Penny Penny opens funeral fund assisting the previously disadvantaged

Penny Penny opens funeral fund assisting the previously disadvantaged

- Epic musician Penny Penny has tried on many hats in his life time

- After failing to make premier of Limpopo, he decided to open a funeral fund

- The fund aims to help those who were previously disadvantaged and unable to afford one

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When one door closes another one opens. Giyani Kulani, better known as Penny Penny, is a musician as well as a politician. It has been months since he failed at becoming the premier of Limpopo, and has now decided to go into the funeral business.

On Thursday, Penny Penny used social media as a platform to inform all of his new venture. He outlaid the various options available.

A black-owned insurance company by the name of 3Sixty Life, will be responsible for the underwriting of the policies. This company was established in 1993, which offers policies to Doves Funeral.

Penny Penny explained to TshisaLIVE that he decision to venture into the funeral business was purely for those people out there that are unable to afford funeral cover. learnt that he is aware of the price one has to pay for such a cover and being the people’s person he is, he needed to assist those less fortunate than himself with be able to offer a policy at a much lower price.

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After going public with his new venture, Penny Penny is pleased to say that the response he has received from people all over the country, has been a good one with people wanting to know more.

His future plans comprise of having mobile offices placed around the country. This will enable everyone to be aware of a more affordable funeral cover.

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The plan is not focused on one specific group but is appealing to young and old. He even wants to go as far as introducing the cheaper cover to out neighboring countries.

This amazing and generous man, through the Penny Penny Foundation, on a monthly basis, feeds approximately 50 people and it is all paid out of his own back pocket!

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