In the news today: South Africa has the third-highest number of cybercrime victims in the world, Munich Re announces new appointments, and private hospitals say draft NHI laws could threaten 132 000 jobs

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SA has third-highest number of cybercrime victims

The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) says South Africa has the third-highest number of cybercrime victims worldwide.  READ MORE

Munich Re announces new appointments

Munich Re announced five new appointments at a Start of the Year lunch event held in Johannesburg last week.  READ MORE

Private hospitals say draft NHI laws could threaten 132 000 jobs

The Hospital Association of South Africa warns that NHI legislation could lead to the loss of up to 132 000 jobs, particularly if price regulation comes into effect.  READ MORE

Lloyd’s appoints new CFO

Former Allianz CFO, Burkhard Keese, will take up the reins as chief financial officer at Lloyd’s on 1 April 2019.  READ MORE

Top tips for provisional taxpayers

Chartered accounted Marc Sevitz, a co-founder of TaxTim, has some top tax tips for provisional taxpayers as the SARS deadline approaches.  READ MORE