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Insurer pledges R10 million to rebuild SMEs following riots

OLD Mutual Insure says it is working around the clock to finalise looting-related claims – which it is mandated to handle on behalf of...

Credit life insurance lifeline for riot-hit bank customers

AS consumers in parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng evaluate the impact of the unrest on their employment and household income, FNB is encouraging customers...

Container stow collapses – a South African perspective

By Michael Asherson and Michael Tatham THE world has been gripped by the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year, the effects of which are likely...

New ‘bespoke’ business insurance for truckers, restaurants and professionals

DISCOVERY Business Insurance has launched four new products it says are tailored to the specific needs of restaurant owners, healthcare professionals, lawyers and accountants,...

Work from home: are your devices covered?

AS the ‘new normal’ requires people to continue working from home, people need to take the time to review their portable work devices and...

How AARTO may help cut your car insurance premiums

ON the face of it Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula’s recent assurances, endorsed by President Ramaphosa, that the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO)...

​ Industrial door company extends offering to mine ventilation

MINE sustainability hinges not only on meeting production levels but also on maintaining high safety standards. Subsequently, this industry is relentless in its efforts...

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Financial reports won’t save local government crisis, warns town and regional planners

By Burgert Gildenhuys: Director, BC Gildenhuys & Associates IT is unclear whether South Africa has the will or guts to confront issues contributing to the...

N3 truck blockade: It’s ‘economic sabotage’, say ministers and business

ANOTHER truck blockade saw Van Reenen's Pass on the N3, the country's main domestic trade route, being closed on Thursday 16 June. This protest...

Factory of the Year competition returns as economy bounces back

FOLLOWING a challenging two years in the manufacturing sector, Kearney, a leading management consulting firm, is excited to announce the return of the Factory...