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NicozDiamond facilitates convenient travel

Technological advancements witnessed in recent years have led to rapid globalisation with individuals, communities, cities and nations more linked and interconnected as never been seen before. As a consequent of the development of faster, safer and...

Medical insurance under serious scrutiny

Darlington Musarurwa and Livingstone Marufu THE haggling between Cimas Medical Aid Society and hospital services group Corporate 24, which has seen the latter engage debt collectors to recover more than US$500 000 in unpaid claims...

Doves targets SA-based Zimbabweans

By Happiness Chikwanhana DOVES Zimbabwe and Doves South Africa have reached an agreement that will see the two funeral services firms launching an insurance product dubbed ZimbaMzansi for Zimbabweans living in the neighbouring country. The...

7 Tips to Buying and Getting the Most Out of Home Insurance

Many people think of home insurance as a necessary evil. The truth is that it might feel like that, but only until you need it. At that point, it will feel like a savior....

NICOZ Diamond records 52% operating profit

NICOZ Diamond Insurance Limited group recorded a 52% jump in operating profit to $1,86 million due to 15% savings on operating expenses and top line growth in their first half results for the year. BY...

Pension funds arrears rise

Tinashe Makichi Business Reporter Arrears to pension funds are rising at alarming levels as some employers have failed to remit since dollarisation, Insurance and Pension Commission head of prudential supervision Pupurai Togarepi has said. Self-­administered pension funds contributions...

Zim in Bid to Improve Funeral Assurance Business

By Melody Mashaire Gweru — ZIMBABWE is in the process of reviewing three Acts under the administration of Insurance and Pension Fund Commission in order to improve funeral assurance businesses in the country. Addressing delegates at...

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...

IPEC engages Govt over pension remittance

A number of companies are not remitting deductions meant for pension fund contributions, putting into jeopardy workers retirement benefits. This has raised fears some of the funds could be directed to areas which they...
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