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Face masks aren’t the only protection worth packing. Here’s what you need to know about travelling in times of COVID-19.
Insurance companies promise a lot of things. That they’re faster and cheaper than the next guy. Or that they’ll always be there for you. At Santam, we’ve always said that we do insurance good and proper.
In light of the complex risks, it is more important than ever for businesses to fully understand how to reduce the frequency and severity of risk events.
Buying a new home is a significant investment on your part. When you consider that your house will have everything in it that is near and dear to you.
The end-of-year holidays are popular times for car buyers to upgrade their set of wheels, whether it’s to impress visiting family or to enjoy a long road trip in comfort.
According to Santam Aviation, leading aviation insurer in South Africa, the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions saw 80% of its aircraft clients grounded between April and August 2020, resulting in an average loss of 60% in income during that time.
Large parts of South Africa have been lashed by hail, tornadoes and heavy rains in recent weeks, causing flooding and extensive property damage. For those living in areas prone to extreme weather conditions, Attie Blaauw, Head of Personal Lines Underwriting at Santam – South Africa’s largest insurer – offers some advice to intermediaries and clients on how to lower risks associated with property or personal injuries during these extreme weather events.