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.

  • Marketing
  • Digital Marketing Manager: tmutambara@alphamedia.co.zw
  • Tel: (04) 771722/3
  • Online Advertising
  • Digital@alphamedia.co.zw
  • Web Development
  • jmanyenyere@alphamedia.co.zw

Women’s Bank under fire

In January, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe red flagged corporate governance standards at the financial institution and said it was working with the Women’s Bank to address them.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 5, 2023

Of the RBZ monies to stockpile metal reserves

The RBZ will have the full discretion on which minerals to collect depending on the prevailing market prices and value of such assets.
By Vince Musewe Feb. 3, 2023

RBZ backdates royalties collection

In a statement yesterday, central bank governor John Mangudya said the measures would be implemented dating back to October 1, 2022.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jan. 26, 2023

NGO pledges to boost youth businesses

To link youth entrepreneurs who need financial assistance with big business people in Zimbabwe.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 16, 2023

New Perspectives: Reflection on budget blues

An exasperated Treasury boss had to trim the 2023 budget bids by a whopping two thirds to come up with a 2023 National Budget of just under US$4 billion.
By Tapiwa Nyandoro Jan. 13, 2023

SMEs drive developing countries’ economies

Formal SMEs contribute up to 40% of national income (GDP) in emerging economies. These numbers are significantly higher when informal SMEs are included. 
By World Bank Jan. 8, 2023

Letters: Local authorities have a lot to improve

Local authorities must increase integrity and accountability in procurement, independent monitoring and oversight mechanisms.
By Amh Voices Jan. 7, 2023

Free education ‘political banter’: Analysts

The analysts said the programme was unsustainable as Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s 2023 national budget statement did not make provisions for it.
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Jan. 5, 2023

We can improve health service delivery in 2023: Here is how

Lockdowns were lifted as the pandemic showed signs of regression as evidenced by incidence rate, prevalence, morbidity, case fatality rate and mortality.
By Johannes Marisa Dec. 30, 2022