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This page is dedicated to Zimbabwe and contains all insurance and reinsurance related resources including but not limited to list of insurance companies, reinsurance companies, brokers, Surveyors, Loss Adjusters, Risk Managers, Third Party Administrators (TPAs), Local & International Insurance Institutes, Insurance College and Insurance & Reinsurance Regulators. Please remember that this is a collaborative website and if you have any additional information or if you want to add an insurance company which is not listed on this page - you may do so by clicking on 'Add a Company' link on the top of this page. The website shall be updated instantly.

Zimbabwe: Country Profile

Area: 390,757 sq. km (150,872 sq. mi)
Population: 13.5 million (UN 2008). Note: more than 3m Zimbabweans are now estimated to live outside the country
Capital City: Harare (population of Greater Harare: 1.1 million); Other towns: Bulawayo, Chilungwiza, Mutare, Gweru, Kwekwe, Masvingo, Marondera.
Terrain: Desert and savanna
Climate: Mostly subtropical
People: Shona, Ndebele, Others (10%)
Languages: English (official language), Shona and Ndebele
Religion(s): Christian (various); indigenous; small Hindu, Muslim, Jewish communities
Currency: Multi-currency, predominantly the US dollar and South African rand (the most widely used currencies) but also the Botswanan pula, British pound and the euro. The Zimbabwe dollar was suspended indefinitely by the Zimbabwe government in April 2009 following a period of hyper-inflation.

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Insurance News Update in Zimbabwe
Caledonia Mining Corporation: Q3 2014 Production and Trading Update
Caledonia Mining Corporation announces gold production from its 49 per cent owned subsidiary, the Blanket Mine in Zimbabwe, for the quarter ended September 30, 2014. All production numbers are expressed ...
Hayden man to crisscross U.S. to highlight battle against MS
HAYDEN - Fifteen years ago, Robin Bates was a normal guy.
Local networks in cutthroat competition
Zimbabwe?s mobile network market has seen a lot of competition if the players ability to offer wide and reliable coverage at the early stages of mobile telephony right through to around around 2000 and at inception of the multiple currency regime in 2009, is anything to go by.
Zimbabwe: Govt, Come to the Aid of Home-Seekers
[The Herald]We demand that Government intervenes with immediate effect to protect hapless Zimbabweans who for a long time have been helplessly watching some unscrupulous land developers embezzling all their contributions.
Zimbabwe: Buyanga Acquires Cell Funeral Assurance Company
[New Zimbabwe]FLAMBOYANT businessman Frank Buyanga has reportedly acquired Cell Funeral Assurance Company (Cell Funeral).
New medical tariffs not viable, Cimas
MEDICAL insurance firm, CIMAS, has said its failure to settle service providers? claims at the newly gazetted tariffs, in common with other medical aid societies, was a matter primarily of affordability and not defiance of government regulations.
Zimbabwe: Daring Sex Workers Introduce 'Ebola Risk Allowance'
[New Zimbabwe]COMMERCIAL sex workers at Nyamapanda Border Post have started charging "Ebola risk insurance" in a bid to use the deadly outbreak to shake down truck drivers from outside Zimbabwe for extra cash.
10 things to understand about Lyft and Uber
Ride-share companies Uber and Lyft have generated a lot of discussion since they launched here in April. The services, which allow smartphone users to summon nearby drivers, have faced scrutiny nationwide for not complying with regulatory systems aimed at taxis and limousines.
Zimbabwe: Chiefs to Get 170% Pay Raise
[Financial Gazette]Government is to buy traditional chiefs brand new vehicles at a total cost of US$10 million and hike their monthly allowances by nearly 170 percent with effect from this month, despite grappling with a calamitous liquidity crunch. The move follows pressure from the traditional chi...
Daring sex workers introduce ?Ebola risk allowance?
COMMERCIAL sex workers at Nyamapanda Border Post have started charging ?Ebola risk insurance? in a bid to use the deadly outbreak to shake down truck drivers from outside Zimbabwe for extra cash.
 
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