Africa needs to be able to realise the full potential of its livestock sector as a driver for development, and this has been recognised by the African Union in its Agenda 2063.
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By AMH Voices Feb. 17, 2024
Livestock keeping offers African countries a gateway to the food security and economic growth enjoyed elsewhere.
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By AMH Voices Dec. 30, 2023
Do Zimbabwean migrants have the education and skills to match the labour market demands in destination countries?
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By AMH Voices Dec. 29, 2023
Cholera is a deadly threat, but it is not invincible. By working together and ensuring access to basic interventions, we can prevent needless deaths and create a healthier future for all.
Rapid and accurate data analysis is crucial in understanding the spread of the disease, identifying high-risk areas, and implementing timely interventions.
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By AMH Voices Dec. 27, 2023
The by-election was held in accordance with section 121A of the Electoral Act (Chapter 2:13) following the death of the incumbent councillor.
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By AMH Voices Dec. 6, 2023
According to economics, there is no country which has developed through heavily taxing its people.
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By AMH Voices Dec. 5, 2023
This self-proclaimed CCC interim secretary-general recalled 15 members of the opposition, thereby causing by-elections which are set to be held on December 9, 2023.
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By AMH Voices Nov. 10, 2023
Furthermore, we are leveraging on our partnerships and networks to garner support, both in terms of financial resources and essential supplies.
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By AMH Voices Nov. 7, 2023
Several other studies highlight the role of financial and non-financial incentives towards retention of health workers in rural areas.
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By AMH Voices Nov. 6, 2023
I hope Moyo will come to terms with no real issues disrupting the education system.
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By AMH Voices Oct. 23, 2023
What is happening in the occupied Palestine, and especially in Gaza, constitutes a source of deep concern, regret and shame for the human kind.
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By AMH Voices Oct. 21, 2023
The budgeting process should be inclusive, sustainable, and responsive to gender disparities.
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By AMH Voices Oct. 20, 2023
I understand that some are blaming Chamisa out of frustration. And as a leader, he definitely has to account to the voters and his supporters.
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By AMH Voices Oct. 16, 2023
While the ruling Zanu PF party may argue that the elections were free and fair due to lack of widespread violence, we must not allow ourselves to be deceived by this façade.
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By AMH Voices Sep. 25, 2023
As citizens of Zimbabwe we  agree, support and endorse the Sadc report on the just ended Zimbabwe elections and look forward to Sadc for immediate action.
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By AMH Voices Sep. 4, 2023
Independent estimates, however, show that over three million Zimbabweans are living abroad and citizens continue to leave the country.
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By AMH Voices Aug. 24, 2023
Zanu PF failed to run the Zimbabwean economy on a sustained path.
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By AMH Voices Aug. 21, 2023
It is sad to see such shortcomings at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ), an institution renowned for its dedication to education and knowledge dissemination.
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By AMH Voices Aug. 19, 2023
Zanu PF candidate intimidating villagers, telling them that they will be issued with voting cards at the polling stations.
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By Newsday Aug. 16, 2023
Deciphering Zanu PF’s factions is a dark science at the best of times, but there’s ample evidence that the schismatic dynamics in the ruling party continue to spin away in the background.
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By AMH Voices Aug. 14, 2023
When he preaches against violence at rallies, he always directs his warnings to the opposition, yet Zanu PF is the main culprit when it comes to political violence.
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By AMH Voices Aug. 7, 2023
Normally one would laud Zec, political parties and non-governmental organisations who indefatigably worked around the clock urging Zimbabweans to register.
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By AMH Voices Aug. 3, 2023
However, for deficit-producing regions, own-produced stocks will be short-lived due to low production.
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By AMH Voices Aug. 2, 2023
Zimbabwe has not been spared from this scourge. The root cause of corruption lies in the delegation of power.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 31, 2023
This is a dangerous trend, especially considering that Mnangagwa is not only the leader of Zanu PF, but is also the head of State and government.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 26, 2023
Instead of automatically granting diplomatic passports to all traditional chiefs, a more prudent approach would involve assessing each individual case based on merit and necessity.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 25, 2023
This is due to the harassment of motorists by the company’s enforcement teams.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 24, 2023
Merchandise exports for the same month came in at US$654,21 million, up from US$555,55 million in April 2023.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 22, 2023
Zimbabweans have over the years shown more ingenuity in confronting the daily harsh economic conditions characterised by hyperinflation and the ever-rising cost of living.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 21, 2023
Of greater concern is the law's potential to grant authorities excessive powers to curtail human rights.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 17, 2023
Section 21 of the Electoral Act states that voters rolls are public documents and are open to inspection by the public.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 15, 2023
This makes citizens and policy analysts wonder if government had its own evaluation benchmarks different from the ones prescribed in the TSP document.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 14, 2023
Mnangagwa ignored a letter we wrote to him inquiring about the challenges government was facing in implementing the diaspora vote and offering to help if need be.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 13, 2023
South Africa is expected to maintain its status as a net exporter of corn in MY 2023/24.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 12, 2023
Dear politicians, you need no reminder from us of the power of speech. Words have the potential to build and to destroy.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 8, 2023
Ncube was not the kind of person who would agree or accept anything because it was from the political party he sympathised with, but would criticise it more than the party he did not like.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 7, 2023
The main objective of the discussion was to assess election preparedness for the August 23 elections in Zimbabwe.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 6, 2023
Vice-President Constatino Chiwenga, who addressed supposed party supporters in Harare on Monday, where he promised to facelift Mbare Musika.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 5, 2023
A majority of the ongoing initiatives are proving to be insufficient in capturing the reality of the challenges being faced by the citizens.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 4, 2023
Blended inflation was introduced in February this year and it measures combined price changes of goods and services in United States dollars and Zimdollars.
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By AMH Voices Jul. 3, 2023
June 2023 witnessed an unsustainable decline of the Zimdollar against the US dollar on both official and parallel markets.
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By AMH Voices Jun. 30, 2023
The petition was accepted by Parliament and referred to the Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs.
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By AMH Voices Jun. 29, 2023
Government’s lack of commitment to eradicating the culture of torture is quite glaring as it has in the past accepted recommendations by several United Nations member States .
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By AMH Voices Jun. 27, 2023
The Electoral Amendment Act that was debated in Parliament showed that government was not interested in implementing the diaspora vote
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By AMH Voices Jun. 27, 2023
Criminalisation, mass incarceration, stigma and discrimination against people who use drugs defeat the purpose and reasons why the government adopted the Zimbabwe National Drug Master Plan
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By AMH Voices Jun. 26, 2023
CCC Nelson Chamisa would either be still in his legal chambers polishing up a defence submission or an argument “in limine,”
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By AMH Voices Jun. 24, 2023
ZRP’s weekly radio magazine programme, Police Check, fits well into a modern police service. However, some members of the public who fall victim to robbery or theft do not report the cases .
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By AMH Voices Jun. 21, 2023
Some of the concerns that were noted were that the syllabus continues to heighten the already existing inequalities that exist in the education system.
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By AMH Voices Jun. 20, 2023
These examples underscore the timeliness and relevance of the recent Pan-African Parliament conference in Morocco which ended last week.
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By AMH Voices Jun. 18, 2023