We were supposed to announce the winner on 24 March 2020, but Covid19 forced us to postpone the event.
After an extended Lockdown and all indications that we will not able to get all of our 140 guests in one room, we decided to do this Online and LIVE.
On 3 June 2020 TIA hosted the best Online Live event any of our guests have ever attended… by far the event of the year.
Our MC for the night was Nico Panagio (Survivor SA) sitting in his studio in Cape Town and the rest of the contestants joining us from their homes in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
Our main sponsor for the finale was Hollard Insure and the co-sponsors was Santam, Discovery Insure, Bryte and Chubb.
This Final episode is co-sponsored by Chubb and Elite Risk Acceptances.
Who won the title?
See for yourself!
Another social media influencer wins R4 000 but the R20 000 prize for the #SUPERFAN, sponsored by Constantia, is still up for grabs.
In this week’s behind the scenes interview, Simon Colman has a few laughs with fellow judge, Nadia and the show’s host, Letlhogonolo. We also find out who wins the Elite Risk Acceptances R4,000 social media prize.
This week Simon Colman chats to Rianet Whitehead and Ryan Peimer. Ryan, a top-dog TV director, who took this season to the next level. Ryan shares some real behind-the-scenes info about the contestants (and judges). We also find out how this season ends!
This week, head judge Simon Colman chats to Carla Jordan and Chris Potter from Emerald Risk Transfer. Why did they decide to send JP home instead of Memory? Watch this and find out why. Christelle Colman also gives away another Elite Risk Acceptances R2,000 prize for the LinkedIn influencer of the week. Watch “Behind The Scenes” now.
In this episode, Simon Colman chats to Caroline da Silva of the Financial Sector Conduct Authority about debarment on The Insurance Apprentice, outsourced fees and broker commissions during COVID-19 lockdown.
And we have another weekly winner of the R2,000 social media prize sponsored by Elite Risk Acceptances.
In this episode our head judge, Simon Colman chats to the creator of The Insurance Apprentice, Rianet Whitehead. What’s this about someone disappearing from season 3?
The winner of the R5 000 prize for the social media influencer of the season is also announced.
Due to the Coronavirus disease (COVID 19) pandemic we have had to make some changes to the last stretch of the competition. Our head judge, Simon Colman, explained this and some exciting new developments.