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The man who pledged to ‘take a bullet’ for Trump

On Tuesday that once-deep loyalty melted away when Cohen stunningly implicated the US president in two felony crimes

Former Trump campaign chief goes on trial for bank and tax fraud

Paul Manafort has pleaded not guilty to 18 counts of bank and tax fraud related to his lobbying activities

Chip and PIN not as safe as you think

Many bank customers' cards are being used fraudulently despite the safety of a PIN and banks argue the customer must have compromised the PIN.

Yengeni resigns from directorships

ANC former chief whip Tony Yengeni's lawyer said on Thursday he has resigned all the directorships he holds in six companies.

How safe is it to shop on the internet?

Be careful when paying with your credit card over the internet as your bank is not liable if you deal with a non-reputable vendor.

Beware the latest phishing scam

A new phishing scam, using both the Banking Association South Africa logo and the South African Revenue Services (SARS) logo, has been uncovered.

Is it safe to use your bank card?

With all the reports of fraud and criminal syndicates, we are becoming nervous about using our cards. But are we overreacting?

How to spot a fake email

Four ways to tell that you are being scammed.

Card skimming on the decrease

The number of card skimming attempts has decreased significantly this year, according to statistics released by FNB Credit Card's Fraud department.

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Call for applications for the position of GCRO executive director

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