Insurance news wrap-up for the week ending 26 July

At CN&CO we love to be informed about the insurance industry – with so much happening it can be easy to miss a story! So make sure you get the weekly recap of the main stories from this week that you may have missed.

COVER Magazine

  • The gift of reading – a Mandela Month gift that keeps on giving
    In the spirit of celebrating Mandela Month, MiWay Insurance continued its commitment to investing in literacy by handing over a revamped library to Moletsane High School in Soweto, on Mandela Day. Read more
  • Liberty employees unite against hunger
    Since its partnership with Rise Against Hunger in 2016, Liberty’s employees have united and dedicated 67 minutes to pack food parcels on International Nelson Mandela Day. Read more

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FA news

  • Imagine underwriting a claim using social media
    With the increasing influence of technology on the insurance industry, social media is beginning to play a vital role in many cases. Read more
  • A word of caution
    Stats SA recently revealed a shocking 3.2% drop in South Africa’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This is reportedly the worst decrease in GDP since the same period. Read more


  • Cold, wet and windy weather set to continue across the Western Cape
    The dams that supply the wider Western Cape are enjoying continued recovery: They’ve gone up by 2.34% since last Monday. Read more
  • BrightRock reaches milestone with R1 billion paid out in claims
    Needs-matched life insurer, BrightRock, today announced that it had reached the R1 billion mark in claims paid since the company’s market entry seven years ago. Read more

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