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.

Inclusion of PWDs in climate negotiations critical

When disasters strike, it is often the most vulnerable who bear the brunt of the devastation, and PWDs are tragically among the most affected.
By Tonderayi Matonho 3h ago
Brand re-positioning in a Vuca world
Brand re-positioning in a Vuca world
You must continue to ensure that what you are offering is unique.
By Jonah Nyoni Dec. 9, 2023
MPs’ dereliction of duty
It is apparent that MPs will debate the budget on the basis of the views of their friends or organised groups that bring suggestions during post-budget portfolio committee meetings.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Dec. 9, 2023
Submitting preparation to God's Grace
Grace and peace be multiplied to you through knowledge.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Dec. 9, 2023
Leading media in the digital era requires strategic thinking, execution
This is because the question “how do my readers want the information?” is critical for publishers to survive in the digital era.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Dec. 9, 2023
Zim youths’ future buried with drugs
Studies reveal that the Zimbabwean youths rank top in Africa in terms of substance use and abuse.
By Nicholas Aribino Dec. 8, 2023
Kicking the can down the road — the ZEP saga continues
The permits were renewed twice, in 2014 and 2017. The latest renewal was set to expire on December 31, 2021.
By Muchengeti Hwacha Dec. 8, 2023
Navigating the uncharted waters: Implications of Zim’s property tax
According to the finance minister, those owning houses with market values exceeding US$100 000 are deemed wealthy. Does this accurately capture the situation in Zimbabwe?
By AMH Voices Dec. 7, 2023
Letters to the editor: Open letter to President Mnangagwa
December 3 is a day set aside by the United Nations to reflect on challenges and successes in the area of disability.
By AMH Voices Dec. 7, 2023
Errant medical aid societies should be dealt with once and for all
Many people die because of failure to access medical attention as a result of non-payment of dues by medical aid societies.
By Johannes Marisa Dec. 7, 2023
My book recommendations for 2024
I discovered the gift of reading in my 30s and I can’t imagine life without books.
By Trevor Ncube Dec. 7, 2023
Women with disabilities' economic struggles
At the community level, participatory initiatives involve forming women-led self-help groups or involving women with disabilities in community development projects.
By Tonderayi Matonho Dec. 6, 2023
How African markets are defining, expanding nature-based food systems
Every African country has booming indigenous markets where most smallholder farmers get their income, and most low-income consumers get affordable food.
By Charles Dhewa Dec. 6, 2023
By-elections must be held in peaceful, calm environment
The by-election was held in accordance with section 121A of the Electoral Act (Chapter 2:13) following the death of the incumbent councillor.
By AMH Voices Dec. 6, 2023
‘We belong to each other’
My observation is that citizenry cast an incredulous stare on Zec.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Dec. 6, 2023
Unveiling the secrecy surrounding resource-backed loans in Zimbabwe
In his latest low-key visit to China, Foreign Affairs and International Trade minister Fredrick Shava said Zimbabwe firmly supports the Belt and Road Initiative. 
By Mbongeni Nhliziyo Dec. 5, 2023
When children give birth to children
Data released by the Zimbabwe Statistical Agency (ZimStats) revealed that 69 000 girls between the ages of 10 and 19 gave birth in 2022 alone.
By Tendai Mbofana Dec. 5, 2023
A sad Christmas present from clueless Mthuli Ncube
According to economics, there is no country which has developed through heavily taxing its people.
By AMH Voices Dec. 5, 2023
A word of advice for new graduates
Did you actually know that graduating from a university or college is a momentous transition that is cherished by everyone, especially the graduates?
By Emmanuel Zvada Dec. 5, 2023
Tax assault is a failure to comprehend what makes a country a success story
The country cake is very small and plugging the hole of deficit is ill thought if the bedrock of it is incremental taxes.
By Brian Sedze Dec. 4, 2023
Put smallholder farmers in the climate info service framework
The first point of smallholder farmers exclusion is Dubai; they are not even there, but they need to participate in food production and improved farming.
By Peter Makwanya Dec. 4, 2023
When the opposition is weak, the people are exposed
For those who have invested in opposition parties as agents of change, the months since the August elections have been nothing but heartbreak.
By Tapiwa Gomo Dec. 4, 2023
Letters: Govt must correct electoral malpractices
Zec should comprehensively audit the voters rolls, proactively disclose all information on voter registration and provide stakeholders with meaningful and timely access to the final voters rolls.
By AMH Voices Dec. 4, 2023
Leaders must embrace strategic communication
Transformative communication is dialogical. It is characterised by empathetic listening, feedback and feed forward.
By Jonah Nyoni Dec. 2, 2023
Bleak 2024 beckons
Here is to the bleak 2024 for the working class and poor. Santa Mthuli stole Christmas.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Dec. 2, 2023
Of grace and generosity
Grace and peace be multiplied to you through knowledge.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Dec. 2, 2023
Media companies must move to digital business model to override the current crisis
The story is the same in Africa, Europe, South America, Asia and Australia — advertising-dependent businesses everywhere are feeling the heat.
By Dietmar Schantin Dec. 2, 2023
Navigating the World of Online Casinos: A comprehensive guide for South African players
The rise of online gambling has prompted South African regulatory bodies to adapt and respond.
By Newsday Dec. 1, 2023