Business interrupted, but insurers don’t want to pay

Business interrupted, but insurers don’t want to pay

Hundreds of business owners fighting for survival, largely in South Africas embattled tourism and hospitality industry, have another battle on their hands related to the economic fallout of the Covid…
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