24 Jul 2008 16:01 - Staff Reporter A gang of eight armed men robbed a Nedbank branch in Pretoria on Thursday, police said, after which followed a high-speed car chase.
16 Jul 2008 11:04 - Maya Fisher-French The effects of higher interest rates and inflation cannot be underestimated, writes Maya Fisher-French.
15 Jul 2008 09:24 - Staff Reporter Though banks are required to refund customers who booked Nationwide tickets using their credit cards or debit cards, this has not always happened.
09 Jul 2008 16:33 - Imke Van Hoorn SA banks have not been discouraged by the ongoing spate of bombings of ATMs and will continue to provide financial services in remote areas.
26 Jun 2008 06:00 - Maya Fisher-French Debt: Combined with higher fuel and food prices, middle-income earners have hit a wall -- and further interest rate hikes have not been ruled out.
24 Jun 2008 17:08 - Barrie Terblanche By far the most interesting service that banks recently introduced to their businessowner clients is an online accounting package, introduced by FNB.
18 Jun 2008 08:52 - Maya Fisher-French Banks confirmed last week that they will refund customers who bought tickets for flights on Nationwide Airlines or concerts by singer Josh Groban using either a debit or credit card.
05 Jun 2008 10:00 - George Chen Standard Bank Group, 20% owned by the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), will explore global banking acquisition opportunities jointly with its Chinese partner.
06 Jun 2008 17:47 - David Jackson The South African credit card industry is bracing itself for a new round of innovation and competition.
09 Jun 2008 11:34 - David Jackson Many card issuers offer the budget facility as a vehicle for card holders to consolidate their existing debt and -- in return -- they offer customers an incentive in the pricing, in the form of preferential interest rates.
09 Jun 2008 12:30 - Staff Reporter The banking industry will install new ATMs throughout the country despite recent bombings, the South African Banking Risk Information Centre said on Monday.
09 Jun 2008 12:18 - Maya Fisher-French FNB has come to the market with an aggressive pricing package that provides free and unlimited electronic banking for R66 a month.
09 Jun 2008 13:07 - David Jackson The rising popularity of debit cards complements the traditional credit card market.