Stanchart leaves trail of ‘distress’... pensioners petition London head office over looting claims

Timmy Nheru, managing director at Minerva, refuted the allegations, saying: “The information is readily available. The pensioners never asked to see those documents.”
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 24, 2024

Ncube summoned to Parliament over 2009 pension losses

Pensioners who had worked for several years had their pension values reduced to as low as US$0,80c.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Apr. 19, 2024

Why is Portugal's D7 visa a smart choice for investors?

If you get a D7 visa or a retirement visa, you will get to enjoy a number of benefits. What are they?
By Newsday Feb. 3, 2024

Are pension funds finally resetting?

Individuals too encounter, at the point of choosing the appropriate retirement product, regret risk.
By Gandy Gandidzwana and Itai Mukadira Dec. 21, 2023

Pensioners lose US$90K to stranger

Kanjoma allegedly then met Museza in Harare, who allegedly promised to facilitate the quick release of their funds on condition that he was made a signatory to their bank account.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 25, 2023

Former Clerk of Parliament Zvoma dies

A senior Parliament of Zimbabwe official confirmed Zvoma’s death today.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 10, 2023

Can the judiciary be guided by flawed legislation?

The failure to include pensioners’ interests was despite the pensioners’ vehement protestations.
By Martin Tarusenga Jul. 28, 2023

Pensioners demand US$ NSSA payouts

Mcijo said NSSA had been turned into a looting trough while the beneficiaries that include widows/widowers, orphans and retirees lived in abject poverty.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 10, 2023

Pensioners join ED campaign trail

Former Clerk of Parliament Austin Zvoma, who leads the group, told NewsDay Weekender that the association had over 20 000 members as of early this week.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Dec. 17, 2022