A letter signed by then transport minister Nicholas Goche appears to have authorised underhand dealings.
Fitch Ratings expects South African life insurers to have improved over 2013, but warned they are at risk regardless due to the slow economy.
When things go wrong abroad, having insurance can help avert a costly nightmare.
Short-term insurance customers get a yardstick with which to measure companiesâ€™ performance.
High risk will keep the costs up despite the widening battle for a few elite consumers.
Their life expectancy is almost as high as those who are HIV free, yet they pay much more.
A draft of new legislation is changing the face of South Africa's short-term insurance sector and could lead to higher costs for consumers.
With more storms on the way in Britain, the government and the United Kingdom's insurance industry are engaged in mutual finger-pointing.
Insurers are unlikely to lower their premiums as a result of the improved statistics, writes Lisa Steyn.
A press release from an insurance company made me realise I have been very lax about my security in not changing the locks of my new home.
July 2011 National Savings month serves as a reminder to us all to review our financial plans and afford savings the priority it deserves.
An estimated 60% of South African businesses are not insured against cyberattacks while most are not aware insurance against these attacks exists.
Widespread political risk means millions of employees are working in potential "hot zones". Does your company have adequate insurance? Do you?
Earlier this month the European Court of Justice ruled that sex may no longer be used as a factor in determining insurance premiums. What now for SA?
Road users will be liable for their own costs beyond the limit set for compensation.
There's nothing worse than being denied disability benefits or having a life policy payment rejected or delayed. Here's how you can avoid this.
Members' benefits, rights and profit-sharing will remain unaffected.
New regulations will keep intermediaries on their toes.
A reader wants to know more about a new direct insurer Frank.net, in particular the fact that it pays out when you are retrenched.
Fictitious policies are on the rise. Here's what to look out for -- and how to prevent fraud.