Wednesday, June 12, 2024


In a presentation to local insurance brokerage representatives yesterday, the Managing Director of Mutual & Federal Botswana, Bryan Kelly, unveiled his company’s comprehensive new personal insurance package, Allsure. Although the policy has been available for some time in RSA and Namibia, where it is regarded as one of the best of its kind, it has been redesigned and further refined taking into account unique local conditions and requirements in response to a clear gap in the market.
By signing up for Allsure, policy holders will have access to a single protection package ideally suited to their needs with cover extended across the complete range of personal insurance options.

These include home and household contents covering theft, lightning and storm damage, motor vehicles with a choice of third party, fire and theft or fully comprehensive cover, personal computers, legal costs for both instituting and defending legal actions, domestic employees liability in respect of injury, death or disease, worldwide personal accident cover, all risks on items of value carried outside the home, extended personal liability and bereavement expenses for all household residents. In addition, Allsure also entitles policy holders to automatic cover of money, business goods, property of guests and domestic staff, documents, fridge and deep freeze contents, keys and locks and audio-visual equipment, making this one of the most comprehensive personal insurance package of its kind in Botswana.

In his address to local brokers, Mr. Kelly said that Allsure offered the further advantage of premium payment through EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer), making the process hassle-free for potential policy holders. He also pointed out some of the unique features built into the policy to tailor it exactly to local conditions such as extended personal liability, general higher limits than other similar products as well as a bereavement expenses extension.

Allsure is available directly through Mutual & Federal or through any reputable insurance broker.


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