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FNB dragged into bribery claims

Allegations of bribery against the bank’s chief executive, Jacques Celliers, thrown up in a separate court case

Rain brings tentative hope of a normal farming season

After weeks of oppressive heat and decreasing dam levels, recent rains renew hope for farmers

Reserve Bank cuts repo rate

In a move that will bring some relief to consumers the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) cut its repo rate on Thursday to 6.5% The...

Ex-CSOS boss must answer for VBS cash

R80-million left the CSOS in two tranches under the pretext of being an investment

Customers to benefit from disruption in retail banking, says FNB

The bank's vision is to be a trusted money manager

FNB narrowly beats Capitec for top spot in digital banking survey

The report found that FNB came first not because of customers' rising satisfaction with the bank, but because of decreasing happiness with Capitec

Retail sales grow as household consumption recovers

Growth was seen across all retail categories with the largest seen in household furniture, appliances and equipment

What do the Guptas’ employees say?

The Mail & Guardian spoke to some of the protesters who marched on three of SA's biggest banks and asked them what they thought of the Guptas.

FNB launches mobile service

FNB has announced that it has become the first bank to offer its own SIM cards to its customers from June 15.

Business confidence in building sector on five-year high

Business confidence is on the rise, according to the First National Bank/Bureau for Economic Research building confidence index.

Where the heart is: South Africa’s post-apartheid housing failure

Thousands of South Africans earn too much to qualify for an RDP home and too little get a mortgage. Many are losing hope.

Court dismisses racism claims against FNB

The North Gauteng High Court has ruled in favour of First National Bank after claims of racism from bond recalculator Emerald van Zyl.

Did FNB chief take one for the team?

Michael Jordaan resigned soon after an ad campaign by the bank led to a public falling out with the ANC.

Zambian politics trip up FirstRand

Shareholders of Finance Bank are contesting the legality of FNB's doomed acquisition in 2011.

ANC’s ‘treason’ cry a repressive apartheid tactic

For democracy to succeed, we need more, not less, dialogue, particularly among the youth, says Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela.

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