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NewsDay

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.

Rewriting history: Youth Day

Mugabe is part of the young black leaders who were at the coalface of fighting for independence since his mid 20s
By Paidamoyo Muzulu 9h ago
A wonderful opportunity to build a patriotic opposition beckons
A wonderful opportunity to build a patriotic opposition beckons
Zimbabwe’s opposition is mortally wounded from ruling Zanu PF party street-smarts and brute force.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 22, 2024
Structured currency may require a change of public perceptions
Be that as it may, I hold that the decision could have been delayed a bit further, particularly if the desire was to continue to hold the rate of inflation down.
By Prosper Munyedza Feb. 22, 2024
Zim media facing hurdles in holding govt accountable
In Zimbabwe, where political dynamics can be complex and government transparency is sometimes lacking, a free media is vital to ensure information flows freely and citizens are well-informed.
By GARY GERALD MTOMBENI Feb. 22, 2024
Zim is in hands of callous ruling elite
He threw at them some below the belt punches.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Feb. 21, 2024
The counter productivity of fragmented investment systems
The absence of handling facilities in mass markets also constrain traders in terms of commodities they can buy in bulk and store before they start incurring losses.
By Charles Dhewa Feb. 21, 2024
Ignoring the boy child perpetuates violence against women
Issues of low self-esteem and insecurity on the part of the perpetrator also play a vital role in gender-based violence (GBV). This realisation was frightening!
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Feb. 20, 2024
The crisis of electoral integrity in Zim
Elections not only allow for participation and legitimacy, but also facilitate the peaceful transfer of power, making it feasible to hold the powerful accountable.
By Runyararo Ndaramo Feb. 20, 2024
Zim authorities detain suspects indefinitely, despite laws
The Constitution provides for compensation when the arrested person has not been accorded their rights. These rights include release from detention within 48 hours of the initial arrest.
By Global Press Journal Feb. 20, 2024
Decoloniality vs mental re-orientation
African victories are not determined by the applause from the people but by Western institutions. It is the same with elections.
By Tapiwa Gomo Feb. 19, 2024
Climate-induced drought firmly upon us, possible lessons for future preparedness
In all this scenario, preparedness is key and countries need to invest in early warning systems, communication and awareness to save lives.
By Peter Makwanya Feb. 19, 2024
The climate debate on role of livestock misses the mark
Africa needs to be able to realise the full potential of its livestock sector as a driver for development, and this has been recognised by the African Union in its Agenda 2063.
By AMH Voices Feb. 17, 2024
Introduction to Jesus Christ’s testimony
If one is testifying as a born again believer, s/he is not the past person. In Christ, we are new creatures/creation.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Feb. 17, 2024
Unpacking news participation and online engagement over time
Now, as publishers and journalists increasingly worry about news avoidance and disengagement, they are also grappling with a “new normal” of more online .
By Kirsten Eddy Feb. 17, 2024
Diplomacy and protocol for captains of industry
Maintaining a polished and professional appearance sets the tone for diplomatic interactions, instilling confidence and respect among counterparts.
By Jonah Nyoni Feb. 17, 2024
Zim’s futile dance with IMF
Is Mnangagwa and his Cabinet ready to bite the bullet and implement the demanded reforms? To a great extent, the answer is an emphatic no!
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Feb. 17, 2024
Behind the Baobab Curtain: Putin’s adventures are reshaping Africa
The split was a blow to Nigerian President Bola Tinubu, who became chairman of Ecowas only five weeks before the 26 July coup in Niger.
By PHILLIP VAN NIEKERK Feb. 16, 2024
Pastor Chris' healing streams kicks off this March
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome is widely regarded as a leader in the Christian community, impacting lives globally through his ministry and teachings.
By Newsday Feb. 16, 2024
Unlocking the potential of urban waste management
Recognising the value that waste pickers bring to communities and the environment is crucial.
By Tonderayi Matonho Feb. 16, 2024
Zim leaders are from Mars
As such, the rich will only get richer, while the poor get poorer.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Feb. 16, 2024
Our central hospitals cry for serious attention
If Wicknell Chivhayo can purchase cars worth millions of dollar for artists, I do not think he will refuse to sort the miserable water system at Sally Mugabe Hospital if he is approached.
By Johannes Marisa Feb. 15, 2024
Press freedom is everyone’s responsibility
Journalists have allowed themselves to be answerable to politicians.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 15, 2024
Silenced Voices: The Struggle for basic human Rights Within Chikurubi Maximum Prison”
The saga of Tungamirai Madzokere is one that weaves together resilience, injustice, and redemption.
By ZimRights Feb. 14, 2024
On the festival of ashes, roses and rights
Today is Rights Wednesday at the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights), a day that we spotlight various aspects of human rights every week. 
By Dzikamai Bere Feb. 14, 2024
Exploring Career Paths Through Astrology
Horoscope.net is a great way to start your journey into the fascinating world of astrology
By Newsday Feb. 14, 2024
Withdraw Zimdollar from circulation
As a matter of fact, probity warrants that government’s determination to get on top of the price crisis is achievable only by withdrawing the Zimdollar from circulation.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Feb. 14, 2024
Feature: Politicians, dubious offer letters spur farm evictions
They were remanded in custody for two weeks after being arrested for occupying Gelyksvlei (Lazy Five) Farm in Karoi, Hurungwe district in Mashonaland West province.
By Sydney Kawadza and Nunurai Jena Feb. 13, 2024
Zim can kiss salvation goodbye
That is how we are so easily manipulated by those in power — as the ruling party blames the opposition, and in turn, the opposition faults the ruling party.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Feb. 13, 2024