Sasria SOC Ltd is the only short-term insurer that provides special risk cover to all individuals and businesses that own assets in South Africa, as well as government entities. This is unique cover against risks such as civil commotion, public disorder, strikes, riots and terrorism, making South Africa one of the few countries in the world that provide this insurance, particularly at affordable premiums.
By enabling businesses to restore their liquidity or operations quickly and efficiently after experiencing loss or damage due to special risk events, Sasria SOC Ltd plays a significant role in preventing job losses, maintaining livelihoods, restoring pride and dignity and facilitating economic stability.
What we can do
Having insurance allows you or your business to prepare for any uncertainties that may arise. Our special risk insurance is exactly the solution to safeguard your assets against such incidents.
Corporate and Commercial
All businesses are exposed to a variety of risks, with our special risk cover, we aim to prepare you for such uncertainties. Sasria’s special risk insurance is the perfect solution in keeping you at ease and assuring you that your assets are protected.
The curveballs that life throws at you are inevitable. What would happen if your house or car got damaged as a result of strikes or riots? Luckily, our short-term special risk insurance is just the solution you need.
Insurer & Broker
Sasria partners with a network of agent companies, brokers and underwriting to offer affordable special risk cover for clients.
In such a competitive market space, it can be challenging to find a risk cover – or professional advice for that matter – that suits your client’s needs. We pride ourselves in offering your customers a solution that is easy, convenient and valuable; giving business owners the confidence in knowing that should an a Sasria peril induced occur, your clients are safe.
Submission of Claims
When the time to make a claim comes, you want to be able to do it easy and quick. You can make your submission via this link.
Service providers who wish to work with Sasria should be registered at National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database.