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Award winning global thought leader, world renowned speaker, publisher, and entrepreneur, Dr. Prem Jagyasi will give the Keynote address at the second Medical Tourism Symposium, to be held at the Harare International Conference (HICC), on Friday 29 September, ...
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The 7th Edition of the Zim-Afro Medical and Health Fair starts today at the Harare International Conference Center with exciting products, services and activities lined up for the next three days. This premier and leading Medical and Health Tradeshow event ...
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A subsidiary of a leading medical aid society in Zimbabwe Cimas Rescue (formerly CEARS) will be offering free CPR training on Wednesday, 27 September 2017 from 1-3pm during the 7th Edition of Zim-Afro Medical and Health Fair 2017 at the ...
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A limited number of students are covered for medical care by their parents or guardians. And getting ill at a university campus is often a living ‘hell.’ If a student falls ill, more often than not, they are ...
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BY AFRICA MOYO Stakeholders in Cimas Medical Aid Society are questioning the seemingly incestuous relationship between board chair Mr Mordecai Mahlangu and the law firm that has been representing the company, Gill, Godlonton & Gerrans (GGG). Mr Mahlangu ...
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BY Paidamoyo Chipunza  Health service providers want the proposed Medical Aid Societies Bill to have strict operational guidelines for companies that provide health insurance and related services, but subscribers to medical insurance want the law to be fair. Providing ...
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BY Thandeka Moyo  Government has given traditional healers the green light to start their own medical aid societies after revelations that over 80 percent of Zimbabweans prefer their services. Speaking during the Ministry of Health and Child Care public ...
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The Alliance Health sponsored blood drive which is currently being held at 8 Fleetwood Rd Alexandra Park, Harare is set to surpass its minimum target of 50 donors. Blood donations in the morning are usually slow, but as ...
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THE seemingly unending feud between Cimas, the country’s second-biggest medical services provider, and fledgling medical services concern Corporate 24 will again play out in the court after the former filed summons claiming more than US$82 000 in prejudice. ...
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PREMIER Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) yesterday launched its first ever low cost or high benefit product called the Shield Plan, which is tailor-made for the informal sector, which has become a critical player in the economy. PSMAS communications ...
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