Insurance claims due to unrest unlikely to be paid out soon

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 File image of residents cleaning up a mall that had been looted.
File image of residents cleaning up a mall that had been looted.
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If you have claimed from South African Special Risk Insurance Association (Sasria) following the recent unrest in the province, don’t expect your claim to be finalised soon.

The violent unrest that swept through KwaZulu-Natal crippled businesses and put thousands of jobs at risk.

Major retailers like Massmart, the Shoprite Group, Pick n Pay and Spar, have said they will rebuild what the looters torched and damaged.

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