The first African instalment of the Insurance Data Science Conference (IDSC) is coming to Johannesburg (new date to be announced).
What will our post-coronavirus, home-fed, carbon-reduced, hygiene-obsessed, fresh air-infused humanity look like? I am interested to hear your views.
Many individuals, especially those who are marginalised and limited by societal constructs or stereotypes, believe that their dream career is out of their reach. I believe that one of the keys to success is finding a mentor who can work
With many organizations and policymakers putting diversity firmly on the agenda it was refreshing to read an article that moves us from hypotheses into action.
It was my pleasure to chair ALU School of Insurance’s final speaker event of the year titled ‘The Future of the Insurance consumer’ which was hosted by Hannover Re. Our speakers, Abu Addae, co-founder and CEO of LifeCheq and Soeren Kruse,
I’m wrapping my head around the thorny issue of assisted suicide and how it could affect well-established norms in the insurance industry. The topic of assisted suicide has long been controversial. The term ‘suicide tourism’ – arguably a form of
CNN recently published a piece on preparing for a 100-year life. It cited the rising proportion of people attaining age 100, coupled by low birth rates in some countries. There are some practicalities which governments will have to face –
It was a delight to host the first African Leadership University (ALU) School of Insurance (SOI), event in Johannesburg on 20 August. ALU is an exciting social entrepreneurship venture which is on a mission to produce 3 million African leaders over