Financial services group Sanlam says it has submitted an offer letter to the board of AfroCentric Investment, expressing its firm intention to acquire a controlling shareholding in the majority black-owned JSE-listed investment holding company.
The majority of South Africans' mental health is most significantly impacted by their finances. A recent Sanlam Savings survey on the impact of money, indicated that 78% of people are extremely worried about their finances.
South Africans could soon be paying as much as 5% more on their premiums as insurers face growing risks both globally and locally.
Financial services group Sanlam Group on Thursday (8 September) published interim Results for the six months ended June 2022, showing a decline in headline earnings under a difficult trading environment.
The Competition Commission is conducting search and seizure operations at the premises of eight insurance companies South Africa over allegations of collusion and price fixing.
Businesses are not meeting their B-BBEE scorecard targets, collectively achieving only an average of 87.16% of their contribution targets, according to the 2022 Sanlam Gauge Report.
Insurance group Sanlam Individual Life has published its claims data for 2021, showing the biggest death and funeral claims for its clients in South Africa.
One of the key insights to come out of the 2022 Sanlam Benchmark Survey - an annual body of research into the state of retirement funds and retirees in South Africa - is the emergence of a new ‘currency’ in…
Death is not absolute when it comes to your debt and taxes in South Africa.
South Africa's retirement industry does not believe that Treasury will be able to implement South Africa's new two-pot retirement system by March 2023, as it involves ‘an enormous amount of work’.