FNB has announced First Business Zero, a digital-only business bank account with no monthly account fee, aimed at entry-level, small businesses.
Category - Banking
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Customers benefit as banks launch cost-effective banking solutions.
FNB's exhibition at the Portside building in Cape Town is a fascinating history lesson on the evolution of banking in South Africa.
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Major South African banks (Absa, Nedbank, Standard Bank and FNB) appear to have made improvements in recent years in their accounts targeted at children. They’ve scrapped the monthly admin fees and lowered or gotten rid of some transaction...
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There is a misconception that deposits in bank accounts are guaranteed by government should the bank fail. The reality is that in South Africa there is no deposit insurance, although this is currently being reviewed by the South African Reserve...