makorokoza)
GOLD RUSH: Informal gold panners (Makorokoza): Anonymous
Health hazard in Mbare, Nenyere flats, Magaba.
DISASTER: Health hazard in Mbare, Nenyere flats, Magaba. Anonymous
Bad road in Chitubu, Glen Norah. Picture by L Muzawazi
POTHOLED: Bad road in Chitubu, Glen Norah. Picture by L Muzawazi
From Chisuvi village in Chiweshe, Kelvin Lloyd Shambare, a farmer, sent us his flourishing maize crop
From Chisuvi village in Chiweshe, Kelvin Lloyd Shambare, a farmer, sent us his flourishing maize crop

Messages 1. To the Zimbabwe Warriors I want to say: Only determination can give you positive results. Makorokoto (Congratulations) for making it into the semi final.” Munkuli Milson. Binga.

2. Thanks to the Warriors for the sweet victory. Go Warriors Go!

4. Go Warriors go. Well done coach (Ian) Gorowa for the great improvement on the strike-force. Chakawa, Chivi South.

5. How are you at AMH. Your quality news is highly appreciated.

6. Officially the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority is claiming that it is installing pre paid electricity meters for free. I went to the electricity authority offices in Greendale to ask for a pre-paid meter. After paying the ‘connection fees’ my name was put on a waiting list where I was on number 243. They said every week their office is issuing 30 meters. I went back to the offices after three weeks and I was to be told that my name was now on number 266. One staff member then approached me and told me I was never going to get the meter unless I paid $300.

 

8 COMMENTS

  1. I am following these pictures. In fact this is a wonderful service. We hope the highlighted hazards will be attended to accordingly.

  2. If the MDC-T party hierarchy publicly admit their candidate was flawed and the candidates claims he was starved of the funding he needed to win. Clearly this is an admission that they lost due to internal problems. What is the excuse for continued sanction now?

    • WHAT SANCTIONS!! Haven’t you head about the astronomical, out-of-this-world salaries heads of government and quangos are getting?

  3. There is very big corruption @ Marondera Municipality right now!office bearers are being given bribes by big companies & shops not to pay their bills to the municipality but to individuals!one of the council thieves is out on bail & their is a plot to pay the PP @ court to destroy the case!a lot are currently on suspension @ the municipality but we suspect there are underhand dealings.pliz members of the public & Newsday,may u help in exposing this rot.ordinary employees went for months unpaid & office bosses eating @ will

  4. Hello, don’t tell me that your editor does not know the difference between maize and sorghum, on the image you captioned as “GREEN: A reader sent us a picture of a thriving maize crop in Buhera Muzokomba Dzaramba.’ that’s not maize, its sorghum. Even if the ‘reader’ had told you that its maize you should have noticed it before captioning it. Don’t let us down

  5. zesa employees are a disgruntled lot they are being paid a fraction of there salaries for the past two years. The management is playing the now popular zim tune ‘no money but they are giving themselves hefty packs @ the expense of everyone. Pane nyaya inoda kuferefetwa ask zesa employees.

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