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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.

Zacc pounces on councils

Yesterday, Zacc pounced on Guruve chief executive officer Tinos Marisa who is facing abuse of office charges.

By The NewsDay Jul. 19, 2022
Parastatals avoid AG scrutiny
Parastatals avoid AG scrutiny

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairperson Brian Dube raised the issue in the National Assembly while introducing a motion on the SEPs’ non-compliance.

By The NewsDay Jul. 14, 2022
No joy for civil servants

Government refused to cave in to demands by its employees’ representative, the Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions (ZCPSTU) for United States dollar salaries.

By The NewsDay Jul. 12, 2022
Govt orders Harare to pay US$1,5m for Pomona deal

Last month, Harare refused to settle a US$780 000 bill after resolving to suspend the 30-year waste management deal between the local authority and the Netherlands-based Geogenix BV fronted by businessman Delish Nguwaya.

By The NewsDay Jul. 12, 2022
Mpofu loses farm grab appeal

This was after Malunga had won a High Court order to stop Mpofu from evicting him.

By The NewsDay Jul. 12, 2022
Jonathan Moyo grilled over ‘CCC links’

Responding to Chan’s tweet, Moyo dismissed the claims and demanded that Chamisa should rectify the claims, although he admitted that he had an alliance with the opposition in 2017 during the November coup that removed the late former President Robert Mugabe from power.

By The NewsDay Jul. 12, 2022
30% youths abusing drugs: ZCLDN

ZCLDN’s revelations come in the wake of a significant increase in bed occupancy at the country’s mental health institutions of drug abuse-related illnesses.

By The NewsDay Jul. 12, 2022
Tough times ahead for border jumpers

In a statement last Friday, South Africa’s Home Affairs department said there was an influx of illegal immigrants from Zimbabwe using illegal crossing points.

By The NewsDay Jul. 12, 2022
Govt probes Beitbridge Hospital

“We are investigating a number of issues; yes, but we are failing to get proper evidence because no one is coming up with tangible evidence of who is doing what to enable us to recommend that those accused can be charged,” one Matsika said.

By The NewsDay Jul. 6, 2022
fastjet introduces Zim-Bots flights

This follows another launch in March of a direct flight between Victoria Falls and Mpumalanga, in South Africa.

By The NewsDay Jul. 5, 2022
ED heads for Marange

Early this year, Mnangagwa secretly visited the sect’s headquarters in Bocha following the death of its leader Noah Taguta.

By The NewsDay Jul. 5, 2022
‘Women underrepresented in ICT’

Machengete said this at Potraz’s fifth edition of the Hackathon held in Mutare last Friday

By The NewsDay Jul. 5, 2022
Pomonagate: Contractor demands US$780K for May

Harare has refused to settle the bill after resolving to suspend the US$320 million agreement for the management of the Pomona dumpsite, until a special committee set up by Harare mayor Jacob Mafume looks into the terms of the deal.

By The NewsDay Jul. 5, 2022
Govt unions confront PSC

Hundreds of workers yesterday picketed at the Public Service Association House along Livingstone Avenue in Harare after police, armed with baton sticks and shields blocked them from leaving the area.

By The NewsDay Jul. 5, 2022
‘Formal labour market faces demise’

Over 70% of the country’s citizens are now self-employed.

By The NewsDay Jul. 5, 2022
Zim heads for famine

The World Food Programme (WFP) said the country’s food crisis was expected to worsen by year end.

By The NewsDay Jul. 5, 2022
Workers turn heat on Mthuli

On Monday, Ncube presented new economic measures, but was mum on civil servants‘ salaries.

By The NewsDay Jun. 30, 2022
China donates new Parliament building to Zim

Government has, however, been describing the US$100 million project as one a of Zimbabwe’s many development successes.

By The NewsDay Jun. 30, 2022
What is happening at Local Government ministry?

Even President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s deafening silence and disquiet on this issue is worrying, especially given that he promised us that he would not brook any form of corruption in this government when he assumed power in 2017.

By The NewsDay Jun. 30, 2022
State frustrates Sikhala, Sithole’s bail hearing

Sikhala and Sithole were arrested after violence broke out in the Nyatsime area of Chitungwiza following the murder of CCC activist Moreblessing Ali by suspected Zanu PF activist Pius Mukandi, alias Jamba, who has since been arrested.

By The NewsDay Jun. 30, 2022
Bots jails Zimbo burglar

Evidence before the Francistown magistrates court showed that on March 23 this year Abraham Mahlani destroyed burglar bars and padlocks to gain entry into a house belonging to Thandeka Letsholo and Botho Amantle Mokgatle in Francistown’s Maipaafela location.

By The NewsDay Jun. 30, 2022
Teachers, nurses down tools

Government told NewsDay that it was concerned by the timing of the strike which is happening in the middle of salary negotiations.

By The NewsDay Jun. 20, 2022
Acting PG Mutsonziwa in soup

In a statement issued to the police by the complainant and gleaned by NewsDay, Siziba said the allegations pertain to Mutsonziwa’s conduct as a public prosecutor in the then Attorney-General’s Office.

By The NewsDay Jun. 20, 2022
Goblins ‘besiege’ school

The decision was made by village heads, villagers, parents and school authorities at a meeting held last week to discuss an emergency intervention on the reported goblins.

By The NewsDay Jun. 20, 2022
Inflation gnaws into CBZ profits

During the period under review, the Zimbabwe dollar depreciated by 31,06% to end the quarter at $142,42 against the United States dollar, down from $108,66 at the start of the period.

By The NewsDay Jun. 20, 2022
Chaibva disowns Twitter account

This came after the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) threatened to file a US1 million defamation lawsuit against him over the alleged tweet.

By The NewsDay Jun. 20, 2022
Bavada exposes evils in society

He also talked about sugar daddies who are corrupting ghetto sisters and exposing them to sexually transmitted diseases, adding that his main agenda was to highlight issues affecting the young generation.

By The NewsDay Jun. 9, 2022
Bank workers see red over Nssa contributions

Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister Paul Mavima promulgated Statutory Instrument (SI) 169 of 2021 which provides for a self-adjusting mechanism of contributions by workers.

By The NewsDay Jun. 9, 2022