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ZHL is a diversified investment holding company with sustainable core competencies in insurance and property with investments and operations located in Zimbabwe and the Southern African region. ZHL is an active growth-oriented investor that provides strategic leadership, guidance and ensures value creation and portfolio optimisation.


Operations in Re-insurance, direct life and general insurance sectors.


Properties managed through Zimre Property Investments.

Private Equity

Listed and unlisted investments in various economic sectors.

More than 35 Years
in business

8 subsidiary
2700 workers
4 countries
280 000

Corporate News

  • ZHL rebrands Reinsurance Operations

    Prior to the lifting of sanctions  on January 12, 2017 previously applied to Zimre Holdings Limited by the US Department of the Treasury’s office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), ZHL had adopted a multi-branding strategy across the region with operations in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique, Malawi and Zambia as Baobab Re, First Re, MozRe, Malawi Re

    September 29, 2018
  • Zimre injects $2m into Credsure

    INTEGRATED financial services group, Zimre Holdings Limited said it injected $2 million into Credit Insurance Zimbabwe (Credsure) after it snapped a majority stake in the insurance firm. Zimre increased its shareholding to 80 percent in the struggling Credsure early last year following a successful rights issue meant to recapitalise the business. Stan Kudenga, Zimre group

    June 22, 2018
  • ZHL adopts new business model for Credsure

    HARARE, Zimre Holdings (ZHL) has re-modeled the business thrust of Credsure to become an underwriting management agency as the group among other things seeks to lower business acquisition costs. Group chief executive officer Stan Kudenga said at an analyst briefing that the transaction was consummated at a cost of $1.5 mln. “People may ask why

    May 24, 2018
  • ZHL bounces back to profitability

    ZIMRE Holdings Limited (ZHL) has overturned its loss-making position by $4,36 million for the financial year ending December 31, 2017 on the back of cost reduction and an improvement in incomes from its key operations. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA For the 2017 period, ZHL registered a profit of $5,82 million from a loss of $1,45 million

    May 8, 2018