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For most South Africans, the past several months have been a real challenge, forcing individuals and businesses to look for ways to save money during a tough economic period.
With the ongoing reality of load shedding here in South Africa, our homes and businesses are constantly exposed to potential risk of damage to electronic equipment and compromised security systems.
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.
Intermediaries still have a pivotal role to play in terms of being a reliable resource to clients during this 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.