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The Covid pandemic and last July’s KwaZulu-Natal riots highlighted just how important insurance can be to cushion households and businesses from the effect of crises.
This week’s annual report from the Prudential Authority (PA) serves to highlight the other side of this: the importance of ensuring that insurers remain solid and sound enough to deliver for their clients when they are needed...
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