Safaricom: AKS says that pre-IPO shareholders lockout window has ended - so now can Vodafone start buying up some Safaricom shares and stem our losses?
Equihealth while other banks are sleeping, Equity Bank leads the way again this time venturing into health insurance. They have four plans starting as low as 6,700 (~$100 a year that include pre-existing conditions, HIV/AIDS, maternity, dental, eye-disease. (wow, medical insurance is a minefield, but Equity can sets its own terms in the industry and change the rules in the medical insurance industry)
The EDIT plans are;
- Mango @ cost Kshs. 6,700
- Passion @ Kshs. 8,500 per family (Kshs. 15,100 per person for in & out patient), covers up to Kshs. 150,000
- Melon @ Kshs. 16,000 per family Kshs. 27,600 per person for in & out patient), covers up to Kshs. 500,000
- Apple @ Kshs. per family (Kshs. 35,700 per person for in & out patient), covers up to Kshs. 1 million
Scangroup: (Bharat Bank) As part of the sellout employee shareholders are seeking shareholder approval to sell up to 25% of their shares during the lockup period which is supposed to end in August 2009