R50 000 Accidental Death Cover Is Officially Yours

In South Africa, it is alarming that fewer than four out of ten people have any form of life cover. Add to this that the cost of living continues to rise, and the idea of losing a breadwinner without any life cover becomes an unbearable prospect that is admittedly not something any of us would like to consider. Who do families turn to when losing not just a loved one but also their only source of income?


At AllLife, we understand that this is an unthinkable prospect not only for the families left behind but for us, too, as we have always believed that everybody deserves the right to be insured, which is why we are making it our business to provide all South African’s with some form of life cover by making R50 000 accidental death cover available. The only proviso is that you have a valid South African ID number and email address and are between 18 and 75 years old.

Don’t worry about the premiums. AllLife will pick this up as we continue to look for ways to ease the burden on South Africans concerned about how to survive tomorrow when the unthinkable happens.

How does it work?

Don’t worry. We aren’t going to keep you on the line for hours or send you for a string of assessments as long as your arm. If you are between 18 and 75, and you earn above R5000 a month all you need to do is click on this link and complete your name, surname, ID number and email address. Once you have provided your details, your documents will be emailed to you. It takes just ten seconds! 

According to our CEO Steph Bester, who has been said to have the heart of a David against the Goliaths: “Business is about so much more than making good profits. At AllLife, we have made it our mission over the years to bring access to life cover to marginalised communities, and we are ready to take the next step in that mission. Our entire team is exceptionally proud to be part of a business that believes in making a difference that extends beyond  ourselves.”

Why rely on AllLife? 

Think back to 2005. AllLife was the first company to put a stake in the ground and offer life cover to people living with HIV – a segment of our population that was ignored and even feared by the many big life insurance companies at the time. But we didn’t stop there. In 2013 we extended our offerings to include cover for people living with diabetes, another group of South Africans largely avoided by mainstream life insurers.  

“This is just the start. We are not stopping here. We recently developed and brought to market  a product that ensures ALL people in South Africa are covered, even if they live with dread or chronic conditions such as cancer and heart conditions. We have tasked ourselves to find life cover that is inclusive to all South Africans, regardless of your health,” says Bester.

What are you waiting for? 

In a world where every day is riddled with real-life challenges, both in and out of our control, it is refreshing to find some hope and good news, just knowing someone has your back. The majority of South Africans have monthly budgets that don’t balance, leaving difficult decisions around what to keep and cancel. 

Let’s strip away some of that burden together. Sign up and let your loved ones go on living, knowing that someone in your family unit has cover in place without worrying about a monthly debit order.

We believe all South Africans should have Life Cover.

Another first from AllLife who have always believed that all South Africans should have Life Cover, regardless of their health.

You are guaranteed a minimum of R 3 Million Life Cover without any medical test, but you could qualify for up to R 10 Million depending on your circumstances.

Life Cover to secure your family financially when they need it most.

  • No medicals for Life Cover for up to R 3 million
  • Life cover for people between the ages of 18 – 75
  • Paperless application
  • Unlimited beneficiaries

All it takes is one phone call, and you could be covered today.

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