Auditor concerns over the going-concern status of the SA Special Risks Insurance Association (Sasria) has caused it to be unable to meet the end-September deadline for the tabling of its 2020/2021 annual report in parliament.

Sasria — the state-owned insurer that provides cover against risks such as civil commotion, public disorder, riots and terrorism — falls under the jurisdiction of the Treasury...

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