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Shiri/Inyoni Funeral Plan changing women’s lives

BY Tafadzwa Chidoori Shiri/Inyoni Funeral Plan has brought relief to women who do not have professional qualifications and are finding it hard to get jobs. Juliet Ajara, a Doves Independent Partner says that the Shiri/Inyoni Funeral...

One on one with the lady who radicalised financial services in Zimbabwe

My grandfather used to wake up early in the morning every last Friday of the month to catch the only bus that could ferry him from Mazvimba in Chirumanzu, district to go and pay...

Media should do away with negative stereotypes of women in insurance

BY Tafadzwa Chidoori For long Insurance and financial reporting has been the domain for man. Very few women practice fidnancial and insurance reporting in Zimbabwe. Risk and Insurance Zimbabwe (RI) managed to have a talk...

Muregi-Pundu’s unique breakthrough

Making a costly mistake that puts one’s job a risk is the last thing any employee would want in their lifetime, but for award-winning businesswoman, Peace Muregi-Pundu, the one mistake that almost cost her...

Time for women in risk to stand up and be counted

BY Liz Booth International Women’s Day 2017 was celebrated last week, and women in risk management were no exception. The UK’s Institute of Risk Management (IRM), which includes a chapter in Kenya as well as in...

Women in risk – changing times

BY Liz Booth Female risk managers across the world are marking International Women’s Day 2017 today. The UK’s Institute of Risk Management (IRM), which includes a chapter in Kenya as well as in South Africa, has...

Women still have a long way to go to attain senior-level risk management positions

The number of women in risk management leadership roles is increasing, but the field is dominated by men. By: Anne Freedman Women still have a long way to go to attain senior-level risk management positions, according...
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