22Oct2019

Getting to grips with your right to repair

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The right to repair is an interesting, if lesser known, aspect of insurance. Indwe Risk Services examines why it is important and what consumers (and the insurers themselves) need to be aware of.   The right to repair is a voluntary code of conduct set by the Competition Commission. It recognises that the owner of
22Oct2019

The cost of insufficient insurance

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At a time when companies and individuals are trying to reduce expenses, there is a real danger that people will opt to under-insure themselves to save a few rands in the short-term. But Indwe cautions that this will have a significant financial impact when the time comes to submit a claim.   “The adage of,
07Oct2019

Understanding the insurance impact of abnormal loads and hazardous goods

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Businesses that transport abnormal loads or hazardous goods on South African public roads need to ensure that they have the relevant insurance in place to account for all the potential risks associated with this. Indwe Risk Services looks at the complexities in this regard.   The reality is that certain loads cannot be transported without

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