We recognise the devastating impact that the current Covid-19 pandemic is having on businesses and people in South Africa and beyond. We applaud the government’s swift and decisive action to mitigate transmission risks in South Africa, as we all play our part in flattening the curve.
According to the World Health Organisation, breast cancer impacts 2.1 million women each year. In 2018, 15% of all cancer deaths in women were due to breast cancer. Men, however, can also develop breast cancer.
It is no surprise that the COVID–19 pandemic has put a lot of fear and doubt in the minds of South African citizens.
Many factories, shops and small businesses have been forced to close temporarily, travel bans have been enforced and individuals are panic buying due to the unknown of what may be next.
Since the Constitutional Court of South Africa decriminalised use and private cultivation of cannabis (dagga) in September last year, there has been much discussion around the personal use of dagga and how it affects a long-term insurance claim.