29 July 2014
The South African Insurance Association promotes MsLelo Ntshalintshali as General Manager, Stakeholder Relations and Communications
The South African Insurance Association (SAIA) has announced the promotion of Ms Lelo Ntshalintshali as the General Manager, responsible for the newly formed Stakeholder Relations and Communications portfolio.
Lelo is not a newcomer to the SAIA, having joined the association in October 2011 as Stakeholder Relations Manager. She was also responsible for the continued implementation of the short-term insurance industry’s consumer education initiative, which is run by the SAIA on behalf of its members.
Lelo holds a BA degree from the University of Swaziland, Post-grad Diploma in Management from Wits Business School and a BA Honours (Journalism and Media Studies) from the University of Witwatersrand. She is currently completing her MA degree (Journalism and Media Studies) with the same institution.
“We look forward to drawing on Lelo’s experience as she takes on her new responsibilities in this important portfolio. Lelo has already proven during her tenure at the SAIA that she is more than capable to add value to the association and its members,” says Barry Scott, SAIA Chief Executive.
Issued by the South African Insurance Association (SAIA)
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About the SAIA
The SAIA is the voice of the short term insurance industry. It represents the industry at all levels and with all stakeholders, to ensure a sustainable and dynamic short term insurance industry for the benefit of all South Africans. The SAIA represents most of the short term insurance companies in South Africa and is authorised to negotiate on their behalf. The Association has 60 members who abide by the SAIA code of conduct. Members of the SAIA abide by the SAIA Code of Conduct and participate in the Office of the Ombudsman for Short-term Insurance. The SAIA also participates and is represented in various organisations within and outside the insurance industry.