THE ZAPF 4TH QUARTER 2020 MAGAZINE THE COVID 19 pandemic will be with us for an unknown period. This is the new normal. It has called for an absolute new way of doing business. Pension Funds have to adapt to the new changes in order to survive the ongoing macro-economic turbulences. Read through the ZAPF 4th quarter magazine, to get an insight, on how the sector is adapting to new ways Read more Share...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail […]


  • Partnerships open powerful opportunities for positive change: Old Mutual
    Partnerships open powerful opportunities for positive change: Old Mutual Staff Reporter HARARE, OLD Mutual Group has honoured partners who have worked with it to positively impact the lives of stakeholders, customers and communities across the continent. The positive power of partnerships was celebrated at the second annual Old Mutual Partnership Awards ceremony held recently. The Partnership Awards Read more Share...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail […]


  • THE ZSE/ VFEX TODAY: ZSE firmer on Tuesday
    ZSE firmer today HARARE, The ZSE traded firmer today with most indices reducing the losses from previous sessions. The Mining Index gained 19.30 points, the Top Ten Index added 2.47 points and the benchmark All Share Index was up by 15.49 points. First Mutual Properties and Getbucks were the biggest gainers adding 20% whilst Dawn Properties was the biggest loser after easing 11.53%. The market breadth Read more Share...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail […]


  • Coronavirus: Student nurses ‘at risk’ without insurance on placement
    “It’s really scary. You don’t know what you’re going to face everyday,” Lizzy tells Newsbeat. She’s a student nurse and is on placement at the moment. Like many others working in a hospital right now, she’s finding it tough. But the difference for Lizzy and other student nurses and midwives is they’ve not been getting paid. This means they don’t Read more Share...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail […]


  • Term insurance: How much should your coverage amount be?
    Life insurance is one of the important pillars of personal finance. In the COVID-19 era, this has assumed greater significance. In case of the death of the insured individual during the policy term, the death benefit (a lump-sum amount) is paid by the insurance company to the beneficiaries named by the individual. If the person survives the tenure of the policy, he/she doesn’t get anything back. The Read more Share...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail […]