Zimbabwe To Introduce Healthcare Insurance For Informal Sector

Vice President Kembo Mohadi yesterday said Zimbabwe is set to introduce healthcare insurance for the informal sector.

Officiating at the 67th East Central and Southern Africa (ECSA) Health Ministers’ Conference in Victoria Falls, Vice President Mohadi said Government will introduce a law to compel the informal sector to provide healthcare insurance for its workers. Said Mohadi:


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With a significant number of our people now employed in the informal sector, Zimbabwe is on the verge of introducing a law to compel this sector to provide healthcare insurance for its workers. This will be achieved through innovatively crafted packages.

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