BUSA represents South African business on macro-economic and high-level issues that affect it at the national and international levels. Our function is to ensure that business plays a constructive role in the country’s economic growth, development and transformation and to create an environment in ... More Details »
With wide-ranging changes taking place in South Africa, as well as internationally, business people will find it more difficult to operate in isolation and ensure survival. The chamber movement represented by the South African Chamber of Business (SACOB) and its almost 100 constituent chambers is a ... More Details »
The name given to an ordinary surplus treaty, which means that the surplus must be allotted to the treaty first and in priority to any other surplus reinsurance treaty. Sometimes a second surplus treaty, and a third surplus treaty are in place and these would receive a share of the surplus only after the first surplus treaty had received the full amount to which it was entitled.