Is this product only for Zimbabweans?

Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan is a bespoke product offered by Diaspora Insurance which is a very simplified product that guarantees peace of mind and comes on a guaranteed acceptance basis. Guaranteed Acceptance basis basically means we do not conduct any medicals both on application and on claiming, the following are the key features of the cover:

  • Guaranteed acceptance with no medicals at all.
  • Immediate US$, £, €, ZAR cash pay-out upon proof of death
  • Worldwide cover, it truly is protection with no borders.
  • Permanently US$, £, €, ZAR denomination policy
  • Up to US$/£/€20,000 cover per life
  • Body repatriation is not mandatory.
  • You can be covered as an individual, family, or group.
  • Full cover for you and your loved ones
  • Guaranteed gifted FREE cover in the future.

The Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan does not only cover Zimbabweans, it is tailor made to cover Africans who are in the diaspora.

Diaspora Insurance covers 13 nationalities at the moment and anyone from the qualifying nationalities by birth, descent, naturalization, marriage and by registration under the age of 75 qualifies to be covered under Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan irrespective of where they live in the world. You, the Diasporan, can cover yourself and can add your immediate family and relatives back home or wherever they are in the world.

The Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan covers the below listed countries wherever they may be in the world:

Botswana     Eswatini        Ethiopia       Ghana             Kenya            Malawi        Mozambique

Namibia       South Africa   Tanzania         Uganda           Zambia          Zimbabwe

Diaspora Insurance specializes in crafting bespoke risk solutions, and it is looking to expand the coverage beyond the 13 African countries currently covered to covering the whole of Africa in the near future. Our focus and remit is to positively impact and change people’s realities through bespoke and global risk management solutions

team4dfiIs this product only for Zimbabweans?