Out of a total of around 14 million, only about 1,3 million are insured. MORE than 90 percent of the country’s population have no active health insurance and medical aid policies, the Insurance Council of Zimbabwe (ICZ) has said. Giving an overview of the health insurance sector in Zimbabwe, Nigel Mugwendere, a member of ICZ and head of business development at FBC Insurance Company told journalists attending the Insurance reporting mentorship programme yesterday that the number of uninsured people was about 1,3 million out of a population of about 14 million people according to the 2012 census.This represents about nine percent. “Out of a total of around 14 million, only about 1,3 million are insured (health…