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Zimbabwe: IIZ Annual Winter School On Next Week

This year's winter school will be headlined by the IIZ president and Ruvimbo Funeral Assurance CEO Dr Edward Gomba. Other speakers are First Mutual Holdings group marketing and strategy executive Ms Farayi Mangwende who will...

Most Zimbabweans not insured

HARARE - Zimbabwean insurance companies have been urged to come up with new products aimed at capturing at least 9,1 million people who are not insured. Finance ministry director Judith Rusike said insurance sector firms...

Zim insurance services ‘elitist’, need re- modelling

Leonard Ncube and Hazel Hweta: INSURANCE companies should repackage their products to make them affordable to low income earners who constitute the bulk of the population and cannot afford expensive policies currently on the...

Cimas to lose operating licence

Livingstone Marufu GOVERNMENT has given Cimas Medical Aid Society a seven-day ultimatum to honour all outstanding claims or lose its licence. Cimas has more than 30 000 members, and has allegedly been trying to direct them...

Legal Matters: Insurance companies are not the devil

Insurance as a business is largely divided into two broad categories: short-term and long-term. The first is technically called indemnity or property insurance, while the second is non-indemnity or life insurance. Short-term is so-called...

Zima accepting seven medical aid societies

The Zimbabwe Medical Association (Zima) has revealed that it will be accepting health insurance from seven medical aid societies who have been complying with the 60-day payment rule, and or the gazetted tariffs.Liberty Insurance,...

‘Dr Parirenyatwa sleeping on duty’

Following the tiff between doctors and medical aid societies, the Zimbabwe Medical Association has laid the blame on Health and Child Care Minister, Dr David Parirenyatwa. Zima had threatened that with effect from July 1,...
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