News and Articles

  • 11 April 2016

    Storms are building – the safety belts are on!

    As we look back on 2015 a song by Roger Waters of Pink Floyd comes to mind. The song is titled “Goodbye Blue Sky” and describes in its simplest form, the Blitz; the German bombing campaign of British cities in World War 2.

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  • 18 July 2014

    Clients with brokers complain less

    Clients of intermediated insurance companies submitted 30% fewer complaints to the Ombudsman for Short-term Insurance (OSTI) in 2013 than those of direct insurers.

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  • 05 June 2013

    Retirement Planning Opportunity

    Professor Matthew Lester and Mark Cowley demonstrate the tax advantages of investing through a retirement annuity fund in South Africa.

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  • 20 July 2011

    Providing the best cover available

    Following the presentation to the media by Kenny Rabson, Deputy CEO of Discovery Life, exploring the myths and realities of direct life insurance, articles have been published that discuss the research findings and also express the views of direct insurers.

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  • 12 June 2011

    Your Cancer Cover May not be enough

    One in seven men and one in eight women in South Africa will suffer from cancer during their lives, the most recent National Cancer Registry statistics show. With such a high chance that you could contract this dread disease, it makes sense to ensure that you have enough healthcare cover to pay for the rapidly escalating costs of treatment.

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  • 12 June 2011

    Oncology benefits: What to look for

    When you consider the cover that your medical scheme provides for cancer, the obvious limits to look at are those for chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

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  • 12 April 2011

    Who will cover you when your medical aid will not?

    Today many people find themselves with shortfalls in cover provided by their medical schemes, not necessarily due reduction in benefits, but simply because of the rate that medical technology improves at and the cost associated with such technology or procedures. The response from the medical schemes to these changes are the introduction of sub-limits, co-payments and fixed tariffs. Therefore more and more people have the need for extra benefits to compliment their medical aid cover to provide for shortfalls, but some of these don’t come cheap! Our solution is simple, straight-forward and affordable.

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  • 24 January 2011

    Retirement savings: Stay on target

    It is easy to assume that what you earn and save will determine how much money you will have in retirement. In other words, if you save a fixed percentage of your income for your entire working life, you have enough for retirement.

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  • Investing your pension payout

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  • The value of the financial adviser in life insurance

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  • Ensure that you get the best cover available

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  • Direct life insurance 'more expensive'

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  • Altrisk to provide cover for racing drivers

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