Prosperity Insurance

Prosperity Insurance limited is a fully accredited short term insurance company offering both classes of domestic and commercial insurance cover to the Namibian market.

Re-insurance treaties with Munich Re, Africa Re and Namib Re, provides Prosperity Insurance with sufficient capacity to cover commercial risk such as marine, business, mines, telecommunications and liability cover.

Prosperity's aggressive reinsurance philosophy provides clients and the local broker market with peace of mind in regards to solvency requirements and capacity to take on risk.

Through some of the leading broker houses in Namibia, Prosperity underwrite a brought spectrum of the Namibia's business sectors which ranges from Telecommunications, Parastatels, Lodges, Breweries, Municipalities, Commercial businesses, Fishing industry and construction industry to mention a few.


Prosperity Properties

Property Portfolio

The Group invested substantially over the years in its business property portfolio. The Group took a strategic position to convert rental of business premises from third parties to investing in its own properties from where the Group's subsidiaries conducts its business activities from.

Prosperity Portfolio:

Prosperity property portfolio is located in accordance to the Groups business activities and member base demographics. The subsidiaries pay a monthly rental to the property company.

Windhoek Head Office:

The Windhoek office provides the place of business for the Groups subsidiaries Prosperity Health and Prosperity Life.

Walvis Bay Offices:

The Walvis Bay office provides the place of business for the Groups subsidiaries Prosperity Health, Prosperity Life and E – Med Rescue 24.

Tsumeb Offices:

The Tsumeb office provides the place of business for the Groups subsidiaries Prosperity Health and Prosperity Life.

New Office:

Prosperity recently put in a successful offer to acquire a domestic property adjacent to the Group's Head Office in Feldt street Windhoek which will be converted into office space.

E-Med Rescue 24 Paramedical Services

E-Med Rescue 24 Paramedical Services

E-Med provides in country as well as cross boarder medical evacuation and paramedical support. Services are monitored through a state of the art 24 hour call centre managed by a team of highly qualified paramedics and intermediaries, whilst ambulance response centers are located across Namibia that can be activated in a moment's notice.

In addition to a ground fleet of emergency rescue ambulances, E-Med operates a fleet of three (3) dedicated aircrafts fully equipped to international standard for in country as well as cross boarder medical air evacuations.

Air Ambulance

E-Med operates three air ambulances stationed at Eros Airport, which are on 24 hour standby: Cessna 441, Beechcraft, King Air E90 and Cessna 402C.

The Cessna 441 and Beechcraft King Air E90 are fully pressurized, allowing the aircraft to fly at higher altitudes with minor turbulence, over long distances with more patient comfort. Their fuel range allows them to be deployed to all corners of Namibia, as well as throughout the SADC region. The two pressurized aircraft are ideally suited to transfer critical patients to South Africa when the necessary medical services are not available in Namibia.

The Cessna 402C is not pressurized, and has a shorter range. However, it is ideally suited to rough landing fields in remote areas, and is usually deployed for short distance air evacuations.

All aircrafts are equipped, at all times, with an advanced life support system.

Ambulance & Response Vehicles Road

E-Med's fleet of ambulances is fitted with advanced medical equipment. To ensure the best possible pre-hospital treatment to patients, response vehicles are equipped to provide rapid life support.

Each response vehicle and ambulance has access to the best medical equipment such as adult and pediatric ventilators, ECG monitors and infant incubators, ventilators and extrication devices.

Corporate client portfolio under management

E-Med's clients include the buying public, medical aid funds under the Prosperity Group's administration umbrella as well as medical aid schemes and corporate clients not under the Group's administration portfolio. Service level agreements with clients range from fully insured clients, access agreements to fee for service agreements.

Operational and services footprint Offices

Windhoek, Walvis Bay, Otjiwarongo and Ongwediva

For more information please call: 081 924 or visit our website: www.emed.com.na


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Sun Karros

Situated amongst the rolling hills of the Khomas Hochland, Sun Karros Lifestyle Safaris situated in the Daan Viljoen Game Reserve is sanctuary to a relatively large population of game species typical of Namibia's highlands. Because of its proximity to Windhoek and its tranquil setting, it is a popular overnight stop for visitors who wish to avoid the hustle and bustle of the capital. Although small, the Sun Karros Lifestyle Safaris supports a healthy population of Namibian game and is also a good spot for bird-watching. One of the main features is the reservoir around which the chalets and camping sites are placed; as this is a permanent source of water, it attracts bountiful birdlife as well as a good selection of wildlife.

Several game species can be seen including kudu, red hartebeest, springbok, klipspringer, steenbok, eland and Oryx antelopes, baboons (burglar bars were installed in the kiosk in the vicinity of the restaurant to keep them out), blue wildebeests and giraffes. Bird species: helmeted guinea fowl, red billed francolin, yellow billed hornbill, rock runner to name a few as there are more than 200 bird species in the park. Vegetation type of the park is highland savanna. The most common trees are: mountain thorn, camel thorn, buffalo thorn, red bushwillow and candle thorn.

For more information please contact:

Tel: +264 61 232 393

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: www.sunkarros.com


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