January 2020

Say HELLO to GWII’s new President… Catherine Pienaar

Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) is pleased to announce that Catherine Pienaar, has assumed the position of GWII President for 2020. On behalf of Catherine and the GWII committee, we would like to thank Rianet Whitehead (2019 GWII President) for all her efforts in leading GWII during the past year. Rianet’s effort and contributions as Read More

Meet GWII’s new Deputy President Michelle-Dee Coetzee

Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) is pleased to announce that Michelle-Dee Coetzee, a GWII committee member, has assumed the position of GWII Deputy President for 2020. Michelle has fulfilled various roles within the financial services industry to service our short-term insurance market. This includes corporate governance, risk management, strategic project management and leadership advisory. Her Read More

Meet the new GWII committee members

Kyndra Robertson Client Account Manager Retro Rabbit Tell us a little about yourself and your career in insurance. I joined the financial services industry in 2013 at the start of my career and have been indirectly involved with the insurance sector as a supplier to multiple insurers and brokers for the past four years. What is Read More

Staying on track in 2020

Health Tip #1: Eat a healthy diet; Health Tip #2: Exercise; Health Tip #3: Avoid risky habits; Health Tip #4: Manage stress; Health Tip #5: Sun safely; Health Tip #6: Check for breast cancer. Tips for boosting your financial health Here are a few tips for how to get your finances on track in 2020. Read More

With the arrival of 2020… refuel and re-energize

Tired of being tired? Looking for a way to reclaim that vitality and stamina that has seemingly waned for good? Here are 10 easy ways to re-energize. De-stress. Chronic stress and anxiety not only make you weary, they can also negatively impact your brain and body. When you are overwhelmed and tied up in tension, Read More

Can osteoporosis be reversed with diet?

A 12-month study of over 1 000 people aimed to answer this question – can osteoporosis be reversed with diet? Following a Mediterranean-type diet could reduce bone loss in people with osteoporosis. This is according to a new University of East Anglia study of more than 1 000 people, aged between 65 and 79. For Read More