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Reduce borrowing, rationalise existing burden

After the fact, we note the positives in both addresses, but it seems that both fail to adequately satisfy the expectations of the poor, raising concerns for the coming year.
By AMH Voices Dec. 1, 2022
Land must be given to capable cadres
Land must be given to capable cadres
The Zimbabwean economy is based on agro-business and this is a sector which cannot  be ignored and needs a revamp.
By AMH Voices Nov. 28, 2022
Letters: Electoral Amendment Bill ignores pertinent reforms
ZESN believes that the Bill addresses nominal and administrative reforms while ignoring pertinent reforms that may have a direct bearing on the transparency and credibility of elections in Zimbabwe.
By AMH Voices Nov. 24, 2022
Letters: Govt must show willingness to develop Mt Hampden
Government and Mnangagwa must commit to ensuring the safety of opposition legislators.
By AMH Voices Nov. 23, 2022
NPAZ exposes govt falsehoods peddled at ACHPR
Mnangagwa’s lieutenants had in October misrepresented before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) during its 73rd ordinary session held in Banjul, The Gambia.
By AMH Voices Nov. 17, 2022
Letters: Cancellation of voters’ concert cause for concern
The recent cancellation of the students voter registration activation in Bulawayo by authorities is an affront to ideals of a free society.
By AMH Voices Nov. 16, 2022
Letters: Violence and intimidation: Zimbos’ fate ahead of the 2023 elections
The ERC notes that unless electoral reforms are implemented, the 2023 Harmonised elections will result in yet another disputed election, marred by violence.
By AMH Voices Oct. 27, 2022
Letters: I can’t keep quiet anymore
I needed salary increment and you forced me to join Teachers for ED.I was hungry and you said: “The poor are always with us."
By AMH Voices Oct. 26, 2022
Letters to the editor: Misgovernance bleeding our nation
Other partners that attended included representatives from Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC), Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition and five local media houses.
By Newsday Oct. 21, 2022
Letters: Political parties must foster peace ahead of 2023 elections
Zesn also urges political parties to engage the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission in such instances so that they investigate, speak out against violence.
By AMH Voices Oct. 20, 2022
Current electoral environment dents by-election outcome
The violence committed against women who were stripped of their clothes and left partially naked is abhorrent, inhuman and intolerable.
By AMH Voices Oct. 19, 2022
Letters: Corrupt politicians must be brought to book
The elite have taken large amounts of money or investable surplus for their own gain in a way that impedes economic transformation.
By AMH Voices Oct. 18, 2022
Opposition must fight for electoral reforms
Voters should be allowed to exercise their democratic right to choose a party of their choice without being intimidated or harrassed.
By AMH Voices Oct. 13, 2022
Letters: Murwira’s arrogance agitates educators
Murwira is obviously alive to the reality that no graduate teacher has capacity to set up a proper private school, only the ruling party elite can afford to create these private schools.
By AMH Voices Oct. 12, 2022
Letters: Quality maternal healthcare remains a pipe dream
While maternal healthcare challenges are attributed to several challenges, chronic underfunding remains the leading factor.
By Newsday Oct. 11, 2022
Letters: Authorities out of touch with reality
Zimbabwean authorities are out of touch with lived realities of poor citizens who are being choked by burgeoning public debt.
By AMH Voices Oct. 8, 2022
Letters: Dangarembga’s conviction is a ‘travesty of justice’
“The conviction and sentence send a clear and chilling message that there is no space for dissenting views in Zimbabwe."
By Newsday Oct. 6, 2022
Glen View Area 8 fires: Time for sustainable solutions
This is the second time this year, fortunately in the first case the fire was quickly doused by alert traders.
By AMH Voices Oct. 5, 2022
Letters: Makandiwa, preaching heresy
Makandiwa is now slowly being inducted into Zimbabwean politics, but must tread with caution.
By Newsday Oct. 4, 2022
Letters:Only an engineer can save Zimbabwe from her problems
These problems are bedeviling Zimbabweans because colonial and post-colonial leadership is well-versed in the arts sector, and strongly lacks in scientific and commercial qualifications.
By AMH Voices Sep. 29, 2022
Letters: Zim’s sanctions a smokescreen
Nearly two decades on, the sanctions regime has succeeded in inconveniencing some of the most odious actors in Zimbabwe.
By AMH Voices Sep. 28, 2022
Letters:Will the removal of sanctions restore democracy in Zim?
More and more countries can add their voices at the UNGA, but the ball is in Mnangagwa’s court, who must do the right thing for sanctions to be removed.
By AMH Voices Sep. 27, 2022
Polarisation, intolerance remain a threat democracy, peace
To help build a peaceful nation, ZLHR implores government to;
By Newsday Sep. 23, 2022
Authorities must release opposition MPs
Zimbabwean authorities cannot continue to incarcerate Sikhala and Sithole and deny them bail at every turn for no apparent reason.
By AMH Voices Sep. 22, 2022
Crackdown on NGOs derails re-engagement efforts
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are doing important work in democracy and human rights protection.
By AMH Voices Sep. 21, 2022
Letters: Policy inconsistencies driving out, frustrating foreign investment
Zimbabwe has become notorious for having duly agreed business agreements overturned overnight, and without notice.
By AMH Voices Sep. 20, 2022
New UZ fee structure facilitates exclusion of marginalised, vulnerable students
I STRONGLY feel that the time is ripe to for us Zimbabweans to restore the country’s breadbasket status and shun dependency completely
By admin Sep. 16, 2022
Letters: PWDs remain susceptible to abuse
PWDs have continued to be a vulnerable constituency by being victims of violations to socio-economic rights they should enjoy.
By AMH Voices Sep. 14, 2022