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The name Qhubeka has been an active topic of late with the Dimension Data Qhubeka Team doing so well at the current Tour De France, what a privilege it was to be part of the Qhubeka Bicycle handover in Orlando East. Sixty shiny and new green Dimension Data Qhubeka Bicycles were handed over to the learners of Selelekele High School at Orlando Communal Hall.Read more
The Barker team definitely “spread the love” this morning for their annual Mandela Day 67mins of service. This year’s theme of a “Hug in a Mug”, saw the team put together 67 soup cups which were filled with soup sachets and a sachet of coffee to warm 67 bellies.Read more
2016 brings up an iconic milestone shared by Barker Insurance Brokers and Hollard. Take a mini trip down memory lane with us…
Barker Insurance Broker, previously known as KO Barker Insurance Broker Pty Ltd had been in business for 7years, with 7 employees, Ken & Bev Barker, Liz Steele, Lily Howard, Theresa Legodi, Albert Makwala & Enneth Nyandeni, 6 of which are still with Barker Insurance todayRead more
We came across this interesting article from Moneyweb Today which hits the nail on the head with regards to the weaker rand and how this affects your insurance cover. At Barker insurance, we do our very best to annually increase values on Household Contents, Houseowners, Jewellery items and Computer equipment at our annual policy renewal. However we do always advise that clients keep a regular eye on their cover and make sure that their cover values are updated regularly where necessary, to avoid being out of pocket in the event of a loss.Read more
Barker Insurance BIB Unite team visited Nazareth House on the 22nd of March 2016, just in time to spread some love before the Easter weekend. Nazareth House has become a well-known place of safety for many, including abandoned children, terminally ill and impoverished adults, and the elderly.Read more
Toward the end of 2015, Redhill student Dominique Pretorius sent out an appeal for a project that the Grade 7’s were assigned. The project was called The Leavers Legacy Project. The motivation of the Leavers Legacy Project is to leave behind something great for others less fortunate.Read more
The BIB Unite committee was given an opportunity to help the hard working midwives at the Hillbrow MOU (Maternity Obstetric Unit) as part of our BIB Unite 2015 Christmas Initiative.
Trudi Peters, who is one of our valued clients and resident reflexologist at the office qualified to become a Doula this year. For those that are unfamiliar with the term, a Doula is a women who gives help, support, and advice to another woman during pregnancy, during and after the birth. Trudi then decided to generously volunteer her time at the Hillbrow MOU on a regular basis.
Its that time of year again where BIB gives CASH back! On the 10th of November, 976 Private & Fleet clients received 16% of their annual premiums back, totaling R 4,368,004! And on the 12th of November, 284 Commercial clients will receive 3% of their annual premium back totaling R 387,512. A big congratulation’s to those that received their BIB CASH BACK BONUS. Happy spending!Read more
The end of the year is around the corner so let’s take a brief moment to reflect back on 2015, the numerous challenges we have all faced and overcome and also the significant difference we have made in the lives of family, friends, clients, partners and colleagues around us.Read more
The South African Insurance & Motor industry is in a state of crisis due to high cost levels.
Cost of ownership is higher on newer cars, largely because they are more capable, far cleaner, fuel-efficient and far safer. With the increase of computers and electronics, taking a car to the shop is more expensive than ever.Read more