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Low-cost MaishaCare medical aid scheme set to bring relief to many

The medical cover, known as MaishaCare, will offer primary care from as little as US$5 per month to allow customers access to a network of doctors.
By Maishacare Nov. 10, 2022

Steward Bank profit surges 314%

The bank posted $1,4 billion profit after tax in the comparable period in 2021.
By Rugare Mubika Nov. 8, 2022

EcoCash Holdings in marketing awards haul

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed group’s mobile money platform (EcoCash) came up second Runner Up in the Best Outdoor Campaign of the Year – Project Blue.
By Newsday Sep. 27, 2022

Econet Life launches micro-pension fund product

The new product, called Dura/Isiphala Pension Fund, was launched in Kariba at the weekend.
By Newsday Sep. 13, 2022

EcoCash unveils ‘request money’ service

Speaking on the unveiling of the service, Munyaradzi Nhamo, the EcoCash chief operating officer, said the new service would enable customers to instantly secure mobile money transfers from their family and friends on the mobile money platform, in the case of emergencies or any unforeseen financial needs.

By The Standard Jun. 26, 2022

EcoCash unveils ‘request money’ service

Speaking on the unveiling of the service, Munyaradzi Nhamo, the EcoCash chief operating officer, said the new service would enable customers to instantly secure mobile money transfers from their family and friends on the mobile money platform, in the case of emergencies or any unforeseen financial needs.

By The Standard Jun. 26, 2022

Currency crisis haunts listed firms

John Legat, the Imara Asset Management Zimbabwe chief executive, said it will take some time for the situation to return to normal as a result of currency distortions.

By The Standard Oct. 24, 2021

Currency crisis haunts listed firms

John Legat, the Imara Asset Management Zimbabwe chief executive, said it will take some time for the situation to return to normal as a result of currency distortions.

By The Standard Oct. 24, 2021