FNB launches Shares Zero investment account

First National Bank (FNB) launch a new Shares Zero investment account with no monthly account fees and with a brokerage charge of 0.25 percent of the transaction value.Raj Makanjee, the chief executive of FNB Retail, said the growing interest in investments was...

Nine tips to avoid being defrauded when shopping online

FNB is urging customers to use trustworthy and secure merchants for online shopping, to avoid being defrauded by merchant fraudsters FNB Card chief executive Chris Labuschagne said that in recent months, the bank had seen a rise in a new fraud modus operandi targeting...

Elevated unemployment levels ‘likely to continue’

South Africa would likely continue to see elevated levels of unemployment as more graduates look for jobs this year when companies were cautious of entering into long-term employment contracts with employees, First National Bank (FNB) economist Thanda Sithole said...

Bank Zero still waiting on the sidelines

BANK Zero, the app-driven bank that anticipates going live soon, faces the challenge of transitioning to banking operations while working from home. Last week, chief executive and co-founder Yatin Narsai said it would be the the first to transact with a complete value...
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