AMH journalists scoop awards

Ipec board chairperson Albert Nduna urged the media to promote financial literacy to raise the public’s awareness of insurance and pensions.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 7, 2024

Revealed: Net closes in on Chinese 'fraud kingpin'

The Supreme Court reserved judgement at the end of the hearing after it received as evidence, an affidavit from the registrar general Henry Tawona Machiri.
By Tangai Chipangura Mar. 24, 2024

Zim’s media sector at crossroads

Mafukidze said the Zimbabwean media cannot continue to operate in silos in order to be competitive.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 24, 2024

AMH journo nominated for international award

Phiri is among nine other Zimbabwean ladies in media to be nominated in these awards, leaving Zimbabwe as the country with most nominations.
By Style Reporter Mar. 24, 2024

Fifth International Renewable Energy Conference resolutions

The Energy and Power Development ministry should expedite the crafting of the integrated resource plan guided by the experience of Zambia and other African countries.
By The Standard Mar. 17, 2024

Zim debt now about US$23 billion

We have seen new technologies also coming in so we are reviewing that policy and we are going to receive assistance from various partners while as a ministry we have put it in our budget.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 29, 2024

International conference to focus on sustainable renewable energy future

The Bretton Woods Institution encouraged the government to quickly adopt renewable energy projects as energy demand is expected to reach 5 177 megawatts by 2030.
By Belinda Chiroodza Feb. 23, 2024

AMH journalists up for Nama gongs

The nominations of Dube, Zebra and Muleya follows their incisive news coverage of diverse arts and culture stories.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 10, 2024

AMH arts journalists setting the bar high

AMH publishes NewsDay, The Standard, Zimbabwe Independent, Southern Eye and operates Heart & Soul Broadcasting Services (HStv).
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 9, 2024