• Quick and easy Life cover

    No paperwork, just Life cover that's quick, easy and hassle free. 



Live for today. Insure for tomorrow.

From school fees and groceries to home loans and car payments, Life cover is all about making sure your dependents can afford the life you always planned for them, even if you’re no longer around.

Hollard's Life cover will insure you for up to R1.2 million, without you having to do any medical tests. We've made the application process quick and easy. Simply fill in a call me back and one of our agents will get back to you, or click here to get a quote and buy online. 

Why choose our Life cover?

  • 20% CashBack after 5 years
  • R30 000 Funeral benefit that covers you and your partner at no additional cost 
  • R10 000 Funeral benefit that covers up to 4 children at no additional cost 
  • No medical tests required 
  • An additional 30% cover amount at no extra charge if you've had an HIV test in the past 12 months, and the results were negative 


How to claim

Need to make a Life cover claim? Speak to your financial advisor, call us on 0860 00 00 11 or get started on our website.

Start claim

Check and update your policy

This is honest insurance for honest people. Please call us on 0860 00 00 11 to check or update your policy and details if your circumstances change. This will ensure you’re always covered. 



Contact Us

Number: 011 351 5000
Monday to Friday 08:00 to 17:00  
Fax: 011 351 3003   
Walk in centre hours:
Monday to Thursday 08:00 to 16:30
 

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