Interested in bright minds discussing big ideas? Broaden your perspective with the latest thought leadership on the future of health, wellness, business and insurance from innovators, experts and industry leaders.
Discovery Vitality Ambassador and South Africa's most decorated Olympian Chad Le Clos doesn’t believe enough is being done to develop young South African swimmers. Together with his sponsors and supporters, he’s determined to make a difference
Whatever the challenge – regular exercise, healthy eating, saving money or staying mentally strong - without the answer to why, it can all feel a little too hard to do, and way too easy to give up.
“Thuma Mina” means “send me”. The Solidarity Fund gives South Africans the opportunity to individually and together, take up the task to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
We have more business investment expertise lined up for you in our next Inspire Session this month. Keet van Zyl, Cora Fernandez and Nolo Masite make up our second panel of ‘Investors’ and are all set to share a wealth of experience and expertise with us in Cape Town during the last week of February.
What does it take to build a business and see it flourish? Bame Pule, Polo Leteka and Clive Butkow are ‘The Investors’ who have all done it themselves and enjoyed the fruits of their success. Now, they’re keen to share their learnings and insights with us at our next Inspire Session in Johannesburg this February.
What does the future hold? How can businesses evolve to truly benefit from the trends of change? Dion Chang, Bronwyn Williams and Musa Kalenga are ‘The Futurists’ with the insight and know-how.
We are bombarded with new research that shows that by changing our day-to-day habits, we can improve our lives. But how do we just do it? Thanks to insights into human decision-making, we now know how to trick our brains into forming positive, healthy habits.
Many of us rely quite heavily on the efficiency of auto-populated email addresses and auto-correction in our typing. But there are some hidden dangers we ought to be aware of. Here are 7 ways to watch out for cybersquatting.
How do you create longevity in a business built around a sense of community? Our next set of panelists, Arlene Mulder, Sam Bendzula and Shaun Duwe are experienced ‘Community Builders’ with a creative touch. Join us for the next Inspire Session in Cape Town to find out more
Discovery Business Insurance and Heavy Chef are hosting the next installment of the Inspire session series on 26 November 2019. This time around, we’ll be learning about the future of finance with ‘The Fintechnologists’.
Discovery Insure’s innovative Vitality Drive Sensor which uses vehicle telematics to accurately track driving behaviour has won the Best Commercial IoT solution in the MTN Business Internet of Things (IoT) Awards
‘Inspire’ sessions, in partnership with Discovery Business Insurance and Heavy Chef have invited three CEOs who can all truly be proud of the successful community orientated platforms they have created.
‘Inspire’ sessions are hosting the next installment of the series on 29 October 2019. Join ‘The Unifiers’, Lwando Xaso, Albie Sachs and Robbie Brozin for a fascinating evening discussing what it takes to be one of the best leaders in business.
Discovery changed the insurance game when it helped a huge proportion of its client base embrace a cleaner-eating, gym-going, safe-driving culture. Now Discovery is going into banking to help people become similarly healthy with their finances. The question is: how?
The last installment for this month’s ‘Inspire’ sessions, in partnership with Discovery Business Insurance and Heavy Chef is all set to be an insightful discussion around influencer marketing. Join our panel of influencers in Cape Town on 26 September 2019.
‘Inspire’ sessions, in partnership with Discovery Business Insurance and Heavy Chef are hosting the fourth installment of the series on 19 September 2019. Join the ‘Media Mavens’, Elizabeth Lee Ming, Richard Poplak and Gareth Cliff for an insightful evening.
The third installment of the Discovery Business Insurance and Heavy Chef ‘Inspire’ series for entrepreneurs saw a panel of educators share a wealth of experience and knowledge to a sell-out crowd. Enlightening the audience were former President, Thabo Mbeki, Sam Paddock and Rapelang Rabana.
Discovery now has a chief in its midst after announcing South African soccer icon Lucas ‘Rhoo’ Radebe as its latest Discovery Vitality Ambassador. Learn more about this legend and why we’re so excited to be working with him in inspiring healthier, more active lifestyles!
Discovery Foundation recipients, alumni and leaders in clinical medicine and education came together for the annual Discovery Foundation conference and awards. This year, the Discovery Foundation awarded grants to 42 medical specialist and institutions to the value of R27 million.
Discovery Business Insurance and Heavy Chef are hosting a series of Inspire Sessions for entrepreneurs. Next up on our panel are three exceptional women, Roxy Davis, Hanli Prinsloo and Sizakele Marutlulle.
Heavy Chef and Discovery have come together to create a new series of events and learning experiences to inspire entrepreneurs and business owners. Kicking off ‘Inspire’ in August 2019, are Adrian Gore and Barry Swartzberg.
Maya Angelou once said, “If you don't know where you've come from, you don't know where you're going.” This year, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka is heading to their fifth Tour de France. Here’s a look at some milestones so far.
Adrian Gore, founder and Group Chief Executive of Discovery Limited, explains the motivation behind Discovery’s bold move into the well-established South African banking arena…
There are a number of ways in which you may be unknowingly putting your personal information at risk when you’re engaging or transacting online. Here’s what you need to know about protecting your personal information in the digital world.
In this opinion piece by Adrian Gore, founder and Group Chief Executive of Discovery Limited, he argues that while South Africa faces many challenges, only a vision-based leadership that is both clear-sighted and hopeful will help us solve them.
Business leaders, economists and world leaders gathered at the 2018 Discovery Leadership Summit and shared their views on the role of leadership in society. Economic growth, the subject of innovation and behavioural economics were high on the agenda.
We asked Lord Jim O’Neill he would make the world healthier and he immediately spoke of tackling the ‘greatest global crisis of antimicrobial resistance’. Here, he balances the cost of solving this crisis against the cost of doing nothing.
Discovery prioritses both people-orientated product design and disruptive innovation. At first glance, it appears the two won’t mix, but Harvard Professor, Clayton Christensen – who coined the term “disruptive innovation” – says they can and do.
We sat down with economist, leadership coach and global productivity expert Caroline Webb to get insights from her book, How To Have A Good Day, and some neuroscientific 'brain hacks' to help you flourish at work – both mentally and emotionally.
Be inspired by learning just how much Vitality Active Rewards members have given back to society by achieving their goals and donating their rewards to fellow South Africans in need.
Discovery CEO, Adrian Gore, looks back to the start of the Discovery journey and the evolution to where we are today – a business which has been able to align our core purpose of making people healthier, enhancing and protecting lives with our commercial interests.
The responsibility to treat water as a precious natural resource is on all of us. Discovery is acting to create more natural water sources, to donate water and to prevent illness in water-scarce areas. Here's how you can be part of these efforts.
On 21 February 2018, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba announced a one percentage point increase in value-added tax (VAT) from 14% to 15%, effective from 1 April 2018.
Vitality is a compelling behaviour change platform that partners with leading insurers and forward-thinking employers around the world. More than 8 million people globally engage in the Vitality health programme, and as of 24 July 2018, clients in Japan can too.