In the news today: The Reserve Bank says there will be no banking crisis if land expropriation goes ahead, Nigeria plans to fund its budget by selling state-owned companies, and the Insurance Institute of South Africa introduces CPD packages for individuals and companies


Reserve Bank confident banks can handle land expropriation

The ANC’s land expropriation policy won’t cause a banking crisis, says Lesetja Kganyago, governor of the Reserve Bank.  READ MORE

Nigeria plans to fund budget by selling state-owned companies

Ten state-owned companies are to go on sale to selected investors, including Nicon Insurance and Skyway Aviation Handling.  READ MORE

IISA to introduce CPD packages for individuals and companies

New CPD packages will address the different needs of stakeholders in the short-term insurance industry, including non-members.  READ MORE

African Risk Capacity becomes a member of the World Economic Forum

The African Union’s specialised agency will join the WEF in a bid to share ideas relating to natural disaster risk reduction and resilience.  READ MORE

Women underrepresented in insurance industry boardrooms

Although women have made significant strides in the insurance industry, they are still underrepresented in boardrooms.  READ MORE