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.

Public procurement for private sector organisations

As public funds are being utilised, the scrutiny for cost-effectiveness and value for money is heightened, with emphasis on transparency and competition.
By Kudzai Chambisha 6h ago
Of selective application of the law and Mutsvangwa’s grievance
Of selective application of the law and Mutsvangwa’s grievance
Chris said he believed his political enemies, and by extension and his logic, enemies of President Emmerson Mnangagwa are behind his son’s arrest and persecution.
By Trevor Ncube May. 23, 2024
Citizenry are distraught by financial trauma
Your Excellency, like its predecessors, the ZiG is effete. It is much ado about nothing currency. Consequently, citizenry are distraught by financial trauma.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana May. 22, 2024
African mass markets shape social fabrics
Measurements and pricing preferences for diverse commodities are determined by buying patterns in mass/territorial markets.
By Charles Dhewa May. 22, 2024
South Africa extends military presence in Cabo Delgado amid rising tensions
South Africa's contingent, which comprises 1,495 soldiers, constitutes two-thirds of the SADC mission.
By Séraphin Ekane May. 21, 2024
We still have a long way to go
In fact, the easiest way to gauge a person’s social or economic status is through the things they pride the most in.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana May. 21, 2024
El Niño drought brews a disaster for people, wildlife
The country’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared a national disaster.
By Joshua Matanzima May. 21, 2024
Strategies for a more joyful, less stressful life
Overthinking often succeeds only in complicating our lives and robbing us of peace of mind.
By Rutendo Kureya May. 20, 2024
The calculated leap
Psychologically, risk-taking is influenced by innumerable factors: From personality traits and past experiences to cognitive biases and societal pressures.
By Jonah Nyoni May. 18, 2024
Viset must benefit from vast informal economy networks
Hobwani said his department recently activated an exercise to gather statistics on the number of people employed in the informal economy.
By AMH Voices May. 18, 2024
Zim red flag: Rising urban poverty
The situation is made worse by labour reports that have shown only about 15% of the Zimbabwe labour force is in formal employment, the rest is in the informal sector.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu May. 18, 2024
Game on, time to contest for Zanu PF leadership is now
Zimbabwe has witnessed challenges throughout its history, yet its people have demonstrated resilience and an unwavering commitment to progress.
By AMH Voices May. 18, 2024
Heart of flesh
We relate with the Father in Truth and Spirit. God is interested in salvation and truth.
By Erasmus Makarimayi May. 18, 2024
Football in Africa: A story of passion, talent, and unity
Africa has produced some of the most talented and celebrated footballers in the world.
By Newsday May. 17, 2024
It never rains but, it pours for Zimbabwe’s economy.
Compared to the US dollar, the value of the new ZiG currency is already decreasing.
By Dickson Chikwizo May. 17, 2024
The forgotten faces of war
So, the next time you hear about war on the news, remember the forgotten faces
By Kumbirai Thierry Nhamo May. 17, 2024
Thoughts on the continent’s debt crisis as Africa Day nears
Due to its strong reliance on commodity exports and lack of economic diversification, the continent is vulnerable to changes in international markets.
By Artwell Dzobo May. 17, 2024
Masvingo Hospital upgrade key for GZU Medical School
Zimbabwe has trained highly-knowledgeable medical personnel that continue to be hunted down by many developed countries of the world.
By Johannes Marisa May. 16, 2024
The calculus of Israel-Hamas war
The present, therefore, is not the time for Israel to end the war, but it could be for Hamas.
By Ignatius Tsuro May. 16, 2024
African food systems are better understood as food baskets not value chains
Climate change is opening people’s eyes to the fact that every commodity has a complement and a substitute.
By Charles Dhewa May. 15, 2024
ZiG is a marked down currency
It staggers the mind that ZiG was launched notwithstanding its convertibility challenges and inability to pay for fuel and passports.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana May. 14, 2024
Best budget-friendly places for Zimbabweans to invest in Dubai
The stability of the United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED), which is pegged to the US dollar, is one of the key reasons Zimbabwean investors are drawn to Dubai. 
By Newsday May. 14, 2024
Kaizen: The art of moving forward
The term Kaizen stems from two Japanese Kanji symbols. Kai meaning change and zen meaning good.
By Rutendo Kureya May. 14, 2024
So Zim ruling elite acknowledges there’s persecution in the country!
Her husband, who is the ruling Zanu PF party spokesman, Christopher Mutsvangwa, was not to be left out of the outburst.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana May. 14, 2024
Understanding THCA gummies: The ultimate consumer guide
Consumers are increasingly aware of the various cannabinoids and their specific effects, and THCA gummies meet a niche demand for non-psychoactive relief. 
By Newsday May. 14, 2024
Why monetary policy is important
It takes away our control of monetary policy and seriously undermines our central bank financially.
By Eddie Cross May. 13, 2024
When politics lead economics
Two decades after the country underwent the chaotic land reform, monetary policy has remained one of the biggest headaches
By Tapiwa Gomo May. 13, 2024
Volunteerism, the possible missing link in climate adaptation, mitigation
The passion for climate action and justice being displayed by diverse groups, organisations and institutions is not necessarily motivated by volunteerism.
By Peter Makwanya May. 13, 2024