Santam has been in the business of insurance good and proper for 100 years. During that time we’ve seen first-hand how the expert advice of our intermediaries transform the lives of policyholders and their businesses.
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. Insurance with no ifs, no buts and no maybes. Insurance that looks for reasons to pay you, rather than reasons not to.
Starting a business is probably one of the most exciting things you’ll do in your lifetime. The freedom of doing your own thing is priceless, yet many entrepreneurs cite cash flow troubles as one of their biggest challenges. We’ve put together a list of common burdens to watch out for as you budget for your new venture.
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A lot can go wrong over the holidays. If anything happens at home, Santam Insurance clients get an extra 10% home contents cover, at no additional cost
Choosing the right insurance for your home and possessions is really important. How would you replace everything in your house if it was destroyed or stolen?
For most of us, a car is one of the biggest purchases we’ll ever make after a house so it’s naturally something you want to get right. It can be easy to get overwhelmed by the thousands of models on offer and various pieces of advice from expert salespeople. That’s why we’ve put together the five important steps to take to ensure that you make a smart buy that is both great on the road easy on your pocket.
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.