A Funeral Plan you can trust – losing a loved one is already hard enough for those left behind, ensure that funeral expenses and financial strain are the last things they have to worry about.
We have different cover options to suit your budget and family needs.
Terms and conditions apply. Please note this is a summary of the iWYZE Funeral Plan for information purposes only and does not replace the iWYZE Funeral Plan’s terms and conditions. Any claim for benefits will be considered against the terms and conditions that apply at the time of claim and as set out in the policy documentation.
iWYZE Individual Funeral Plan
iWYZE Single Adult Family Funeral Plan
These plans were not designed to cover any other person for example an
additional spouse or another extended relative such as a grandparent,
cousin, sibling, niece and nephew unless Optional Cover for
parents/parents-in-law was purchased at an additional premium.
You must be 18 or older and younger than 60 when you applied. You and all insured persons must be and remain for the policy lifetime, permanent residents of South Africa with valid South African identity documentation.
A maximum of four parents/parents-in-law, not older than the age of 84, may be added to any iWYZE Funeral Plan at an extra premium for each additional parent.
Dependent child means your biological, legally adopted or stepchild who is not married and at the time of his/her death, is:
To qualify for cover under the iWYZE Single Adult Family Funeral Plan or iWYZE Family Funeral Plan, a stepchild’s biological or legally adoptive parent must, at any time after the birth of the stepchild, have been married to you. For the purposes of this definition, married means a marriage (including a customary marriage) or union recognised under South African law. The child of the person you live with as a couple (common-law relationship) will not be regarded as your stepchild.
A stillborn is your biological child who was inside the mother’s womb for at least 182 days.
Spouse means the person you are married to by any law, custom or religion, or if you are not married, the person you live with as a couple (common-law relationship).
Parents/parents-in-law mean biological, legally adoptive or stepparent of the Policyholder or his/her Spouse.