The C4MS decided that a good use of its time and resources was to renew its Vision and Mission. They felt so proud of it they wrote an actual circular about it. When I read it I had a mini throw up made of muesli and yoghurt mixed with black coffee. I hate these things on principle because,… Continue reading Mini throw up
Kudos to Bronwyn Nortje for asking some very relevant questions about the sudden retraction of the Low Cost Benefit Option framework. I agree that the timing of the retraction seems a bit suspicious. On the other hand I also believe that the retracted framework had some deep flaws and that the process was more than just… Continue reading What’s going on?
Imagine that. Some people actually went and read the proposed Regulation 8 amendment to figure out what the implications are. I was pleasantly surprised by the C4MS’s press release which dealt with the matter in an emotionally detached and logical manner. Who are you and what did you do with the real C4MS? Then there was… Continue reading Cutting through the BS
So our regulator is giving out advice on choosing a benefit option and/or medical scheme. Five things: Based on their track record I’m loath to take advice from these guys, even if it is free (as in candy). Giving out proper advice on which scheme and option to choose constitutes financial advice, which means that a person… Continue reading Trust me I know what I’m doing
Remember when I said that the the Registrar was living out a superhero fantasy?
Bursar couldn’t sleep on Monday night so he sat up and wrote about the angry letter that SAMA sent to the editor of the Business Report. In the cold light of day it didn’t read well and was in fact not salvageable at all so Bursar scrapped it. (OK I will stop with the illeism.)… Continue reading Roundup (insomnia edition)