African Reinsurance Corporation (South Africa) ltd -ARCSA–

We strive to have our client at the centre of everything we do. Working closely with our clients to understand their strategic and operational goals enables us to deliver a customised range of solutions that promote mutually beneficial growth and success. In this way we make a valuable contribution to the availability of local capacity, in line with our strategic objective to discourage the flight of premiums off the continent.

As a wholly owned subsidiary of the African Reinsurance Corporation, Africa Re South Africa (ARCSA) is responsible for writing both treaty and facultative business in South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Swaziland and Namibia. ARCSA opened as a representative office in 1995 and delivers reinsurance solutions for all classes of business. It was incorporated in late 2003, and commenced business in 2004 as a separately capitalised subsidiary.

ARCSA is regulated by the joint regulatory regime of the South African Reserve Bank Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority via FSB.

Africa Re Group provides parental guarantee to the African Reinsurance Corporation (South African) Limited.

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10 Sherborne Road, Parktown 2193

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Manager, Claims

Expertise Manager, Claims

Manager, Claims

Dumisani Dlamini has occupied the role of Claims Manager at African Reinsurance Corporation South Africa since July 2009, when he was tasked with setting up a fully-fledged standalone Claims Department.

Dlamini began his insurance career in 1984 as a claims clerk at Swaziland Royal Insurance Corporation (SRIC). In 1991 he worked for several insurance companies in South Africa such as Allianz, Commercial Union and SA Eagle, serving in different capacities within their respective Claims Departments until 2004. In February of that year he joined Swiss Re as the Claims Manager responsible for the East African Region including Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia and Swaziland. In addition to his formal occupational activities, he served as the company’s representative in the Insurance Institute’s Motor Advisory Committee.

Some of his notable achievements include a number of presentations in Reinsurance Claims Management in regional seminars organised by Africa Re Group and Africa Re SA. He also served as deputy chairman of the committee set up by Africa Re Management to formulate the Group’s Claims Management Procedure Manual.

Dlamini studied Advanced Risk Management at the University of South Africa (UNISA) and Business Management at Wits University.

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