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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.

Understanding the Role and Salary of a Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is a crucial role in any technology-driven organization
By Newsday 4h ago
How To Record Video on Windows 10 for Content Creation
How To Record Video on Windows 10 for Content Creation
Learning how to record videos on Windows 10 needs an optimized system setting
By Newsday Apr. 20, 2024
Crypto Convenience: How to Buy iPhones Safely and Securely
The ability to buy iPhones with cryptocurrency represents a significant milestone in the convergence of technology
By Newsday Apr. 9, 2024
● Insider's Guide to Maximizing Anonymous Instagram Story Viewer
Can anonymous viewing be used for market research purposes
By Newsday Mar. 29, 2024
Saving Your Spreadsheets: A Complete Guide to Repair Excel File Online
Wondershare Repairit emerges as a robust file repair tool tailored to rescue your essential data
By Newsday Mar. 12, 2024
Enhancing Your Instagram Presence: Unveiling the Secrets of Free Instagram Likes
Always keep a thought in your mind, to build a strong online presence
By Newsday Mar. 1, 2024
Video Recovery Made Easy: Tips and Tricks Restore Video with Ease
Restoring lost videos can be stressful, but with the right tools and techniques
By Newsday Feb. 27, 2024
Google’s use of student data could effectively ban Chromebooks from Denmark schools
The agency found that Google uses student data from Chromebooks and Google Workplace for Education “for its own purposes,” which isn’t allowed under European privacy law.
By The Verge Feb. 8, 2024
Tesla owners told not to wear Apple virtual reality headsets while driving
Videos posted online show people in the drivers seats of cars which have an autonomous mode, while wearing the Apple headset over their eyes.
By BBC News Feb. 6, 2024
Quick Turn PCB Assembly: Tips for Speedy and Reliable Manufacturing
The list of benefits associated with a quick turn PCB assembly does not conclude here. Some of the additional benefits
By Newsday Jan. 23, 2024
Crafting Logos for Eco-Friendly Brands with CapCut's Logo Maker Tool
A well-designed eco-friendly logo contributes significantly to brand recognition. When consumers see a logo that conveys eco-friendliness
By Newsday Jan. 10, 2024
End of an era for electronics giant Toshiba
It all started in 2015 when accounting malpractices across multiple divisions came to light, with many of them involving top management.
By BBC News Dec. 20, 2023
Navigating the World of IT Certifications: The Role of Practice Tests and the Pitfalls of Exam Dumps with Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA
IT certifications are widely recognized as valuable credentials that validate an individual's skills and knowledge in specific IT domains.
By Newsday Nov. 30, 2023
OpenAI fires co-founder and CEO Sam Altman for allegedly lying to company board
Altman tweeted a sunny message after the combative announcemen
By The Guardian Nov. 18, 2023
faudster gets millions from Bitcoin investors
Bitcoin is said to be a crypto currency invented in 2008 by unknown people using the name Satoshi Nakamoto. It started in 2009 when its implementation was released as open-source softwar
By Newsday Oct. 29, 2023
iPhone users say Apple's iOS 17.1 update is RUINING their battery life
While many iPhone users rushed to install the update, new reports may have you delaying the download. 
By Daily Mail Oct. 27, 2023
Finbok Diverse Investment Opportunities | A Candid Look at Digital Trading Today
Nobody likes hidden costs. The sting of unexpected fees can sour any trading experience. Finbok.com addresses this head-on
By Newsday Oct. 18, 2023
Australia fines X for failing to crack down on child abuse content
Alphabet's Google was also issued a warning for noncompliance with its request for information about handling of child abuse content.
By BBC News Oct. 16, 2023
Breaking digital barriers: POTRAZ empowers visually impaired individuals with ICT skills
ZAVH executive director Timothy Mudarikwa also added that as the digital world evolves, people with disabilities need to continue learning and exploring.
By Innocent Muraiwa Oct. 11, 2023
Samsung joins Google in RCS shaming Apple
“What did green ever do to them? We’re bubbles too,” one of them asks.
By The Verge Oct. 10, 2023
The Rise of Apps for Emotional Support and Friendship
The Breakup Boss app, created by relationship advice columnist Zoë Foster Blake
By Newsday Oct. 10, 2023
Elon Musk sued for defamation for falsely identifying man as neo-Nazi protestor
Brody accused Musk of having triggered a massive harassment campaign against him through a series of misleading posts about an Oregon neo-Nazi brawl this summer.
By The Verge Oct. 3, 2023
Apple blames iOS 17 bugs and apps like Instagram for making iPhone 15s run hot
Apple spokesperson specifically mentioning Instagram, Uber, and the game Asphalt 9 as examples of apps that could cause the devices to “run warmer than normal.”
By The Verge Oct. 3, 2023
Canon says committed to helping Zimbabwean businesses thrive
This applies to many regions in Africa, including Zimbabwe, where Brett Hensberg, Managing Director at Eskill Trading, is the Canon distribution partner.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 26, 2023
Hollywood writers reach tentative deal to end the strike
Writers may soon be back to work, but without actors, Hollywood productions will likely remain at a standstill.
By The Verge Sep. 25, 2023
Kenac Computer Systems win top SADC Partner of the Year Award
Kenac provides IT solutions for business clients in Zimbabwe and across the region.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 15, 2023
iPhone 15: Apple forced to ditch lightning charger
A new Apple Watch series was also unveiled with a more advanced chip.
By BBC News Sep. 13, 2023
Meta is developing a new, more powerful AI system, Wall Street Journal reports
The Facebook parent is aiming for its new AI model to be ready next year, the Journal said, adding it will be several times more powerful than its commercial version dubbed Llama 2.
By Reuters Sep. 11, 2023