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Absa set to relocate to Century City

Absa Bank is set to consolidate its 14 offices in the Western Cape to one centrally located regional  office at Century City. One of the largest financial services groups in...

Markit Opportunity crowned Barclays Africa Supply Chain Challenge champion

Barclays Africa Group Limited (Barclays Africa) crowned Markit Opportunity the Barclays Africa Supply Chain Challenge champion at a panel submission judging event held at The Bandwidth Barn Accelerator in Cape Town...

Absa’s Top 10 Pinotage finalists

The Absa Top 10 Pinotage Awards is one of South Africa’s premier wine industry contests. This year’s competition marks the 19th consecutive year of collaboration between Absa Bank Ltd, member of...

Barclays Africa delivers strong half year performance as strategy gains momentum

Barclays Africa Group Limited (‘Barclays Africa’ or ‘the Group’) today announced an 11% increase in headline earnings for the six months ended 30 June 2015 and remains firmly on track to...

Power up with Absa

Absa now offers its customers the opportunity to select and finance a fully customised renewable energy solution that fits around their lifestyle and financial circumstances and that will allow them to...

Uwaiz Jassat appointed to head up Absa Islamic Banking

 Absa Islamic Banking business has seen phenomenal growth across South Africa and the continent in recent years. The appointment of Uwaiz Jassat as the head of Islamic Banking will further set...

Last chance to enter ‘Harvest Competition’ with Cape Business News!

Cape Business News and Absa are celebrating harvest season in the Western Cape and Absa is giving away two cases of Pinotage. Today is your last chance to enter! To...

Tax free savings

The South African National Treasury has drafted various proposals around retirement reform to encourage citizens to get into the habit of saving for their retirement. Over the years government has...

“Corporate SA must spend money with small businesses to create jobs”

The intention of previous black economic empowerment (BEE) laws was to spread economic activity more evenly among SA’s population. Rather than actively creating more jobs, the laws levelled the playing field...

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WEG Africa’s new Cape Town premises reflect 30 years of growth

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