Greater awareness of child safety can assist in preventing injuries
“There is a marked increase in the number of toddlers who are treated at Netcare hospital emergency departments over the summer holidays due to accidents, trauma and near drownings. This is to a large degree due to the fact ... Read More »
Old Mutual and Nedbank have jointly pledged $1 million towards the recently announced African Union-Private Sector Ebola fund. The fund’s overall vision is long-term and includes rebuilding affected economies and industries, as well as increasing Africa’s capacity to combat viral diseases ... Read More »
The Retail Distribution Review (RDR) sees unequal benefits accruing to certain distribution channels as a problem requiring change. The current Regulations applicable to the Long-term Insurance Act provide that the Registrar may determine how the principle of equivalence of reward must be achieved. ... Read More »
It’s that time of year when you may be considering changing your medical scheme. Liberty Medical Scheme’s Executive Principal Officer, Andrew Edwards, outlines the key questions you should be asking.
What’s the most comprehensive cover I can afford?
Many people choose ... Read More »
The FAIS Ombud’s annual report contains a list of trends picked up during the course of the year. The golden thread which runs through all of these, concerns insufficient disclosure across all sectors of the market. Failure to disclose full details on trial commission, short-term excesses, termination ... Read More »