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Africa is changing every day. But what matters to her people, never will.
Every sunrise brings more stories of community heroes, unwavering support against the odds and people with a passion to help those who need it most. And every day we witness the way that people and communities across the continent overcome the impossible and work together to rewrite our shared future.

These success stories are what inspired our documentaries.

These are stories of hope, of perseverance and the sheer will to innovate, overcome and thrive in the face of challenges and adversity. Stories that demonstrate how we are here for you – and for all those who continue working for Africa, and her people’s future.
Facing the challenges of Covid-19 together

Nurse and midwife, Priscabell Ndasauka Kalumbi is one of the many brave frontline healthcare workers in Malawi who faced the challenges of Covid-19 head on – thanks, in part, to some vital support from Old Mutual.

Priscabell Ndasauka Kalumbi, a professional nurse and midwife in Malawi.

Delivering on promises & a positive future for all

Overcoming challenges together is how we grow stronger and it’s a journey Old Mutual is proud to share with Glammy Makole, a professional nurse for over 20 years in South Africa.

Glammy Makole, a South African nurse, assists her child with homework in their home.
Changing lives & empowering communities in Kenya

Providing skills to disadvantaged youth in Kenya like Simba Corp automotive technician Lillian Murugi Wanjiku, is just one of the ways that UAP Old Mutual is helping to empower communities and contribute to the economy.

Priscabell Ndasauka Kalumbi, a professional nurse and midwife in Malawi.
A partnership & a place to call home

See how CABS, a member of the Old Mutual Group, is working to give more people in Zimbabwe’s informal sector a roof over their heads and a place to call home – just like first-time homeowners Andrew Zireva and Tafadzwa Muchopa.

Zimbabwean family enjoy spending time together in their home.

Choose to Vaccinate. Protect Tomorrow

How does the vaccine work? Is it safe? Are there side effects? Why should I get vaccinated? Will it work? These are some of the questions we all ask.

A nurse dressed in her uniform crosses her arms and smiles.