Africa's biggest insurer Sanlam expects its profits to more than double in the six months ended June, partly benefiting from the low base effect set in the comparable period when a barrage of claims related KwaZulu-Natal hit its short-term insurance arm, Santam.

During the comparable period, its short-term insurance unit was also blighted by high levels of claims inflation, electrical power-surge and vehicle theft-related claims...

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