Papa Penny now has his own funeral cover business

Penny Penny Funeral Cover Papa Penny Aheee

Xitsonga music icon Eric Nkovani, popularly known as Papa Penny Aheee, has announced that he has ventured into funeral cover business. 

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Taking to Instagram to make the announce, Penny Penny posted a flyer of the company trading as Penny Penny Funeral Cover. According to the flyer, people who buy his funeral plan will get benefits such as a tombstone, cows, groceries, airtime and a free tent.

Speaking to The Juice, Papa Penny’s nephew Laas, who is reportedly a partner in the company, said this is one of the many ways Penny Penny has chosen to give back to his community.

“He is serving people in his community. He has been using his salary to feed people. So he thought about this business and came up with a cheaper [funeral] policy.”

The policies are underwritten by 3Sixty Life, a black-owned insurance company established in 1993 and also provides policies to Doves funeral company.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE Papa Penny said: “I am a people’s person and want to help disadvantaged people that couldn’t afford funeral costs. The premiums are expensive so I wanted to introduce a policy at a cheaper price.”

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The Legendary Zola is back on your screens with Hope With Zola

Bonginkosi Dlamini Zola 7 Hope with Zola

Musician and actor Zola 7, whose real name is Bonginkosi Dlamini is back on our television screens with a show called Hope With Zola. Bonginkosi is best known for presenting the SABC1 Zola 7, a television show named after him.

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The Umdlwembe hitmaker recently announced on social media that he will be making a television comeback after eight years of break.

“I’m going to be doing exactly what I was born for. I have a new show called Hope with Zola. You’ll follow me on Facebook with your hopes. It’s on DStv on Moja Love, I’m doing exactly what I was born for and it’s gonna be lit. In Jesus name and the devil won’t win,” the 41-year-old musician wrote.

The series is expected to follow a similar format to Zola 7, which saw Bonginkosi helps the needy. However, Hope With Zola will be centrally focused on sustainable development projects within townships and rural areas.

Hope With Zola will premiere on Moja Love TV on Tuesday, 16 October 2018, at 21:30.

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