COVID-19 Update:

AllLife Policy Holders can rest assured knowing their AllLife Policy is not impacted by the COVID-19 virus.

Please take the time to read about how the COVID-19 virus can affect those living with HIV or Diabetes below;

HIV & COVID-19   |   DIABETES & COVID-19   |   COVID-19 SA Resource Portal

AllLife helps people living with HIV or Diabetes get life cover.

Premiums start from less than *R5 per day, and your cover lasts for the rest of your life.

Your cover starts from the first day you pay your premium and, for very little extra, you can choose to receive up to 75%  of your premiums back if you are disabled or unable to work. It’s cash when you need it most.

*Risk Profile Dependant – Premiums increase by 6% every year and can be reviewed with 30 days notice.

A world first
Life insurance for people living with HIV+

AllLife offers a world first, life insurance for people living with HIV.

In 2005, AllLife was the first company in the world to offer whole life insurance to HIV-positive individuals.

What will I be insured for?

In just a few simple steps, you’ll be covered for Comprehensive Life Insurance and HIV Disability Cover (optional). We believe in offering you the right kind of life insurance to suit your needs. We will find a tailor-made solution that suits your life.

You get more than a life policy, you get a team to help you stay healthy.

Comprehensive
Life insurance for people living with diabetes

Instant cover for type 1 and type 2 diabetics with just one call.

AllLife provides comprehensive life cover to people living with diabetes, as we understand that diabetes is a chronic manageable disease.

What will be insured?

With just one phone call, you’ll be offered comprehensive Diabetic Life Insurance and Diabetic Disability Cover (optional). A simple underwriting process is completed once you’ve signed up, usually consisting of common blood tests, to determine if full cover can be continued.

Life insurance is not for you, it’s for those you love.

Enola Roux’s husband, Pieter, was diagnosed with diabetes.

When Pieter passed in April 2018, Enola received a benefit pay-out of R1,250,000.