Joining hands
Who we work with

Our partners include trusted corporations, top educational institutes and charities. They are as diverse as our global networks. We encourage you to consider joining this prestigious list of British Council partners.

Old Mutual Zimbabwe

Old Mutual is a diversified international financial services group listed on the stock exchange in London, South Africa, Malawi, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

The group has a reputation for integrity, financial strength and value-for-money, and is dedicated to satisfying client needs for wealth creation and protection – in profitable ways.  Old Mutual has solid foundations established on one core promise: the commitment to always deliver value to its clients.

Old Mutual Zimbabwe offers services to Zimbabwe-based clients via a focused range of products including life assurance, asset management, unit trusts, property development and management, short-term insurance and banking services. Clients include most of the large local institutions and the major multinationals represented in Zimbabwe, as well as individuals. Old Mutual has conducted business in Zimbabwe for over 110 years.

Africa International Education Centre (AIEC)

‘Africa International Education Centre’s (AIEC) is a state of art Computer-Based Testing and Training Centre accommodating up to 180 candidates per session.

AIEC is a proud British Council’s IELTS Business 2 Business partner providing IELTS exam preparations and registrations.

AIEC’s resource division, Schoolbooks 4 Africa, specialises in the supply of imported and local textbooks for both primary and secondary schools and also for tertiary education.’

Goethe-Zentrum Harare/Zimbabwe-German Society (GZH/ZGS)

The Zimbabwe-German Society (ZGS) is a non-profit making organisation.  It was established in 1983 to foster mutual knowledge and understanding between the people of Zimbabwe and the people of Germany, as well as any other interested persons. 

The Society accomplishes this task by promoting and supporting upcoming cultural activities to create a bigger cultural identity and by supporting Zimbabwean artists and the cultural scene in Zimbabwe through providing a platform for career development. In 1996 the Society announced its inclusion into the Goethe-Institut family and since then is officially called the Goethe-Zentrum Harare/Zimbabwe-German Society (GZH/ZGS). 

GZH/ZGS fosters the cultural exchange through programming of events and the teaching of German and the official languages of Zimbabwe. As culture is a mirror of society, GZH/ZGS wants to challenge the thinking of Zimbabweans and Germans through intercultural social exchange.