<vote /> Migrant Workers’ Union of South Africa (Miwusa) and Ness Consulting last week launched a funeral plan for Zimbabweans in South Africa, amid concerns many Zimbabweans were struggling to meet funeral costs in case of deaths while in foreign lands.
Migrants can be covered from between R15 000 to R35 000. The first phase of the funeral plan will cover Zimbabwean migrants and their immediate families, but will be later extended to other nationalities in South Africa.
The plan, which currently starts from R85 depending on how much cover a client wants, covers the client, their spouse and up to five of their children. The funeral plan is underwritten by South Africa’s leading financial services provider, Sanlam.
What is needed to qualify, besides being below 84 years old, was a passport showing that one had entered South Africa.
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