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Absa forced its employees to resign – union

Absa forced its employees to resign – union

Almost 140 Absa employees are being forced to resign from the company in order to circumvent a mass retrenchment, trade union Solidarity said on Thursday (9 May 2012).

Banking - By SAPA | 11 May, 2012
Solidarity probes victimisation claims at Absa

Solidarity probes victimisation claims at Absa

Solidarity says it is investigating cases of intimidation and victimisation of IT staff at leading South African bank, Absa.

Banking - By Gareth Vorster | 9 May, 2012
Best and worst banks in SA: reputation survey

Best and worst banks in SA: reputation survey

2012 RepTrak Pulse survey reveals which South African banks have the best and worst reputation

Banking - By Staff Writer | 9 May, 2012
FNB, Standard Bank adverts found to be misleading

FNB, Standard Bank adverts found to be misleading

Both Standard Bank and First National Bank have been found guilty of misleading advertising, according to a report on Friday.

Banking - By SAPA | 27 April, 2012
FNB launches first dotFNB branch in SA

FNB launches first dotFNB branch in SA

Banking group FNB has on Thursday (April 26) unveiled its first dotFNB store at Nicolway Shopping Centre in Bryanston.

Banking - By Gareth Vorster | 26 April, 2012
22seven adds Virgin Money to its accounts

22seven adds Virgin Money to its accounts

South African startup and personal financial management tool 22seven plans to end its free beta in the next 3 weeks, after which the service will cost R70 per month to use, the company recently revealed.

Banking, Internet - By Jan Vermeulen | 23 April, 2012
Nedbank App targets “early May” launch

Nedbank App targets “early May” launch

Nedbank is looking at finally launching its banking application in “early May”, potentially being the third banking firm to launch an app in South Africa, after FNB and Rand Merchant Bank.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 18 April, 2012
Young or old – who is using cellphone banking?

Young or old – who is using cellphone banking?

According to internal research conducted by FNB, the bank’s cellphone banking service attracts consumers as young as 12 and as old as 70 to its mobile banking services.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 17 April, 2012
Survey reveals most satisfied internet banking customers

Survey reveals most satisfied internet banking customers

A new survey by online market research specialists, Columinate, has revealed that FNB and Capitec clients are the most satisfied when it comes to Internet banking.

Banking, Internet - By Quinton Bronkhorst | 11 April, 2012
SA banking fight on price and services

SA banking fight on price and services

South African banks are warming up to consumers with promises of lower bank fees and better customer service

Banking - By Rudolph Muller | 10 April, 2012
E-banking on the rise in SA: survey

E-banking on the rise in SA: survey

Nearly half of South Africans (48%) have used the web in the past three months to buy products and services online, a new survey has revealed.

Banking - By Gareth Vorster | 4 April, 2012
Banking tops online activity survey

Banking tops online activity survey

Banking and keeping track of finances, shopping and searching for jobs are the main tasks of Internet users around the globe, according to a new international survey.

Banking, Internet - By Reuters | 3 April, 2012
FNB eWallet reaches landmark

FNB eWallet reaches landmark

FNB announced today (3 April 2012) that more than one million FNB eWallets have been created – and over R1.6 billion has been paid into them since 2009.

Banking, Mobile - By Staff Writer | 3 April, 2012
Absa to take legal action to shut down campaign

Absa to take legal action to shut down campaign

Banking group Absa has notified the trade union Solidarity that it intends taking legal action in order to close down the webpage www.stopabsa.co.za

Banking - By I-Net Bridge | 29 March, 2012
Sasbo firmly opposes Absa retrenchments

Sasbo firmly opposes Absa retrenchments

Financial services trade union Sasbo, which represents about 20,000 workers at Absa (ASA), said on Thursday it would never agree to any retrenchments at the country’s largest retail banking group.

Banking - By I-Net Bridge | 29 March, 2012
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