Corporate Social Responsibility

ZOL Zimbabwe wants to give back to our society. We support many different causes in an effort to make Zimbabwe a better place for everyone.

Wild is life

The Wild is Life Trust is home to a number of elephant, lion, cheetah, ground pangolin, kudu, giraffe, wildebeest, sable, impala, duiker, tortoise and monkeys. The population is dynamic and where possible, the Trust will release suitable animals back into larger habitats. No animals are bought or sold at Wild is Life Trust.

Makomborero Zimbabwe

Makomborero Zimbabwe is a local Zimbabwean Trust set up by Mark and Laura Albertyn to serve their vision for helping low income families access A-level education and further their studies, seeing lives and families changed forever.  Makomborero Zimbabwe is a small trust which was set up in 2011.

Friends of Hwange

Friends of Hwange was formed on the back of the extreme drought of 2005 that severely affected Hwange National Park. The National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority of Zimbabwe, plagued by lack of funding and a decrease in tourist arrivals, did not have the funds to keep enough borehole pumps going. As a result, only a handful of waterholes had water and countless animals died.

Twala Trust Animal Sanctuary

The Twala Trust Animal Sanctuary is a Non-profit organization based just outside Harare in Zimbabwe. The Trust is run by Sarah Carter and resident veterinarian Dr Vinay Ramlaul, together with a dedicated team of staff and volunteers. The focus of Twala is to provide a nurturing and safe haven for animals and birds in need.

SHAI childhood cancer foundation

SHAI childhood cancer foundation was founded as an organization based from a place of personal experience. This lived experience helped the trustees to realise the needs and the plight of mothers and their children who stay on the ward, often for many weeks at a time awaiting treatment. In order to support these families and help them have the strength and courage to fight childhood cancer, SHAI was formed.

Dzikwa trust

The word “dzikwa” means being on firm ground/having a strong foundation. Their work is direct grassroots assistance for the benefit of the most vulnerable children in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe International Trade Fair

ZOL Zimbabwe provided free internet at this year’s edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF).

Musi Trust Zim

Musi Trust Zimbabwe is a registered charity organization recognized as a leader in the mobilization of resources to support marginalized communities.

St Joseph’s home for boys

St Joseph House for Boys has been a home to orphaned, abandoned, abused, neglected, marginalized and disadvantaged boys since 1929.

Island Hospice

Island Hospice & Healthcare (Island) was established in 1979 as the first hospice in Africa. Island is a registered Private Voluntary Organisation (PVO# W.O 27/9) with branches in Bulawayo, Harare, Marondera and Mutare. The organization provides quality palliative and bereavement care to patients facing life threatening illnesses (such as HIV, cancer and dementia) and their families to reduce suffering and pain and improve quality of life. In 2017 Island Hospice & Healthcare was chosen by the World Health Organization to be evaluated to be a demonstration site for Africa.

Aware trust

AWARE is the only veterinary conservation trust in Zimbabwe run by veterinarians, focusing on the welfare of wildlife and conservation of wildlife habitats.

Harare international festival of the arts (HIFA)

HIFA is a 6-day annual festival and workshop programme that showcases the very best of local, regional and international arts and culture featuring theatre, dance, music, circus, street performance, fashion, spoken word and visual arts.

Start-up challenge

Since 2010, the ZOL Start-Up Challenge has been giving innovative and creative potential entrepreneurs the chance to explore and execute their visions with the help of a select panel of Start-Up experts as well as essential financial support.

Boost fellowship – enactus

ZOL Zimbabwe provided internet services for this year’s Enactus Event in Zimbabwe. Enactus is housed under the BOOST Fellowship and has been an operational program for them since 2004.

Enhancing education

We believe in every human being's universal right to access the Internet as it is the easiest way to be part of the global village.