Mutual & Federal was crowned the top Insurer in SAMBRA’s annual Insurer Survey. Santam received second place, while Zurich achieved the third position.
SAMBRA joined the RMI as an exhibitor at the South African Automotive Week which took place from the 14 – 17 October at Gallagher Estate in Midrand.
Beyond showcasing what SAMBRA has to offer businesses and the public, SAMBRA and the RMI hosted the semi-finals of the national WorldSkills competition.
The recent devastating accident on the N12 in Alberton involving two heavy commercial vehicles and over 40 passenger vehicles has brought the motor industry into the spotlight once more.
In an article that originally appeared in the City Press, the Insurance Ombudsman takes stock of short term insurance complaints this year…
The Compensation Fund has implemented an Integrated Claims Management System, making it easier for employers to submit and track electronic claims…
Toyota SA Motors do not endorse or approve any body repair products or equipment other than those listed in the ToyotaCare standard for Body and Paint Repairers.
Although not on the ToyotaCare list, the cost-effective spraybooth heater, AltHeat, is recognised by Toyota as a cost-effective and environmentally sound solution for body repairers / panel beaters.
Productivity SA successfully kicked off their FREE BUSINESS START-UP WORKSHOP series in Cape Town recently. This practical and interactive workshop – free to SAMBRA members – aims to cultivate productive behaviour and distribute productivity competencies among SMMEs, with discussion points including:
UPDATE: The deadline for the Hollard Review Tender Process been extended to 12 September. If you do not submit your applications by this date, you will not be considered for Hollard Approved Repairer status.
Article published on risksa.com: Santam reported a 10 per cent increase in gross written premiums, excluding cell captive insurance business, despite difficult market conditions, and a net underwriting margin of 7.4 per cent. This is above the long-term target range of four per cent to six per cent.
RMI and its volunteer partners have commenced with the process to find a South African Competitor to represent South African in each of the respective trades at the 2015 Brazil WorldSkills Competition. The RMI is the custodian of the WorldSkills Competition for the three automotive trades: Automotive Technology (Mechanics), Autobody Repairs (Panelbeating) and Car Painting (Spraypainting).