Get your tissues because our big bankers earn far more eye-watering amounts compared to SA’s insurance CEOs.
Capitec might still be pulling ahead in the rankings, but it’s showing signs of fatigue with other banks gaining ground.
BrandsEye analysed some 500 000 social media posts to find out how South Africans really feel about our top banks.
Forbes partnered with market research firm Statista to compile a list of the 750 best employers in the world, which includes five from South Africa.
South Africans love a good rant on social media. If you analyse those rants, you’ll see a few patterns emerging.
The 2019 Fortune Global 2 000 list, decided on total revenues for the respective fiscal year, features 12 South African companies.
When you break down their paydays to a daily figure, it’s clear that the CEOs of South Africa’s banks can afford to live pretty lavish lifestyles.
Absa are already feeling the burn from the backlash to their latest rebrand, and now Nando’s have added further fuel to the fire.
Beware – cybercriminals are taking advantage of Absa’s logo redesign with an online scam that targets the bank’s unsuspecting customers.
I’ve never fully understood why some people are loyal to any particular bank, especially when our options are so limited here in SA.
When it comes to ill-thought out ad campaigns and dodgy tweets from major companies, Twitter users don’t hesitate to put them on blast.
It’s common knowledge that South African banks charge us for just about everything, but here’s how we compare to the rest of the world.
Everyone loves a good advertising fail, especially when it comes from a big bad bank. We think you’ll enjoy this effort from Absa then
The Public Investment Corporation is looking into taking over shares in Absa, but what will it mean to the country if another investment goes wrong?
They say competition is healthy, which is why the growth of another big bank here at home can only benefit us Saffas.
The gnomes are coming, and this time they have the backing of ABSA. So just who has a soft spot for these evil little garden dwellers then?
What are we going to do? South Africans are needing some stern advice in the wake of Zuma’s poor choices.
You have got to love Malema for his spirit, even if telling the nation his plans of a counter-revolution just might spoil all the fun.
Here’s something you might ironically call light at the end of the tunnel – ABSA have come out and said they will still pay out on their insurance policies if you are burgled during load shedding.
The Springbok rugby jersey has undergone a design overhaul at the behest of their main sponsors, Absa. From today onward, the Springboks will play in the corporate colours of Absa, one of South Africa’s largest banks.
You’ve heard of the term, “suffering for your art,” right? There’s a reason why the object of that sentence is art, and not “TPS reports”. TPS reports are hard, because they’re boring. Great art is special because it actually takes something away from the artist; blood, sweat, and tears – sometimes quite literally. That’s why […]
John Julyan is a former Western Cape relationship manager at Barclays Wealth (a division of Absa). He is also a very naughty man. Not “use tax-payers money to buy porn” level of naughty, but more “steal more money than I can carry” kind of naughty. He was so naughty that he was found guilty on Monday of 39 counts of theft, totalling R15 million.
If you’re at this year’s Design Indaba, you need the Democratic Republic of Design app. Delegates download the free app to become DRD citizens, and then tweet and post photos about the conference to earn virtual currency – design dollars (D$). These dollars can be spent at the DRD Concept Store. Delegates can also earn […]