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A date with the first Ipec registered micro-insurance firm in Zimbabwe

The first Ipec (Insurance and Pensions Commission) registered Micro Insurance firm in Zimbabwe, has revealed a host of new micro insurance products, which are set to be launched in November this year.

By Donald Tafadzwa Chidoori

Coverlink Holdings, which has interests in Botswana, recently registered as a micro insurance firm, with plenty of mystery surrounding what insurance products they would unveil.

Ipec early this year made it a legal requirement  for all firms in the micro-insurance business to register with the regulator and to comply with the rules and regulations as set by the the micro-insurance framework.

Firm set to launch livestock insurance cover for the poor

Founder and Managing Director of Coverlink Micro Insurance Abel Munhande says that livestock is one of the most important assets, and the most common store of value for communal farmers or subsistence farmers in Zimbabwe, yet very few have insurance cover for their heritage.

A 2014 Finscope Survey estimated that 70 percent of Zimbabweans do not have insurance cover.

Munhande says Coverlink has a new product that will suit the rural community, and will not only help them secure their valued assets but will also help them to unlock the financial value of their livestock.

Coverlink introduces Comprehensive Car Insurance for Civil Servants

BY Donald Tafadzwa Chidoori

A leading insurance broker Coverlink Holdings has partnered with Tristar Insurance – a subsidiary of First Mutual Holdings – to come up with a comprehensive car insurance product for civil servants.

Coverlink founder and Managing Director  Abel Munhande said that the insurance broker was aware that a number of civil servants were not taking up comprehensive motor vehicle cover because of the once-off pay limits and  the view that comprehensive cover is very expensive.