Nyaradzo Laments High Operating Costs As They Hike Their Premiums

Nyaradzo has lamented high operating costs fueled by a deteriorating economy and lack of foreign currency which has resulted in them increasing their premiums.  The current economic crisis characterised by low wages and salaries is affecting the smooth flow of business at the Life Funeral insurance company.

Nyaradzo Group CEO Mr P Mataranyika explained why they had to increase their prices  to NewZimbabwe:

In January, we were buying fuel at $1.20 per litre but currently the prices have gone up ten times. There have been increases on the exchange rates on the foreign currency market and these dynamics have severely impacted on our operations prompting price adjustments

Mr Mataranyika, however, said these price increases are not even adequate to cover the cost they are incurring on a day to day basis. With effect from 1 October 2019, charges will range between $55 and $78 per individual.

More: NewZimbabwe 


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2 comments on “Nyaradzo Laments High Operating Costs As They Hike Their Premiums

  1. Nyaradzo is exploiting people of zimbabwe we will $55 to 78 dollars a month is overcharging the poor masses of zim all the lies Mataranyika is talking about is not viable per person we will make sure we launch another funeral scheme which is affordable for zimbabweans mataranyika is a thief this is unfair yu have no solid reason to raise fees to that far you oerate businees like ninjas we will launch our own

  2. zvakaipa kt kana madya motsulutira pasi sehuku takabviro subscriber nguva yema usa nhasi rabonda makutikwidzira mapremiums .murombo haarovi chinenguwo shuwa.return ma usa edu tonozviviga toga kumusha

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