KeyHealth no longer under curatorship

The Gauteng High Court has lifted the curatorship of KeyHealth Medical Scheme, and the board of trustees was authorised to manage the scheme from 5 April.

Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) chief executive Dr Sipho Kabane said the application to lift the curatorship was brought because the curator, Johannes Seloane, had restored effective governance to the scheme and a new board had been elected, “with the assurance that members and beneficiaries would continue to be serviced and protected”.

KeyHealth was placed under provisional curatorship in September 2020 as a result of corporate governance irregularities. The curatorship order was confirmed in March last year.

Read: Non-compliance leads to curatorship for KeyHealth

According to the CMS’s annual report, KeyHealth had 32 747 members and 67 709 beneficiaries in 2020.

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