NAPSA pays out three principal benefits – retirement, invalidity and survivor’s. In addition to these, NAPSA provides a funeral grant to survivors of the deceased member.

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We invest your money, grow the fund and thus ensure that your pension is guaranteed.

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The National Pension Scheme is Contributory, meaning that workers covered by the scheme are supposed to make monthly contributions through their employers and self service in order to garner rights that entitle them to benefits provided.

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  • “The fight against Cholera must be sustained,” says NAPSA DG as NAPSA donates K500,000 towards the fight.

    In a resounding show of commitment to the health and well-being of the Zambian citizens, the National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) made a significant stride this past Friday afternoon by donating K500,000 to the Ministry of Health (MoH) in the ongoing battle against the cholera outbreak. Amidst the public health emergency that Zambia is facing,

    February 24, 2024

    NAPSA is hiring. Join us in making a difference by contributing to the provision of social security for the wonderful people of Zambia.Explore the various roles, apply and be a part of the NAPSA family. Whether you’re an experienced professional or a fresh graduate, NAPSA welcomes diverse talents!Visit to learn more about the available

    February 12, 2024

    COMMENCEMENT DATE – 8TH JANUARY 2024SCOPE OF THE WAIVERCATEGORY 1 – PENALTIES INCURRED PRIOR TO 6TH DECEMBER 2022All penalties incurred prior to 6th December 2022 shall have a two-year waiver period which will run from 8th January 2024 to 7th January 2026.CATEGORY 2 – PENALTIES INCURRED AFTER 6TH DECEMBER 2022The waiver of penalties incurred after

    January 27, 2024
  • NAPSA Introduces Relief Measures for Employers – Penalty Waiver Announced

    The National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) has unveiled a significant initiative to provide relief for employers across the country. NAPSA Director General, Muyangwa Muyangwa, announced the introduction of penalty waivers aimed at offering financial respite to employers by allowing them to settle outstanding contributions. During a press conference held in Lusaka on 17th January 2024,

    January 17, 2024