Zimpapers acknowledges the importance of having the support and approval of its employees, stakeholders and the community it operates in. This includes treating employees fairly and being a good neighbor and community member, both locally and globally. We focus on retention and engagement and protection strategies, including more responsive pandemic programs, benefits such as better maternity and paternity benefits, flexible scheduling, and learning and development opportunities. There are several ways and programs we give back to the communities, including fundraising, sponsorship, scholarships and investment in local public projects. On a global social scale, Zimpapers strives to be mindful and aware of how its supply chain is being filled.
Cyclone Idai Donations
THE country’s leading multi media organisation, Zimpapers, and its partners have donated an assortment of food stuffs and other items to families affected by Cyclone Idai which killed hundreds and left thousands homeless in Chimanimani, Chipinge and some parts of Masvingo. Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited (Zimpapers) has come to the rescue of over 1 000 learners at Chikukwa Primary School in Chimanimani who were displaced by Cyclone Idai last year, after it undertook to build a classroom block that will accommodate about 100 learners.