AMH Voices

AMH Voices


Who is going to stand up and say I am ready to rebuild Africa? ...

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe once more proved that he has run out of ideas, strategies and sound advice to keep his party intact and the economy floating. ...

IN response to Mugabe in shock Cabinet reshuffle: This has indeed confirmed what has always been said that President Robert Mugabe is the head of G40, the master ...

Ever since Zimbabwean independence, more women have been absorbed into formal employment and some have even assumed public office. However women in leadership positions remain low 37 years ...

"The Mugabes are a family who have no respect for the Constitution or human rights. They are no longer wanted" ...

The emergence of factions in Zanu PF aiming to succeed Mugabe and is the clearest indicator that there is consensus in the ruling party that he is too old, tired and beyond his political expiry date to an extent that his continued stay in the political cockpit of both Zanu PF and government is harmful to both the party and State. ...

Across the world, there is a struggle by young people to seamlessly step out of adolescence into adulthood through self-sustenance and secure employment. Unfortunately in Zimbabwe young people ...

This bleeding of foreign currency by President Robert Mugabe and his cronies is a serious cause for concern in view of the economic situation we find ourselves in today. Mugabe continues to distort and deceive about how things are, but the chickens have come home to roost. ...

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor, John Mangudya’s efforts have been frustrated by government’s inaction or paralysis on the fiscal front where austerity measures, investment incentives, improvement on the regulatory framework and on government effectiveness are all long overdue. ...

It is sad that some power hungry senior opposition members from the parties that can bring change or even a revolution to Zimbabwe are blocking unity to safeguard their so called “influence” and positions. ...

The nation urgently requires a youthful, vibrant leader devoid of colonial hangover with the ability to transform it to world status. ...

Famous American bishop and author Thomas Dexter Jakes Sr., widely known as T.D. Jakes, concluded his visit to Harare with a meeting with United States Ambassador Harry Thomas Jr. on Saturday. He described visit to the southern African country as “a great experience.” ...

Chiadzwa diamond mining is now history. The people of Zimbabwe are the real owners of this wealth, but we have never benefited. ...

The First Lady has usurped the powers of the her husband, President Robert Mugabe ...

If the truth be told, Zanu PF is in a crisis, a succession crisis with two of the most visible figures in the party the two Mugabes (President Robert Mugabe and his wife First Lady Grace) ...

IN response to War vets no pushovers, Mutsvangwa tells Sekeramayi: A 93-year-old person like President Robert Mugabe will always say the truth. ...

IN response to Mugabe to blame for parastatal mess: ZCTU: Your report that the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) blames President Robert Mugabe for the collapse of State-owned companies is spot-on. ...

WELCOME Kwese TV, joyfully goodbye MultiChoice DStv. Virtually, DStv created its death and burial. ...

The global work force is gripped with the 21st century transformation of the workplace through machine learning and robotics, which according to the McKinsey Global Institute has the ability to jeopardize 40-70 million jobs worldwide. In Zimbabwe there is an unceasing struggle to understand the forces shaping today’s employment dynamics. ...

I WOULD like to express my disappointment over the alarming increase in the number of sex workers around the City of Harare, which is attributed to the prevailing economic turmoil. ...

President Robert Mugabe is the chief protector of corrupt individuals in high offices and should not speak about corruption To prove this without dwelling too much into history because we will take forever citing cases where Mugabe did not take action, but for reasons best known to himself, chose to turn a blind eye. ...

IT is not a Zimbabwean dream to see our leaders running to Europe every week for expensive “routine medical check-ups” while the ordinary man is left at the mercy of the collapsed health infrastructure. ...

TWO issues became major talking points last month; poison, after Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa fell ill at a Zanu PF youth interface rally in Gwanda, Matabeleland South; witchcraft, after President Robert Mugabe said Zanu PF had neither witches nor wizards. ...

The thinking of Thokozani Khupe, Lovemore Moyo and Abednico Bhebhe should not be entertained and any attempts to listen to them in my view will be first-class stupidity. ...

A research by Deloitte projected that by 2025 millenials will make up 75% of the global workforce. This inevitable influx of millenials is already in full motion in Zimbabwe and it has the power to transform the workplace ...

"Highlanders “Bosso” Football Club are now a failure..." ...

"...the opposition should momentarily sideline their respective parties and register one giant all-inclusive political outfit" ...

The clueless and increasingly desperate Minister of Primary and Secondary education, Lazarus Dokora, is playing a dangerous game with the lives of thousands of headmasters when he convenes them in Harare for a meaningless junket disguised as a conference to discuss issues facing the education sector. ...

Employee experience is the latest trend taking over the world of HR. There have been a number of new roles emerging around this trend, such as global chief ...

People viewed the new Chief Justice Luke Malaba as an independent thinker, one who would deliver justice better than his late predecessor Godfrey Chidyausiku. ...