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

What a load of non sense!

We cannot just do any old thing with our lives, filling them with whatever comes into our head, with no connection.
By Tim Middleton Dec. 3, 2023
The colour of faithfulness
The colour of faithfulness
As the fact slowly sunk into their minds, the Head repeated that he believed that the girl deserved Colours, for her faithfulness, because she did what she could with what she had.
By Tim Middleton Nov. 12, 2023
Education: Casting a spell
In some countries, Halloween is something that is celebrated on 31st October, though as with many customs its original purpose is forgotten or ignored.
By Tim Middleton Nov. 5, 2023
Making a hash of it
Hashtags might be seen to be useful in saving time, energy and space, simply by pointing people in a few words to the heart of the matter, to what we stand for or believe (#bebrief).
By Tim Middleton Oct. 29, 2023
Ego mania
Consider then, some of the things people do on facebook or other social media platforms.
By Tim Middleton Oct. 22, 2023
I also have a dream
The fact is that we as humans and as society do judge people all the time.
By Tim Middleton Oct. 15, 2023
Celebration of collaboration
Of course, it is not only at the top level of sports that people have cheated.
By Tim Middleton Oct. 8, 2023
Raising a child riding a bike
Many parents may well have gone through one of the toughest and scariest experiences in their life, along the lines described above; teaching our own child to drive can be a haunting experience!
By Tim Middleton Sep. 24, 2023
B & P fosters digital transformation
With an enrollment of 756 learners at primary school and 630 at high school, B & P has turned out to be the most sought-after school in and outside Chitungwiza.
By Style Reporter Sep. 24, 2023
Sir Ramsay Melhuish: A diplomat’s love affair with Zim
Ramsay would always refer to this time as the making of him as a negotiator and diplomat.
By Andrew Melhuish Sep. 23, 2023
Parents as pianists
We may take the analogy further and consider that moving from becoming to being a parent will require a similar journey as someone moving to being a pianist.
By Tim Middleton Sep. 17, 2023
Incentive for initiative
People have been tired of the potholes in their roads and have taken to repairing them themselves, as those whose responsibility it is to look after the roads do not do so
By Tim Middleton Sep. 10, 2023
Just ask
We are encouraged to ask, if we want to show initiative. Asking questions, after all, creates openings.
By Tim Middleton Sep. 3, 2023
In it to win it
When a man goes out to go in, the men who are out, try to get him out, and when he is out, he goes in and the next man in goes out and goes in.
By Tim Middleton Aug. 27, 2023
The only failure
Henry Ford was more specific saying "There is no failure except the failure to serve one's purpose.
By Tim Middleton Aug. 20, 2023
Education: Siniority
The main problem with ‘seniority’ is that it is usually based on, and therefore confused with, superiority.
By Tim Middleton Aug. 13, 2023
The parable of eating out
Hard times fell on that city, making it hard for the patrons to continue to eat out but they did not want to forgo coming to that restaurant.
By Tim Middleton Aug. 6, 2023
The commonwealth in education
Parents must understand that each school is part of a bigger commonwealth and part of a bigger picture than simply that school.
By Tim Middleton Jul. 30, 2023
It is well!
The story of Horatio Spafford is an intriguing, inspiring and instructive one.
By Tim Middleton Jul. 23, 2023
I dig it all
Modern commentators have thus divided mankind into various categories, in relation to their approach to the advance of technology.
By Tim Middleton Jul. 16, 2023
See you in six years
Too many parents have passed the buck to schools to educate their child in areas that they should be doing, not least in life skills.
By Tim Middleton Jul. 2, 2023
How long is a piece of string?
The means of measurement may not take into consideration other important factors. Determining a school’s status on results is equally flawed.
By Tim Middleton Jun. 25, 2023
Open doors
Our modern world is too interested in the froth, the superficial, personality, and not in the truth, the substance, character.
By Tim Middleton Jun. 18, 2023
All the world’s a stage
It is not just the sports field that is a stage, but the home, the school, the workplace, the marketplace, the business world, the whole world.
By Tim Middleton Jun. 11, 2023
What every parent wants
We are not too worried if other people’s children do not have the best teacher, as long as our child has the best!
By Tim Middleton Jun. 4, 2023
Well, wells, welles
One hundred years later, who then is winning this race? Has civilisation advanced? How close to a catastrophe are we? Is education succeeding in this war of the world?
By Tim Middleton May. 28, 2023
A thing with thons
With great creativity, we now have Cyclathons, Readathons as well as Primary Spellathons, Singathons — there are ‘-thons’ sprouting out everywhere!   
By Tim Middleton May. 21, 2023
That’s not difficult
There is only one small problem with that, though. There are no difficult pupils or difficult classes!
By Tim Middleton May. 14, 2023