Insuring your personal generator

By: Christelle Colman, Managing Director of Elite Risk Acceptances After a few weeks of national rolling blackouts, Eskom has announced that no load-shedding is anticipated for this week. The system, however, remains vulnerable, and South Africans remain in the dark regarding the future of Eskom’s energy crisis. This uncertainty is expected to drive an increased demand […]

Make sure your student child’s valuables are adequately insured

Your student child will soon be heading back to or starting at their various campuses and like many University and College students, they are walking around with thousands of rands’ worth of property on them.  While Universities and Colleges try to create awareness to eliminate potential security threats and risks, personal property theft is one the most […]

Are you financially protected if your child is injured at school?

Approximately 11 million children will be going to school this month with some of these children participating in various sporting disciplines, ranging from athletics, rugby, hockey, netball, soccer and cricket, in the hope of becoming the new national sports heroes. While it is never pleasant to think about negative occurrences with one’s children, failing to […]

Increased liability risk in the hospitality sector caused by load shedding

Rolling blackouts have once again become a regular occurrence in South Africa as Eskom commenced with the implementation of its load shedding schedule this month. News that the utility is facing massive financial and operational challenges does not bode well for businesses as continued load shedding significantly increases business risks. Not only are many companies […]