Santam interim earnings battered by fire and floods

Financial services group Santam, defined the major bumps in this period’s performance as low-growth in South African and catastrophe events. Net insurance premium revenue increased by 6 per cent to R11.773 billion and headline earnings per share declined to 990 cents per share. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Hennie Nel, CFO, Santam.

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