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.
South Africa is currently one of the most attractive destinations for power project developers, sponsors and energy players seeking investment opportunities to support and grow power projects. One of the key drivers for any power sector player remains an enabling environment with long-term sustainability and commitment to enhance and support growth.
Amid concerns around the productivity of wine farms due to economic challenges and unpredictable weather patterns, the sector expects reasonable harvest this year.
It is estimated that around 80% of start-ups in South Africa fail in the first year. Yet, small businesses are seen as a catalyst for the growth and development of the South African economy and employment opportunities. Hence, the importance to support these businesses cannot be understated.