Current Poll

In terms of vicarious liability, damages should not be borne by companies in all conditions, but only in those circumstances which it is reasonable for them to do so. Do you agree?

Yes, damages should only be borne by companies in those circumstances which it is reasonable for them to do so. (10.14%)
No. If there is a sufficiently close link between the employee’s acts and the purposes and business of the employer, the employer should be held liable for delicts committed by their employees. (33.33%)
As long as the employee is acting within the course and scope of his or her duty… the employer will be held liable. (56.52%)
Other Polls

Does the trend of complaints point to an industry that is not in good health as far as governance and its conduct is concerned?

Ran from 28 Oct 2019 to 06 Nov 2019

Do you think that ESG focused funds are more successful than traditional funds?

Ran from 21 Oct 2019 to 27 Oct 2019

Do you think that a focus on income benefits over lumpsum benefits will fundamentally shift the value of income protection to make it more appealing to clients?

Ran from 17 Oct 2019 to 18 Oct 2019

No developing economy has ever built a single-payer complementary NHI equivalent covering the entire population. NHI promises comprehensive care but it is also 100% free at the point-of-service. Is this practical?

Ran from 09 Oct 2019 to 16 Oct 2019

Do you think that the FSCA’s decision to remit Steinhoff’s administrative from R1,5 billion to R53 million was the right decision?

Ran from 30 Sep 2019 to 08 Oct 2019

Is 30 the new 65?

Ran from 17 Sep 2019 to 29 Sep 2019

Do you often come across situations where non-disclosure may become an issue when dealing with clients?

Ran from 10 Sep 2019 to 16 Sep 2019

In its current format, what will the future of medical schemes be in an industry run by the NHI?

Ran from 21 Aug 2019 to 09 Sep 2019

Do you believe the FIA awards help product providers to understand the service expectations of the intermediary?

Ran from 14 Aug 2019 to 20 Aug 2019

What could the claims arena possibly look like in 2030?

Ran from 30 Jul 2019 to 13 Aug 2019
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