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Heat is on insurance companies

Disastrous events caused by climate change are a growing risk for the industry

Inflation outlook remains on target

Figures released by Statistics South Africa showed that CPI increased, mainly because of the increased cost of transport and insurance.

The issue of money and death is vulgar

Justice does not always serve fairness and the Momentum debacle raises the issue of good faith

Letters to the editor: October 5 to 11

Our readers write in about bribery allegations, insurance companies, and the passing of Chris Madibeng Mokoditoa

The insurance industry is getting more complicated: An expert broker gives her advice

Regulation, compliance, globalisation and technology are making insurance complicated for clients to deal with alone

Political risk claims lower in 2014

State insurer Sasria saw an increase in profit last year despite platinum workers downing tools for five months.

Insurers seek shelter from the storms

Insurance claims and payouts are soaring as havoc wreaked by climate change in the form of violent storms, rain and hail continues to increase.

Minister fingered in Air Zim scandal

A letter signed by then transport minister Nicholas Goche appears to have authorised underhand dealings.

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Nurses work and care in fear of Covid

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Wills, Estate Administration and Succession Planning Webinar

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Call for Expression of Interest: Training supply and needs assessment to support the energy transition in South Africa

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Obituary: Mohammed Tikly

His legacy will live on in the vision he shared for a brighter more socially just future, in which racism and discrimination are things of the past

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Road to recovery for the tourism sector: The South African perspective

The best-case scenario is that South Africa's tourism sector’s recovery will only begin in earnest towards the end of this year

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