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04Apr 2017
The king has your back, your business, and even your bakkie.

Find the right cover for your home-based business Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? Do you work out of your home? Would you say that any of your equipment or products are stored at your home? Then you, oh conqueror of new worlds, need an insurer that understands the risks you face and knows very well […]

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14Mar 2017
Tips for driving in the rain

The king cares about you, come rain or shine. So can we talk about that rain last week…? Crazy. If anyone in Gauteng was caught in the downpour while driving, then hats off to you. It was certainly no small thing trying to navigate your way through poor visibility, wiper blades doing their impression of […]

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12Mar 2017
Keep your tyres in roadworthy condition

How to keep your tyres in top condition. As you might have noticed, we like to put a smile on your face by giving you great insurance products that suit your budget, decreasing your premiums, handling your claims efficiently, and helping you out of tight spots with our royal benefits. One of the super important […]

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06Mar 2017
Trainer and Facilitator position available at the King Price Training Department!

If you are adaptable, resilient, fun to be around and have the right attitude for the job and fit the criteria below, then we would like to hear from you.  

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15Feb 2017
You are your ultimate Valentine

We love you. Seriously, whether you’re part of our kingdom or not, we love our fellow countrymen and women… And given that it’s the month of love we thought we’d remind you that in our eyes, you’re a royal treat.

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05Feb 2017
We can’t insure your heart but we can insure all your heart’s desires

February is, traditionally speaking, the month of love. There’s a lot of red and pink floating around, restaurants are being vetted for lighting and ambiance, picnic spots scoped out, trinkets are bought, and soppy love songs abound.

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