AMH is an independent media house free from political ties or outside influence. We have four newspapers: The Zimbabwe Independent, a business weekly published every Friday, The Standard, a weekly published every Sunday, and Southern and NewsDay, our daily newspapers. Each has an online edition.

  • Marketing
  • Digital Marketing Manager: tmutambara@alphamedia.co.zw
  • Tel: (04) 771722/3
  • Online Advertising
  • Digital@alphamedia.co.zw
  • Web Development
  • jmanyenyere@alphamedia.co.zw

Biti accuses businesswoman of abusing state institutions

Aleshina is a business partner of property developer Ken Sharpe and she accused Biti of verbally assaulting her after a court appearance two years ago.
By Staff Reporter Dec. 4, 2022
Courier services under threat: Minister
Courier services under threat: Minister
Muswere said this at the commemorations of World Post Day held in Bulawayo on Friday.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 21, 2022
Report GBV cases: Legal expert
She said sexual GBV had become rampant in society and encouraged members of the community to report on behalf of victims.
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Nov. 21, 2022
Rich pickings for Zim in hosting Icasa
Zimbabwe will host the 22nd edition of Icasa next year from December 4 to 9 in Harare.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Nov. 21, 2022
Car companies invest in startup to enhance autonomous driving

Artificial Intelligence already celebrated numerous triumphs in many areas of life. Day by day, new successes are recorded. The two automotive companies BMW and Continental are relying on the start-up company Autobrains for their new trials regarding autonomous driving. The company will receive 120 million dollars for its research. Attempting to create AI processes which […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 23, 2022
Kadoma fuel attendant Community Service sentence Riles Residents

There is anger among Kadoma residents after magistrate Ranga Rwizi sentenced fuel attendant Takesure Josi to 495 hours of community service if he restitute over US$7 000 he stole from his employer through faking a robbery. Josi was charged with contravening section 3 of the Explosives Act and Purchasing without a permit some explosives which […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 20, 2022
Zimplats Community Share Saga: Chiefs accused of selling out

Mashonaland West traditional leaders are in the eye of storm after being accused of clandestinely agreeing to amend the deed of trust so that Zimplats will not cede the 10% community shares agreed in 2011. Community ownership trusts were established in accordance with General Notice 114 of 2011 of the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 18, 2022
Zimbabwean tech-entrepreneur makes wave in South Africa

A Zimbabwean tech entrepreneur Shingirayi Kondongwe has spread his tentacles beyond Zimbabwean border after he launched Youth Opportunities Hub which has rapidly expanded into South Africa and other African countries. The platform that provides for ICT, advertising and marketing in Africa has set Kondongwe as an innovative leader. Youth Opportunities Hub focuses on publicizing various […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 16, 2022
Former City of Harare employee exposed in court

The court also heard that Nyabvure was later dismissed from work after the fraudulent plan was discovered.

By The NewsDay Aug. 8, 2022
Boss Thumelo takes youths out of drugs

The foundation organized a Heroes soccer tourney which drew at least 13 teams from Highfield West.

By The NewsDay Aug. 7, 2022
Robbers pounce on Mukuru in Bulawayo

The incident happened around 9am in the morning when the armed robbers suddenly arrived at the money transfer company, forcing people who were queuing for foreign currency services to lie down before stealing bags full of cash.

By The NewsDay Aug. 1, 2022
Don’t belittle the case : Biti told

Reza however told magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro that Biti’s application for referral had no merit and must be dismissed.

By The NewsDay Jul. 28, 2022
Katsimberis seeks permanent stay of prosecution in fraud case

The developer had bee denying the offence saying all payments were done for the approval of the plan.

By The NewsDay Jul. 27, 2022
NPA threatened not to drop my case: Businessman pleads with court

Sande told court that it was suprising that Shabtai who was avoind the law how he could be entertained by the justice system.

By The NewsDay Jul. 25, 2022
Katsimberis seeks to approach ConCourt, state opposes

By Desmond Chingarande Property developer George Katsimberis who is accused of fraud after he allegedly built a showroom in a cluster houses joint venture using an unapproved and fraudulent plan from City of Harare is seeking to approach the Constitutional Court saying his rights are being violated. Katsimberis who appeared before magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro submitted […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 25, 2022
Biti abandons referral application, applies for recusal of the magistrate

Biti’s application for recusal came after his application for postponement of the matter was dismissed by magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro who insisted that the application for referral be proceed.

By The NewsDay Jul. 24, 2022
Biti case to be heard daily: magistrate

Biti who is represented by Alec Muchadehama is submitting his evidence in the application for referral to the Constitutional Court saying his rights are being violated.

By The NewsDay Jul. 23, 2022
Unscrupulous Businessman in trouble for fake agricultural chemicals

Mahere who runs Karoi Farm Centre was caught red handed by police on Sunday while making fake chemicals with another company’s logo called CP Chemicals Zimbabwe.

By The NewsDay Jul. 23, 2022
Victory for Sunshine Development and HCC in land deal case

However the application was dismissed by High Court judge, Justice David Mangota, who ruled that the agreement was a matter of public record. The Respondents claimed that 1. The claim was prescribed 2

By The NewsDay Jul. 17, 2022
Cottco bosses arrested over corruption

Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) spokesperson John Makamure confirmed the arrest.

By The NewsDay Jun. 30, 2022
CCC rattles Zanu PF in Mashonaland Central

BY STAFF REPORTER ZANU Mashonaland Central provincial chairman Kazembe Kazembe is on the ropes with the national leadership considering putting him into the politburo to pave way for new leader in the province after it emerged that main opposition party, the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has made serious inroads in the province widely considered […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 27, 2022
Biti shocked with prosecutor conduct

By staff reporter  CCC vice president Tendai Biti said he was shocked with the Deputy prosecutor general Michael Reza prosecuting an verbally assault saying is not objective. Biti further told court that Reza likes to prosecute opposition political accused persons. The opposition vice president said this while applying for a referral to Constitutional court of […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 25, 2022
Biti continues with referral ConCourt application

Biti is also expected to continue his application this week.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2022
Warrant of arrest canceled for illegal billboard accused 

The warrant was issued after the pair defaulted court. 

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2022
What is simulated reality league in Cricket Betting?

Virtual reality (VR) is a digital world that is simulated via the combined effort of various software and hardware devices. It creates an environment where users can feel as if they are actually in the place or situation that is being simulated. A Simulated Reality League is a virtual reality concept that is slowly gaining […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 21, 2022
The trial of Directors accused of erecting illegal billboard deferred again

By staff reporter The case of two company directors accused of erecting an illegal billboard to tarnish a land developing company in Borrowdale have been slapped with a warrant of arrest for the third consecutive time in a row. The directors Mark Strathen of Fairclot company and Grant Russell of Paragon company were issued with […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 17, 2022
Trial date set for Biti’s clerk accused of perjury

By staff reporter A Harare magistrate has set a trial date for a legal clerk with Tendai Biti law chambers who is accused of two counts of fraud. Magistrate Munashe Chibanda who dismissed Constantine Chaza’s second application for exception will stand trial on June 29. Chaza had applied for exception of charges on ammended charges […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 17, 2022
Biti’s applications for referral to Concourt continues 

By staff reporter CCC vice president Tendai Biti who is filing an application for referral to the Constitutional Court continues yesterday with him blaming the state media for bias against him.. Biti is facing charges of verbally assaulting a Zimbabwean investor Tatiana Aleshina at the Harare magistrates court in November 2020. The opposition vice president […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 16, 2022