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Cape Town – Without strong economic growth, indicators are showing SA is moving towards social unrest, cautioned Fred Robertson, executive chair of Brimstone Investment.

"I am led to believe that Sasria is now paying out more claims than they paid out in the 1980s during the revolutionary years. People are dissatisfied – the poorest of the poor," he said as keynote speaker at the annual general meeting of the Century City branch of the Black Management Forum (BMF).

Sasria provides special risk cover against, for instance, civil commotion, public disorder, strikes, riots and terrorism.

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