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You cannot claim for:
This refers to any loss or damage that arises as a result of contact with asbestos in any form or quantity. This is because of the inherently hazardous nature of the substance.
Certain computer risks
This refers to the failure of any piece of computing equipment, or any of its associated hardware and peripherals, to recognise a date, leading to the inability to perform its computing functions. It also includes costs and expenses incurred by you to reinstate data or programs lost as a result of accidental erasure. This is on condition that the lost data or programs were not caused by:
○ program errors
○ a virus or malware (harmful software such as viruses or Trojans)
○ inadvertent cancellation, corruption of data or incorrect entry.
Damage caused by incidents covered by legislation
This refers to any event for which a compensation fund has already been set up under relevant government legislation, whether in South Africa or any other country where the policy applies. An example of such legislation in South Africa is the War Damages Insurance and Compensation Act (Act 85 of 1976).
Nuclear risks
These are risks associated with the nuclear industry in general.
They include nuclear-weapons material; ionisation, radiation or contamination by radioactivity from any nuclear fuel or any nuclear waste; and combustion of nuclear fuel, which includes any self-sustaining process of nuclear  ssion or fusion.
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