ZIMBABWE is set to introduce a raft of measures aimed at improving the country’s pension industry in line with international standards in the next few month, the sector’s regulator has said. This comes as the country’s pension industry is in dire straits emanating from low confidence after the multiple-currency system in 2009 saw pension funds liabilities had their values eroded by decade-long hyperinflation and low activity in the economy. Blessmore Kazengura, the Insurance and Pensions Commission acting commissioner, last Friday said it was crucial to establish and implement the new reforms, which are aimed at improving sustainability, affordability, adequacy and the coverage of the pension. “The reforms are also meant to improve welfare of pensioners, harness long-term domestic savings for…