In the news today: A French billionaire has pledged more than $100 million to rebuild the fire-damaged Notre Dame cathedral, petrol users are in for a shock and FNB CEO Jacques Celliers says load shedding is “tripping up banking”


French billionaire pledges more than $100 million to rebuild Notre-Dame

François-Henri Pinault, chairman and CEO of luxury group Kering, has pledged more than $110 million towards rebuilding the fire-damaged Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral.  READ MORE

Buildings listed as national monuments underinsured?

In the wake of the fire that damaged a significant portion of Notre Dame cathedral, owners of buildings listed as national monuments need to ensure they have adequate liability cover in place.  READ MORE

Petrol users “in for a shock”: Automobile Association

The Automobile Association (AA) says petrol may increase by 56 cents a litre at the end of April, which is cause for concern given current economic conditions.  READ MORE

Load shedding “tripping up banking”: FNB CEO

FNB CEO Jacques Celliers says load shedding is having a detrimental impact on banking services in the country.  READ MORE

King Price superbike team dominates

The newly formed King Price extreme superbike racing team dominated the podium in the first two rounds of the 2019 Superbike Championship.  READ MORE

IRM regional group event highlights African risk

Book now for the IRM South African Regional Group event to be held in Johannesburg on Tuesday 28 May.  READ MORE

Medscheme launches new administrative platform

Medscheme has created a platform for its medical aid administration business, which reviews around 400 000 claim lines a day.  READ MORE

Australia most popular destination for wealthy migrants

According to the newly released 2019 Global Wealth Migration Review, Australia is the top country worldwide for nigh net worth individual inflows.  READ MORE