Day Zero is looming. for the hospitality, film and entertainment industries, the consequences could be dire.

The first RISKAFRICA pop-up event deals with the water crisis in the Western Cape and the impact this will have not only on the tourism industry but on local industry at large.

What does Day Zero mean for insurers and their policyholders? Will business interruption insurance cover drought? What about client refunds when there are cancellations or specific events are found to be impossible to run without water?

RISKAFRICA has assembled the best experts in their fields and what they have to say might surprise and even shock you.

Ticket sales for this pertinent event are open now to the interested public, insurance professionals and especially those working in the tourism, events and hospitality sectors

Braam Malherbe

Malherbe’s a highly sought-after international motivational speaker, extreme adventurer, TV presenter, youth developer, and author of The Great Run, but most of all he is a no-nonsense conservationist.

Lana Mizen
national head of hospitality of Bryte Insurance Company

Mizen has extensive experience in the short-term insurance industry, having started her insurance career with a broker.

Julius Steyn
CEO of GrahamTek Holdings

Steyn is an experienced international business executive and turnaround strategist. His experience of organisational leadership, principal consultant and C-level positions spans 24 years.

Denise Hattingh
owner and key individual of KEU Underwriting Managers

Hattingh began her insurance career in 1996. She opened KEU, which specialises in the entertainment industry, especially film, TV and events, in 2001.

Adam Spires
video blogger

Touching on different points ranging from adventure to politics to public interest, Spires’ passion is what drives him to make entertaining vlogs (video blogs) that the internet can enjoy.


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