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.

Can Africa Mining Vision unlock Zim’s potential for sustainable development and governance?

This has resulted in unsustainable levels of illicit flows and corruption within the sector.
By Mbongeni Nhliziyo and Thubelihle Ncube Jun. 14, 2024
Plant-Based Hydration Stations
Plant-Based Hydration Stations
Sports venues need these types of plant-based hydration stations
By Newsday Jun. 14, 2024
TikTok activism: how queer Zimbabweans use social media to show love and fight hate
Despite the benefits of social media like TikTok, it’s important to acknowledge that it can also perpetuate discrimination and violence.
By Gibson Ncube and PRINCESS SIBANDA Jun. 13, 2024
Zimbabwe needs you, stand up and be counted
The opposition must be a coming together of the bold, virtuous and visionary among us and not a congregation of the brave, inept and unprincipled.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 13, 2024
How dialogue, documentation can preserve local food knowledge
When dialogue contextualises a topic which communities have always wished they had, local people see the need for their knowledge to be documented.
By Charles Dhewa Jun. 12, 2024
Zim a daunting nightmare for citizenry
There are no fundamental eventualities of the dawn of the new and the sunset of the old. If you ask me, the currency and familiarity of the old is still in perpetuity.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Jun. 12, 2024
Pro-Kremlin Disinformation in Zimbabwe: A mix of state and non-state actors’ influence
The close allegiance of ZANU PF and the Kremlin dating back to the struggle for Zimbabwe’s independence has necessitated a pro-Russian narrative.
By Newsday Jun. 11, 2024
Emotional mastery: The importance of learning how to control emotions
Rather, we are choosing how we respond to the world around us.
By Rutendo Kureya Jun. 11, 2024
ED’s reckless statement to Putin positions Zim as a security threat
As a matter of fact, Zimbabwe is one of those countries that has benefited immensely from this “see no evil, hear no evil and say no evil” policy maintained by Sadc.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Jun. 11, 2024
The forgotten intrapersonal level of communication related to the environment
This vital knowledge becomes dangerous when it is abused in passing wrong decisions about the environment.
By Peter Makwanya Jun. 10, 2024
Is South Africa at a political crossroad?
It is either the ANC is too patient in addressing life-threatening problems, or it is ready to retire after fighting for the freedom of the black majority since 1912.
By Tapiwa Gomo Jun. 10, 2024
Employee Engagement Mistakes Every Business Should Avoid
Leaders take generic measures for their firm
By Newsday Jun. 9, 2024
South Africa’s Top 5 Casino Resorts
Kickstarting our list is the Wild Coast Sun. Nestled on the stunning Wild Coast, this resort is perfect for those who want to mix beach vibes with the thrill of the casino.
By Newsday Jun. 8, 2024
MyStake Casino: A Review Of Its Casino Games Library
Each of these providers has a great reputation in the casino industry, with most of their products known for their fairness and the RNG (random number generator) technology.
By Newsday Jun. 8, 2024
We are sealed with the Holy Spirit
Many have failed to exercise spiritual authority because of wrong teaching. We are born of the Spirit.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Jun. 8, 2024
Zim missed an opportunity in Korea
These summits are about how these powers can have mutual developmental projects with Africa.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Jun. 8, 2024
Leading with context
A good promise by one might seem too overly and overtly charismatic. One’s silence might be taken for despotism or autocracy.
By Jonah Nyoni Jun. 8, 2024
Trump followers need major moral re-think
Jesus fundamentally was about non-violence, genuine compassion and non-wealth.
By AMH Voices Jun. 8, 2024
Africa-Paris declaration on energy transition, climate justice and energy poverty
The Forum brought together key stakeholders from across the continent and beyond to address the pressing energy challenges facing Africa.
By NJ Ayuk Jun. 7, 2024
SA’s political crossroads: The ANC’s critical decision
After three decades of unparalleled dominance, the ANC must now navigate the uncharted territory of coalition politics to form the next government.
By Leo Muzivoreva Jun. 7, 2024
The transformative potential of satellite, AI technologies in the African context
This includes basic computer skills, online safety awareness, ethical considerations and critical thinking for evaluating information online.
By Tororiro Isaac Chaza Jun. 7, 2024
The Knowledge Academy Distance Learning Programmes: Expand Your Horizons
The Knowledge Academy ensures students can choose classes that match their interests and professional goals by offering courses in various academic areas
By The Standard Jun. 6, 2024
A consensus is forming for IMF reform
Corporate governance principles suggest a need for more equitable representation and independence in decision-making processes.
By William Ruto Jun. 6, 2024
Caution: Drought relief scandal ahead
Forty-two years ago, two years after political independence, corruption levels were tame compared to the current rampant levels.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 6, 2024
Developing local capacity to handle food is the best way to stop food imports
A few months down the road, the same communities will be requesting food aid or remittances from relatives in cities or the diaspora.
By Charles Dhewa Jun. 5, 2024
Your governance does not spring from the will of the people
It is a burden for citizenry to secure necessities given that Zimbabwe is not governed by the immutable principles of accountability and equitability, neither is it by transparency.
By Cyprian Ndawana Jun. 5, 2024
The importance of setting healthy boundaries
Boundaries help us define when and how we choose to live our lives and interact with those around us. If we are not deciding these things, then who is?
By Rutendo Kureya Jun. 4, 2024
Injustice of  Patriotic Bill in Zimbabwe 
 In the present form of the bill, injuring the sovereignty and national interest of Zimbabwe is criminalised under section 22A of the Criminal Law Act.
By Diana Machingauta Jun. 4, 2024