Product lines

We offer the construction industry customised and comprehensive products and solutions and have a proven track record in terms of innovation. We are continuously researching the market to produce superior products that are tailor made for the construction industry’s needs.

Engineering Risk Insurance:

  • Contractors All Risks
  • Erection All Risks
  • Project Delay / Advanced Loss of Profits
  • Completed Civil Engineering Risks
  • Removal of Support Risks
  • Plant All Risks
  • Machinery Breakdown
  • Deterioration of Stock
  • Works Damage
  • Electronic Equipment

Renewable Energy:

GCube and C&G have established an exclusive underwriting partnership for renewable energy insurance solutions that are tailored for the Southern African market. This partnership will offer a total available capacity of up to ZAR 4 billion per project, making it the largest such collaboration of its kind for renewable energy insurance in the world. This brings together GCube’s proven global skills and knowledge with C&G’s Southern African expertise and resources.



Construction Guarantees:

Contractors are required to provide guarantees as a condition when awarded a contract. There are various types of bonds/guarantees that are requested by the Employer/Owner of the contract.

Types of Bonds/Guarantees

  • Bid Bond/Guarantee
  • Advance Payment Bond/Guarantee
  • Performance Bond/Guarantee
  • Retention Bond/Guarantee

Renewable Energy Guarantees

Contractors are required to provide guarantees as a condition when awarded a contract. There are various types of bonds/guarantees that are requested by the Employer/Owner of the contract.

  • Bid Bond/Guarantee
  • Advance Payment Bond/Guarantee
  • Performance Bond/Guarantee

Retail Fuel Guarantees

The Retailer (Service Station) has to provide the Fuel Company with a Fuel Guarantee to enable the service station to trade on a debit order payment system. The service station will be able manage their cash flows more efficiently if a guarantee is provided to the Fuel Company. In the absence of a Fuel Guarantee, the service station has to pre-pay in the form of hard cash or provide the fuel company with a bank guaranteed cheque before an order is placed for fuel.