New Sanlam business to provide options for those who can't afford medical aid

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Through Sanlam Health Solutions, the group will sell low-cost primary health insurance.
Through Sanlam Health Solutions, the group will sell low-cost primary health insurance.
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With a pandemic exposing cracks in public health, Sanlam is swooping in to cater for the increasing number of people wishing they'd have access to private healthcare, but can't afford medical aids.

The insurance giant has established a new business called Sanlam Health Solutions.

It's one of a series of strategic moves that Sanlam has been making lately, including establishing a new digital insurance business with MTN and joining forces with Absa to form SA's second-biggest asset management firm.

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