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Zamco winds up operations ahead of sunset

Zamco chief executive Cosmas Kanhai told Standardbusiness that the report will also incorporate final audited financials.
By Business Reporter May. 28, 2023

Keep checking on your pension status, workers told

This issue has been a long-standing problem in the country, where some companies have been accused of using employee pension contributions for their own purposes
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 21, 2023

New NSSA boss reads riot act

The report, according to Fundira, was scheduled to be released to the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) on Friday last week.
By Freeman Makopa May. 15, 2023

New board chair vows to rescue Nssa

Fundira spoke after meeting Nssa bosses yesterday, following his appointment.
By Freeman Makopa May. 12, 2023

Fundira appointed NSSA board chairperson

His appointment follows the resignation of Percy Toriro as chairperson in March before the expiry of his term.
By Priveledge Gumbodete May. 12, 2023

Zim prioritises social security and workplace safety

The webinar aimed to discuss the critical role of social security and workplace safety in achieving national strategies and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Number 8.
By Loyola Nyangoni Apr. 16, 2023

Social protection interventions: Is Zimbabwe on the right path?

UNDP notes that it is important to promote and strengthen non-contributory benefits supported by national laws as a horizontal extension
By Samuel Wadzai Apr. 14, 2023

NSSA frets over spike in workplace accidents

Charles Shava said the metal production sector recorded more workplace accidents, with an incidence rate of 31,2 per 1 000 insured labour force.
By Loyola Nyangoni Apr. 14, 2023

High Court piles more misery on Mupfumira

High Court justices Benjamin Chikowero and Rodgers Manyangadze, however, dismissed her application saying there was no reason to interfere with the lower court’s ruling.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 13, 2023