Dis-Chem has made a non-binding offer for a business offering health insurance as the second-largest pharmacy chain focuses on offering low-cost out-of-hospital medical care to millions of working South Africans. 

Health insurance plans typically cost about R400-R500 a month and pay for primary care, which refers to doctors’ and nurses’ appointments and some low-cost chronic medication...

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