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

BCC owed US$5m in rates arrears

Ruzive said failure by its debtors to clear all their outstanding bill was affecting council’s ability to provide services efficiently and clear its debt with various creditors.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 28, 2023

BCC switches to US$ billing system

Council finance chairperson councillor Tawanda Ruzive told Southern Eye that they have also decided as a department to switch their accounts to foreign currency.
By Patricia Sibanda Jun. 17, 2023

Incomplete Luveve Road riles councillors

Councillor Felix Mhaka questioned why there was no progress in the rehabilitation of Luveve Road.
By Zanele Ndlovu Jun. 15, 2023

BCC dangles discounts to compliant residents

He said those paying their bills in foreign currency would get better deals as the local authority sought to encourage residents to pay their bills in foreign currency.
By Patricia Sibanda Jun. 12, 2023

Uproar over council bills

“We have received a lot of complaints  from the residents concerning the  water billing  system,” Dube said.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 28, 2023

‘Slash senior citizens’ bills by 50%’

Council’s finance and development committee chairperson, Tawanda Ruzive said allowing the elders to pay half bills would cripple council operations.
By Zanele Ndlovu Mar. 8, 2023

Shock as BCC dishes out $4m bills

Ruzive’s remarks came after residents raised concerns over the high bills saying they never saw council staff at their homes reading meters to justify the charges.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 21, 2023

BCC plans to set up ward retention fund committees

The WRF is a development scheme which entails setting aside 3% of all funds received from payment of services billed to residents for developmental activities in the ward.
By Nizbert Moyo Jan. 6, 2023

Residents demand ward-specific budget

Bulawayo City Council (BCC) finance and development committee chairperson Tawanda Ruzive presented a US$157,99 million revenue budget.
By Zanele Ndlovu Dec. 11, 2022