We will all reach a stage where we will have to retire from our jobs. When this day eventually comes, we need to ensure that we are in a space to retire comfortably.
More than half (56%) of middle-income consumers in South Africa spend their entire monthly salary in five days or less after receiving it.
FNB is once again embarking on a series of interactive engagements with entrepreneurs across South Africa’s biggest townships. Launched in 2017, the initiative is part of the bank’s ongoing engagements with small businesses that operate within townships, to unlock mutual value in this “unseen” economy.
The Department of Home Affairs plans to expand its Smart ID and passport partnership with South Africa’s banks, by adding 20 additional branches to the programme in major urban centres. The Smart ID partnership was launched in 2015, with Standard Bank, Absa, Nedbank and FNB joining the programme.
FNB Business has once again been voted “SA’s Best Business Bank” in the 20th Annual Sunday Times Top Brands survey. This makes it the sixth year in a row that FNB Business wins this award. The Sunday Times Top Brands survey is the leading indicator of consumer and brand sentiment in the country.
There is still dissatisfaction in the business conditions within the civil construction industry, according to the FNB and Bureau of Economic Research Civil Confidence Index.
The Western Cape housing market was “strong” by recent national standards, but there were limits to how long this market strength could continue, according to FNB.
FNB will be contributing R10 million towards relief efforts aimed at helping those impacted by widespread fires in parts of the Western Cape and Eastern Cape Provinces.
First National Bank (FNB) today unveiled the FNB Banking App 5.0, the newest version of the App which has a range of digital firsts in Africa. FNB App 5.0 features industry-leading solutions such as FNB Pay, Fingerprint ID, Secure Chat, Smart inContact, 1-touch Report Fraud, as well as the FNB Watch App.