Digital revolution revives Africa’s insurance industry

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JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – TECHNOLOGY is changing the face of the insurance industry in Africa as companies in the sector embrace latest solutions in their expansion into the continent. This is the prevailing sentiment among experts from a leading global multinational software corporation. “Insurers need to know their customers’ current More...

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