Government is considering providing health insurance services for Zimbabwean citizens based in South Africa.
This will see Premier Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) setting up offices in South Africa. According to minutes from the Bi-National Commission meetings seen by The Herald, Zimbabwe made the request and South Africa granted it. PSMAS was given until August 2019 to register in South Africa.
PSMAS public relations manager Mr Arthur Choga confirmed their participation in the Zim-SA Bi-National Commission. He said they will use this as an opportunity to unlock forex inflows in order to fund areas such as procurement of drugs.