Generators lighten our load – here’s how to insure them

With the current state of the electricity network and its inability to generate sufficient power at all times, we need to be prepared to live with the inconvenience of loadshedding for the next few years. Aside from the practicalities of being without electricity, the biggest concern is how to protect ourselves, our loved ones, our homes and our businesses from harm.

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Why maintaining your home and its contents is crucial

Your home is where you and your loved ones are safe and secure. To prevent that safety and security from being compromised, looking after and maintaining your home and its contents is crucial.

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Renting out your villa – This is what you need to know

Investing in buy-to-let property, or renting out a holiday home or villa, has become a popular avenue for individuals looking to invest for the future; yet, while this may provide an attractive revenue stream, it is critical for such an asset to be properly protected to mitigate the financial risks.

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Shocking crime statistics see personal and home protection prioritised

South African citizens have been urged to practice extra caution following the release of the South African Police Service (SAPS) annual crime statistics for April 2013 to March 2014 by National police commissioner Riah Phiyega.

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Distracted driver behaviour leading cause of accidents worldwide

Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of road accidents worldwide. According to the Automobile Association of South Africa, 40 people die on South Africa’s roads every day resulting in almost 14,000 deaths every year.

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Telematics to positively impact the future of SA’s road safety

The recent spate of large-scale traffic accidents has firmly put the spotlight on road safety, as businesses and insurance companies consider new technologies in an effort to track and improve driving behaviour as a means to mitigating this risk.

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