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In Full: Thirty-sixth post-cabinet press briefing 6th December, 2022

Cabinet received and adopted Sundry Updates of the Mining Sector as presented by the Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Honourable Wiston Chitando.
Loosen stranglehold on institutions so they thrive
Loosen stranglehold on institutions so they thrive
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is not transparent in its dealings and enjoys limited independence from fiscal authorities, thus affecting the credibility of monetary policy.
By AMH Voices 22h ago
Feature: Cattle turn into new currency amid inflation in Zim
Inflation has meant that many people now abhor the local currency and rather prefer foreign currencies like the USD.
By IPS 22h ago
A festival of misinformation and propaganda
It should always be remembered that any instability in South Africa will affect its neighbours with a more than double return to sender effect on South Africa.
By Tapiwa Shumba 22h ago
Have black people failed to govern themselves?
In fact, all our major hospitals, schools, water bodies, power-generating stations, roads, houses, you name it, in Zimbabwe are the products of the colonial period.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Dec. 5, 2022
International Day of Persons with Disabilities: In the context of climate-induced disasters
It is not yet clear how many millions or thousands of tree seedlings found their roots firmly in the soils of Zimbabwe this time around.
By Peter Makwanya Dec. 5, 2022
The power of ‘mediumship’ in controlling societies
SOME scholars have argued that those who control religion, the media and the trading systems and structures control the world
By Tapiwa Gomo Dec. 5, 2022
Letters: An acid test for the opposition
The fact that there was no communication between the leader and the MPs who got the windfall of US$40 000 raises eyebrows.
By AMH Voices Dec. 5, 2022
Modernising the corporate communication strategy
You cannot use one stroke answer to remedy to communication complexities in your organisation.
By Jonah Nyoni Dec. 3, 2022
2023: Hope and trepidation
It cannot be argued otherwise, this is a bad debt and it will be underwritten by the State like always.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Dec. 3, 2022
Resurrected Christ; the believers life
Christianity subscribes incontestably to the incarnation of God in Jesus of Nazareth born of virgin Mary.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Dec. 3, 2022
Link between HIV and cancer
WORLDWIDE, about 35 million people are living with HIV and Aids. More than half of these live in sub-Saharan Africa. About half are women.
By Michelle Madzudzo Dec. 3, 2022
Zim not ready for free, fair elections
Opposition parties and civil society have been advocating for the implementation of reforms to restore trust in the electoral system
By Innocent Mpoki Dec. 2, 2022
Zim businesses must up their game
Patriotism, race, gender, religion or even sympathy should never and can never be a business strategy
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Dec. 2, 2022
Southern Africa’s smallholder farmers vulnerable
Tongaat Hulett’s mammoth sugar operations cover 119 000 hectares in South Africa
By Gaynor G Paradza Dec. 2, 2022
Feature: Zimbabwe’s stunning 80km safari train
This led British colonial officials and wildlife experts to question the wisdom of creating a protected area for animals that would be flanked by a functioning train.
By BBC News Dec. 1, 2022
2023 health budget should satisfy key areas
There is no doubt that many hospitals have obsolete equipment and they are also in dire need of essential drugs.
By Johannes Marisa Dec. 1, 2022
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
Collateral registry and access to credit
Removing this barrier can trigger significant increase in productivity, economic growth and development.
By Vince Musewe Dec. 1, 2022
The alternative Sona
The full potential of our economy will only be realised once land, our biggest asset after our people, is made bankable again.
By Trevor Ncube Dec. 1, 2022
Seize the chance to unite nation, now!
Your Excellency, upon commencement of your Presidency, you hastened to be ardently prodigal with the trust citizenry had deposited in you.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Nov. 30, 2022
Chamisa needs everybody’s support and sacrifice
Let’s be united against dictatorship. We should resist the divide and rule tactic being employed by the Zanu PF government.
By AMH Voices Nov. 30, 2022
Abstinence key to HIV/Aids fight
HIV/Aids has spread its tentacles to virtually every corner of the inhabited planet, leaving in its wake a trail of gloom and doom, characterised by widowed husbands/wives.
By Cuthbert Mavheko Nov. 30, 2022
Important to understand plight of internally displaced people
There is a single UNHCR definition for a refugee. Not so with internally displaced people. Each country has its own definition.
By Sikanyiso Masuku Nov. 30, 2022
In Full: Thirty-Fifth Post-Cabinet Press Briefing 29th November, 2022
Cabinet deliberated on the issue of Zimbabwe’s energy and power supply. A detailed statement on the matter will be issued by the Minister of Energy and Power Development.
By Ministry of Information Nov. 29, 2022
Letters: Zanu PF’s terrorism should come to a stop
Even if the police do get a successful prosecution against a Zanu PF member, he/she will get a pardon from President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
By AMH Voices Nov. 29, 2022
Leveraging a collaborative mindset for business
Builds a thriving culture — Collaboration is critical for building a thriving culture in an organisation.
By Clarice Mhoya Nov. 29, 2022
Constitutional democracy: To what extent are Zimbabweans free?
Yet those in power and their lapdogs still argue that  Zimbabweans are (meant to be) fully enjoying both political and economic freedoms.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Nov. 29, 2022