25Oct2018

Do you speak insurance?

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Insurance can be a tricky business, particularly if you don’t work in the industry. The terminology can be quite confusing and there is nothing more frustrating than only realising what the terms and conditions actually mean, when you want to claim.   Don’t worry, Indwe has your back! Let’s unpack the four most common misconceptions,
21Sep2018

Spring cleaning your insurance policy: Why is this so important?

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With spring in full bloom and everyone excited about the warmer weather, spring cleaning has become one of the hottest topics. Whether it be a light clean or a full home renovation, the time for change is upon us and things are happening fast.   While spring cleaning around your home is great, it’s just
10Sep2018

How to start investing in shares and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)

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If that headline made you feel slightly intimidated, you’re not alone. Of the 50 odd million South Africans, only a really small number are actually investing in the stock market for this exact reason.   For most people, the idea is kind of daunting. But considering that compared to putting your money in a traditional
10Sep2018

Think a will is only for the rich? Think again!

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Many believe that wills are for rich people. As a result, the Master of the High Court reported recently that about 70% of working South Africans don’t have wills. Executive Head of Indwe BlueStar, Danie van Niekerk, says you need a will as soon as you own some kind of asset, even if it’s only
29Aug2018

Are women better drivers than men?

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As the debate continues over which sex is better behind the wheel, new findings are challenging old perceptions. Based on exhaustive research, Tom Vanderbilt’s book Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us) explores the complex web of biological, psychological and social factors that explain why we drive the

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