×

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.

Chicken Inn keep chasing.

Bulawayo City, also struggling in the relegation zone are travelling to Zvishavane to face FC Platinum at Mandava Stadium tomorrow.
By Fortune Mbele Sep. 24, 2022
Check exterior before buying a car
Check exterior before buying a car

The exhaust system can be an expensive item to repair. Use the mirror to peek under the vehicle and inspect the system for holes, rust, or any ‘rigs’ to hold up the exhaust. I.E., coat hangers or copper wire Another item to look for is the Catalytic Converter, which is an essential part of the exhaust system Most counties […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 1, 2021
How Does A Carburetor Work?

A carburetor is responsible for injecting the correct amounts of air and fuel into a gasoline engine to help it operate properly.  The carburetor is designed with a tubular shaped center, and has an adjustable valve (throttle plate) that opens and closes as pressure is applied to or released from the gas pedal. The amount […]

By The Standard Jul. 28, 2021
Zimra tightens screw on flyafrica

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) on Tuesday issued a seven-day notice to flyafrica to pay arrears amounting to $2 546 460,41, as problems mount for the grounded low cost carrier.

By The NewsDay Dec. 17, 2015
Fastjet partners ZTA ahead of tourism expo

THE planned low-cost carrier, fastjet Zimbabwe, has partnered with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) to bring a Tanzanian delegation of tour operators and media to the Sanganai/Hlanganani Tourism Expo in Harare.

By The NewsDay Jun. 18, 2015
FlyAfrica launches Harare-Joburg flight

ZIMBABWE’s newest kid on the airline block, FlyAfrica, yesterday launched its inaugural Harare-Johannesburg flight where it is charging $89 (including taxes), one way.

By The NewsDay Nov. 4, 2014
FlyAfrica launches Harare-Joburg flight

ZIMBABWE’s newest kid on the airline block, FlyAfrica, yesterday launched its inaugural Harare-Johannesburg flight where it is charging $89 (including taxes), one way.

By The NewsDay Nov. 4, 2014
Econet launches vehicle tracking system

ECONET Wireless has launched a vehicle tracking system capitalising on its massive investment in the infrastructure backbone.

By The NewsDay Oct. 16, 2014
Econet launches vehicle tracking system

ECONET Wireless has launched a vehicle tracking system capitalising on its massive investment in the infrastructure backbone.

By The NewsDay Oct. 16, 2014
Engen targets 80 service stations

ENGEN Petroleum Zimbabwe, a joint venture between local investors and Malaysian oil company PETRONAS, says it will grow its service stations network countrywide.

By The NewsDay Oct. 16, 2014
Engen targets 80 service stations

ENGEN Petroleum Zimbabwe, a joint venture between local investors and Malaysian oil company PETRONAS, says it will grow its service stations network countrywide.

By The NewsDay Oct. 16, 2014
Emirates offers discount to travellers

ONE of the world’s leading airlines, Emirates, is offering discounts of up to 25% to travellers from Harare to selected destinations.

By The NewsDay Sep. 19, 2014
Pioneer ups stake in Trentyre

PIONEER Corporation Africa Limited has upped its stake in tyre manufacturer Trentyre Zimbabwe to 51% as the listed transport and logistics company expands its horizon.

By The NewsDay Sep. 16, 2014
Fastjet introduces third Harare-Dar flight

TANZANIA-BASED budget carrier, Fastjet, will today introduce its third weekly flight between Harare and Dar es Salaam to meet the increased demand for the service.

By The NewsDay Aug. 7, 2014
NRZ revival by year-end: Mpofu

THE National Railways of Zimbabwe is on the verge of clinching a recapitalisation package with undisclosed investors.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2014
New airline recruits

A NEW Zimbabwean airline, which is due to make its maiden flight from Victoria Falls in July, has embarked on a recruitment drive for cabin crew and pilots.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2014
Mabena bounces back at NRZ

FIFTEEN years after leaving the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) as general manager, Alvord Mabena was recalled yesterday.

By The NewsDay Jun. 12, 2014
Zim targets 40 airlines by 2018

ZIMBABWE plans to have 40 airlines flying into the country by 2018, nearly trebling the current figures.

By The NewsDay May. 14, 2014
Debt scuttles AirZim plans

STATE-OWNED national carrier Air Zimbabwe reportedly failed to resume flights to London.

By The NewsDay Jan. 28, 2014
Zera probe exposes four petroleum firms

FOUR fuel operators were last year found guilty of operating without licences and violating fuel quality regulations.

By The NewsDay Jan. 9, 2014
Govt on NRZ revival

GOVERNMENT has signed a non‒disclosure agreement with financial institutions to fund the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) revival programme.

By The NewsDay Nov. 8, 2013
Govt on NRZ revival

GOVERNMENT has signed a non‒disclosure agreement with financial institutions to fund the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) revival programme.

By The NewsDay Nov. 8, 2013
Toyota keeps top spot in auto sales rankings

Toyota Motor Corp kept its lead over rivals General Motors Co and Volkswagen AG this year, January-September global sales figures showed

By The NewsDay Oct. 29, 2013
$10,5m scanners for Zimra

GOVERNMENT’S fight against the smuggling of goods across the country’s borders received a major boost after China donated three mobile scanners to Zimra.

By The NewsDay Oct. 21, 2013
Ethanol uptake doubles

ETHANOL uptake more than doubled to 2,2 million litres in September from July’s consumption spurred by the introduction of E5 mandatory blending.

By The NewsDay Oct. 15, 2013
Rolls-Royce sees Asia’s desire for luxury driving growth

SINGAPORE — Phantoms, ghosts and now wraiths are stalking the streets of Asia and Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, the chief executive of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, could not be more pleased.

By The NewsDay Oct. 9, 2013
Mugabe pushes for E20

ZIMBABWE’S petroleum players are expected to comply with new mandatory blending levels by April next year as government pushes to contain the country’s import bill.

By The NewsDay Sep. 19, 2013
Air Zim appoints new acting boss

NATIONAL airline Air Zimbabwe has appointed corporate quality, safety and security head Edmund Makona as the new acting chief executive officer, taking over from Innocent Mavhunga who had also been in acting capacity for the executive post since 2011.

By The NewsDay Sep. 17, 2013