10 January 2022

Aon South Africa announces new appointments in Polokwane

Submitted by Teresa Settas

Aon South Africa, a leading global insurance brokerage and risk advisor, has announced the appointment of Teboho Mokoena as branch manager of its Polokwane branch, and Willem Janse van Rensburg as Client Manager.  Both new appointments are effective 1 January 2022.

Teboho Mokoena brings a wealth of experience in risk and insurance to the table, having previously fulfilled the roles of Technical Broker at Aon’s Global Client Network where he was responsible for the SOE and Municipal business portfolios at Aon’s broking centre in Johannesburg. 

Willem van Rensburg has an extensive forty-year track record in the insurance industry, bringing a wealth of experience in claims management and underwriting to the Aon Polokwane team.      

Aon Limpopo (Pty) Ltd is a subsidiary of Aon South Africa and the Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA), which has a 50% stake in Aon Polokwane.

“Aon has a longstanding relationship with the Polokwane and broader Limpopo community that stretches back more than 30 years. We are proud to be associated with local businesses and the Polokwane community and are committed to the future of this province. We are extending our investment in our local branch and are proud to introduce new appointments to our dynamic team in Polokwane,” explains Teboho Mokoena, Aon Polokwane Branch Manager.

“Our Polokwane team is on the ground, bringing you the very best of our fact-based insights, processes, skilled people and technology platforms to inform your decision making, and to be by your side during these disruptive times. We understand that we live in a time when our lives are increasingly impacted by the choices we make, which is why we are fully committed to really understand what makes you and your business unique, so that we can help you navigate through the uncertain times ahead. We’re by your side, supporting you to make it not simply a case of navigating ‘a new normal’, but rather creating a ‘new better’,” concludes Teboho.