To stay informed, check out these leading local news sites. For a comprehensive list of all Zimbabwe newspapers and magazine click here.

Bulawayo24


Bulawayo24 was launched in 2010 as an online news service for Bulawayo (Zimbabwe). Bulawayo24.com is constantly updated to bring you the top news stories from Bulawayo and around the world.


BH24


BH24 is a prime daily business bulletin targeted at top business executives. It is part of Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980), the oldest newspaper publisher and commercial printer in Zimbabwe.


The Financial Gazette


First published in April 1969, the Financial Gazette is the oldest business and financial newspaper in the country. It is southern Africa’s leading business and political newspaper well known for its in-depth and authoritative reportage anchored on providing timely, accurate, fair and balanced news. It remains Zimbabwe’s most enduring independent newspaper.


NewsDay Zimbabwe


AMH is an independent media house free from political ties or outside influence. AMH has four newspapers, including NewsDay and Southern Eye, its daily newspapers. All AMH editorial boards are committed to delivering accurate and impartial news designed to inform the public debate and enable Zimbabweans to make educated choices.


The Sunday News



The Sunday News is part of the Bulawayo Branch of Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980). It targets the mass market with a content mix of news, features, arts, sports and business.


The Zimbabwe Independent


AMH is an independent media house free from political ties or outside influence. AMH has four newspapers, including the Zimbabwe Independent, a business weekly published every Friday. All AMH editorial boards are committed to delivering accurate and impartial news designed to inform the public debate and enable Zimbabweans to make educated choices.

The Chronicle


The Chronicle is part of the Bulawayo Branch of Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980). Its target audience is the mass market and its readership is mostly 22-50 year olds in high density residential areas.


The Herald Online


The Herald is part of the Harare Branch of Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980). It targets the mass market with a content mix of news, features, arts, sports and business.


politicsweb


Politicsweb is a website focused on the news and politics of Southern Africa.  It aims to provide its readers with breaking news, informed comment and opinion, and easy access to key online resources. It also intends to provide a forum for reasoned debate and welcomes comments and contributions.


New Zimbabwe


New Zimbabwe.com is the online edition of The New Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe’s weekly tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom.


The Standard



AMH is an independent media house free from political ties or outside influence. AMH has four newspapers, including The Standard – a weekly newspaper published every Sunday. All AMH editorial boards are committed to delivering accurate and impartial news designed to inform the public debate and enable Zimbabweans to make educated choices.


The Zimbabwean


Run by a group of committed and professional Zimbabwean journalists and friends from around the world who came together in 2005 to make a stand for freedom of the press in the face of a news blackout by the Zanu (PF) government in Zimbabwe. It also provides a platform for national dialogue via its various platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Letters to the Editor and the website.

The Daily News


All Daily News are held to the following charter: Upholding the highest standards of professional, independent, honest and responsible journalism; adhering to the constitution of Zimbabwe and working to deepen the country’s democracy, as well as engendering a culture of respect for human rights and clean governance in both the public and private sectors; recognising that editorial independence and commercial viability are closely linked; abiding by the Press Code and adhering to the highest ethical standards.


Kwayedza


Kwayedza is part of the Harare Branch of Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980). It is published in Shona and is distributed in Harare and Mashonaland Region.


The Southern Times


The Southern Times is part of the Harare Branch of Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980). It is distributed throughout the SADC region to the mass market. Its readers tend to be 30-45 years old.


The Sunday Mail


The Sunday Mail is part of the Harare Branch of Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980). Its readership is mostly comprised of 22-60 year olds in high-density residential areas.


The Zimbabwe Mail


The Zimbabwe Mail is a leading online daily newspaper. The Zimbabwe Mail is one of the largest comprehensive Internet media on the Internet for the Zimbabwean readership. As a leading key news website, it upholds the belief “authority and strength originate from the people”.


Zimbabwe Situation


Zimbabwe Situation is a daily archive from Zimbabwe covering every important and relevant media article, every day since March 2000. It is run by volunteers.


ZimEye


ZimEye is a spread out information-network market of professionals in various fields that include arts & journalism as practiced by many of its subscribers scattered across the globe. The objective is to expose at close range facts, myths, commentaries, and news-centric developments on Zimbabwe and Africa at large.

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