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01 January 2017

January 2017

A view from the top as 2017 is ushered in - The Stage - 17 January 2017
Cyber crime becomes a multi-billion dollar industry - Straight Talk - 18 January 2017
A new scam rocks the life insurance industry - Featured Article - 19 January 2017
Building wealth and improving lives - 23 January 2017
No joy for Hunter as the FSB triumphs - Featured Article - 25 January 2017
Little sympathy for Ford’s that are not built tough - 26 January 2017
Profitability during regulation - 30 January 2017
The industry's response to technology - 31 January 2017

February 2017

Protesting against the fast and the furious - 1 February 2017
Introducing the client of the future - 2 February 2017
Hindsight is never an exact science - 6 February 2017
Building capacity in a time of opportunity - 7 February 2017
On road to making the country great again - 8 February 2017
Winning at the Raging Bull Awards - 9 February 2017
Rain or shine, agri is in recovery - 13 February 2017
A leap of faith to become relevant - The Stage - 14  February 2017
A sobering budget is on the cards -Straight Talk - 15 February 2017
Risk management, is it rolling dice with the devil? - Featured Article - 16 February 2017
A sad farewell to an industry stalwart - 20 February 2017
Usher in a new era - 22 February 2017
#Budget2017 – Did Gordhan succeed? - 23 February 2017
Warming up the demarcation bulldozer - 27 February 2017
A yardstick to measure excellence - 28 February 2017

March 2017

The curious case of disengagement - 1 March 2017
Adjusting to a new normal in a risk based world - 2 March 2017
Hard hits from industry heavyweights- 6 March 2017
The industry is not filled with charlatans - The Stage - 7 March 2017
Draining the public cash cow - Featured Article - 8 March 2017
A grand seduction - 9 March 2017
The industry is resilient and well run - #proofinthepudding - 13 March 2017
A beast government can’t control - Straight Talk - 14 March 2017
Time in the market is best for everyone - 15 March 2017
Talking about bread and butter issues - 16 March 2017
We need to put our best foot forward - 22 March 2017
Digitisation shakes life insurance landscape - 23 March 2017
Showing value over promising the world - 27 March 2017
Good news in tough times - 28 March 2017
Protecting and serving financial intermediaries and consumers - 29 Mach 2017
And the winner is.... - 30 March 2017

April 2017

Are we in a freefall to junk? - 3 April 2017
Fighting the good fight- The Stage - 5 April 2017
Out with the old, in with the new - 6 April 2017
FSB addresses concerns surrounding Regulatory Reform - Straight Talk - 10 April 2017 
After the dust settles, we may come out ok - 12 April 2017
Appreciating understated value- 13 April 2017
Insurers face a toll from severe weather events- 18 April 2017
Kids: Your new clients, are you prepared? - The Stage - 20 April 2017
New trends can only benefit the industry - Featured Article - 24 April 2017
Facing the same risks as claims take their toll - 25 April 2017

 May 2017

Moving forward one shuffle at a time - 2 May 2017
How long will it take SA to regain its investment grade? - Straight Talk - 3 May 2017
Insurers feel the pinch of junk status freefall - Featured Article - 8 May 2017
Material non-disclosure - 9 May 2017
Rationality must take centre stage - The Stage - 11 May 2017
A few challenging factors - 15 May 2017
Relying on a non-disclosure to repudiate - 16 May 2017
Finalists announced as the 2017 FIA Awards contenders hit the home stretch - 17 May 2017
Will NHI be the end of medical schemes - 18 May 2017
Taking risks and working past them - Straight Talk - 22 May 2017
Good news in troubled times - 23 May 2017
Unseen perils and unexpected outcomes - 24 May 2017

 

 

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QUESTION

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has said that the NHI will bring about change in the industry which will see medical schemes a slim picture of their former selves. Do you think this is the right approach to be taken?

ANSWER

No, medical schemes offer invaluable coverage in a market that is being ravaged by high costs.
Yes, universal healthcare will benefit the country in the long run.
Just wait, the minister will soon find out that a medical industry without medical schemes is no industry at all.
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