AUTO & GENERAL INSURANCE INVESTS IN EDUCATION

Jun 2017

Auto & General Insurance recently awarded a bursary valued at R200 000 to a past student of the Itirele-Zenzele High School in Diepsloot. The insurer has supported the high school since 2013 with the goal of increasing the matric pass rate.

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AUTO & GENERAL INSURANCE - WHAT EXPERIENCE LOOKS LIKE

Mar 2017

For almost 32 years, Auto & General has been garnering knowledge through experience and pioneering their way across a complicated and ever-changing insurance landscape. They have successfully managed to strike the balance between tradition and innovation.

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AUTO & GENERAL SERVICE REWARD

May 2014

Crime continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing South African business. As companies brace for the unfortunate onslaught of crime that characterises the festive season, auto & general Business Insurance is urging business-owners to step-up their security measures.

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BUSINESSES MUST STEP UP SECURITY FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON

Nov 2013

Crime continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing South African business. As companies brace for the unfortunate onslaught of crime that characterises the festive season, auto & general Business Insurance is urging business-owners to step-up their security measures.

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CONSUMERS DON'T HAVE TO SIT BACK AND ABSORB INSURANCE PREMIUM HIKES

Sep 2013

Although various indicators are pointing to short-term insurance premium increases in 2014, consumers don’t have to just sit back and absorb them. There are things – within their control – that can be done to offset imposed premium increases.

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AUTO & GENERAL AIDS HUNDREDS OF UNDERPRIVILEGED KIDS IN HEIDEDAL

Aug 2013

auto & general recently teamed up with Glassfit, Tracker and Cape Insurance Replacements to assist the Elanja Children’s Initiative.

The Cape Town and Bloemfontein based organisations donated 500kg of soya to Elanja, which operates in three primary schools in Heidedal, Bloemfontein.

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INSURANCE PREMIUMS WILL ESCALATE SAYS LEADING INSURER

Jun 2013

Consumers will have to tighten their already taut belts in 2014 as insurance premiums are set to increase. This is according to Leon Vermaak, CEO of Auto & General Insurance. Vermaak says that South Africa’s weakening currency, the number of recent local natural disasters and the increase in vehicle accidents are the reasons behind the rate increases.

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AUTO & GENERAL LAUNCHES ALL RISKS BUSINESS COVER

Jun 2013

auto & general Insurance has extended its suite of business insurance solutions to include innovative, stand-alone Business All Risk and Motor Cover for the largely untapped tradesman and small, medium and micro enterprise (SMME) market.

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SMALL BUSINESSES CAN NOW COVER THEMSELVES AGAINST CLAIMS FOR MISTAKES

May 2013

Auto & General Insurance has added Errors & Omissions cover to its Business Insurance product suite. The solution provides cover of up to R50-million to protect businesses against claims by a client for an alleged mistake or omission that has caused financial loss.

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SANDTON'S THEATRE ON THE SQUARE ANNOUNCES A NEW NAMING RIGHTS SPONSOR

May 2013

The quest to secure a new sponsor for Sandton’s theatre gem is finally over! Daphne Kuhn, who established the Theatre on the Square in 1994, is very proud to announce that the sponsorship baton has been passed on to the insurance giant, Auto & General Insurance!

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NALEDI THEATRE AWARDS:CELEBRATING 10 YEARS

Mar 2013

South Africa's premier theatre awards celebrate a remarkable milestone this year – a decade of theatre excellence. The Naledi Theatre Awards have grown from their humble beginnings at the Sound Stage in Midrand into one of the biggest awards events for live theatre in South Africa.

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE ANNUAL NALEDI THEATRE AWARDS ANNOUNCED

Mar 2013

It's time to roll out the red carpet and dust off the black tie, as South Africa stage stars get ready to gather for the 10th Naledi Theatre Awards, supported by auto & general Insurance.

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CRIME REMAINS AN EVER-PRESENT THREAT TO SMALL BUSINESSES

Jun 2012

Small and medium sized businesses will continue to be seen as soft targets by criminals if they don’t prioritise security and implement measures to protect their premises, equipment and employees.

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SPEAK UP – DON’T LET YOUR INSURANCE LAPSE

Nov 2011

With the country’s unemployment rate hovering at a disconcerting 25.7% in the second quarter of 2011 and 62% of South Africans of the consensus that they struggle to make ends meet, it’s clear that millions of South Africans are under immense financial stress and are being forced to cut expenses dramatically to survive.

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THE ODDS OF BEING INVOLVED OR WITNESSING A CRASH OVER THE HOLIDAYS IS HIGH – WHAT TO DO? (1)

Nov 2011

The word “carnage” is often used to describe what unfolds on South African roads over the festive season when the elation of celebrating Christmas and ushering in the New Year is always marred by dramatic increases in accidents on the roads in every province.

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THE ODDS OF BEING INVOLVED OR WITNESSING A CRASH OVER THE HOLIDAYS IS HIGH – WHAT TO DO?

Nov 2011

The word “carnage” is often used to describe what unfolds on South African roads over the festive season when the elation of celebrating Christmas and ushering in the New Year is always marred by dramatic increases in accidents on the roads in every province.

During the 2010/2011 festive season, 1 221 fatal crashes occurred resulting in 1 551 people losing their lives.

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DON’T BE COMPLACENT ABOUT SAFETY IN A RESIDENTIAL ESTATE (1)

Oct 2011

Those living in residential estates and gated communities need to be as vigilant about security as those living in standalone houses – perhaps even more so.

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DON’T BE COMPLACENT ABOUT SAFETY IN A RESIDENTIAL ESTATE

Oct 2011

Those living in residential estates and gated communities need to be as vigilant about security as those living in standalone houses – perhaps even more so.

Recent media reports and studies done by the Department of Forensic Investigation indicate that criminals do not consider dwellings in enclosures to be tougher targets, and are targeting them with increasing frequency. It is primarily the residents who believe they are safer.

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