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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
Lucky to be alive
Bulletin courtesy photo. Minutes after being trampled by this 2,000-pound animal in Zimbabwe, Buffalo doctor Tom Berry stood, walked 100 yards to its body and snapped a keepsake.
Insurance firms take Zimra to ConCourt
Daggers have been drawn between the Tour Operators Business Association of Zimbabwe (Tobaz) and the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) with the former accusing the latter of creating a monopoly in the issuance of insurance cover.
Zimbabwe: Insurance Firms Take Zimra to Concourt
[Zimbabwe Standard]Daggers have been drawn between the Tour Operators Business Association of Zimbabwe (Tobaz) and the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) with the former accusing the latter of creating a monopoly in the issuance of insurance cover.
Chinamasa begs Sinosure to ring-fence Zim?s loans
FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has moved to address Zimbabwe?s funding challenges in terms of getting loans and lines of credit from China by engaging China Export & Credit Insurance Corporation (Sinosure) ? a leading a state-funded policy-oriented insurance company ? to resume guaranteeing loan...
Masawara offer: Can you still profit on TA?
FEW investment strategies match the return that a successful buyout yields for an individual invested in a target company. Offers in the range of a 100 percent premium on market price are not unusual.
Chinese envoy on Zimbabwe deals
CHINA and Zimbabwe signed nine bilateral cooperation agreements during President Robert Mugabe's recent state visit to China, as the two countries strengthened economic and political relations, Chinese ambassador to Zimbabwe Lin Lin told Xinhua Tuesday.
Old Mutual Zimbabwe profits reach $33m
OLD Mutual Zimbabwe Limited has posted a two percent growth in adjusted operating profit to $32,4 million for the six months to June compared to the prior year driven by growth in revenue, the group reported on Tuesday.
Air Zim $8 million fraud case: Trial postponed
THE trial of three Navistar Insurance bosses who are being accused of defrauding Air Zimbabwe of more than $8 million in an insurance scam was on Wednesday postponed to next month to give defence lawyers time to prepare for the case.
Zimbabwe, China: what?s the deal?
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is currently in China on a week-long state visit, amid mounting economic woes back home.
Zimbabwe: Govt - Block Tourists From Private Hospitals
[New Zimbabwe]THE government does not want tourists visiting the country taken to private hospitals in cases of emergencies because this was a "security threat", it was revealed this week.
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