Actuaries set to regulate members

THE Actuarial Society of Zimbabwe (ASZ) is working on an Actuaries Bill to regulate its professionals at a time the Insurance and Pensions Commission .
By Melody Chikono Mar. 1, 2023

Ex-Zisco workers petition Parly over US$3m pension arrears

Once southern Africa’s largest integrated steel operation, Zisco collapsed under the weight of unrestricted plunder and corruption by Zimbabwe’s elite over a decade ago.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Feb. 14, 2023

Addressing unclaimed benefits problem in Zimbabwe

The administrator of the pension plan or the insurer has the duty and responsibility of processing a member's accrued benefits when they become due.
By Ronald Zvendiya Jan. 29, 2023

Insurers’ debt to pensioners rises by 64%

Chief among the challenges have been currency shortages, which continue to ravage the economy as well as steep parallel market exchange rates.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 7, 2023

Life assurers fail to meet prescribed assets requirements

During the period under review, total investments in prescribed assets by the life assurance sector amounted to $17,6 billion translating to a sector compliance level of 8,24%.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 6, 2023

Insurance externalisation scams: Zim loses millions

In separate interviews, industry sources said the players were running away from ever-changing currency policies in the country
By Melody Chikono Dec. 2, 2022

‘Embrace index insurance to combat climate change’

According to the World Food Programme (WFP), at least 70% of the population in the country depends on rain-fed agriculture with the majority of farmers having minimal productivity.
By Talent Kasu Nov. 20, 2022

Ipec urges insurers to improve penetration rates

Muradzikwa said insurance penetration rate for Africa was averaging 3%. 
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 18, 2022

Tobacco farmers cry- foul over insurance claims.

He said his crop was covered by Econet Insurance for US$19 760.
By Staff Reporter Oct. 11, 2022