BizNews founder Alec Hogg asks Hollard boss the tough questions about business interruption insurance

Insurance companies have refused to pay up for business interruption insurance, insisting that they are not liable for Covid-related shutdowns. But, a court has ruled against them. Instead of giving their clients what is owed, insurers have offered relief payments to some - with the caveat that they are not legally liable. In this interview BizNews founder Alec Hogg asks Willie Lategan, Hollard CEO, to explain the Hollard stance - and whether he thinks the insurance sector can survive this scandal.
29 Jul 2020 10AM English South Africa Investing · Business News

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