Pensions must have provision for future increases -Shoniwa

The pension industry has had a lot of issues to deal with from hyperinflation, high contribution arrears, prescribed assets performance and many others. 

This week Insurance 24 (I24)  was privileged to get in touch with a seasoned pensions expert, Peter Shoniwa (PS) who ,in his own capacity shared his thoughts on these issues.

Below are the excerpts of the interview

I24:

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“No Prospects Of Economic Recovery Under The Zanu PF Government,” – MDC-T Leader

A senior official in the opposition MDC-T, Abednico Bhebhe has expressed pessimism over the prospects of economic recovery under the governing ZANU PF.

He made the remarks while talking to the Daily News on Sunday Staff Writer Jeffrey Muvundusi in a wide-ranging interview which also discussed on the reports of human rights violations in the country. Below are the excerpts.

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Tension Continues To Mount As Zimbabwean Economy Falters

Protests in Zimbabwe are steadily becoming more irritated as the coronavirus pandemic inflames the country’s pre-existing issues. By The Organization for World Peace

Since gaining its independence from the United Kingdom in 1980, Zimbabwe has been characterized by a weak economy, poor leadership, human rights violations, and general corruption. The British took interest in this African region for its abundance of precious metals and ores, but the policies that have been enacted since 1980 have only driven Zimbabwe into deeper poverty. Now, the near-16.5 million

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