The latest South African Customer Satisfaction Index (Sacsi) for banking report is out, and it’s not great news for Absa.
Banking experts will tell you that Capitec has shaken the Big Four (FNB, Absa, Standard Bank and Nedbank) with their entry-level accounts. Let’s see if that rings true.
After reviewing hundreds of African start-ups, TechCrunch Startup Battlefield organisers were damn impressed with a South African newcomer.
Being given the chance to pitch your start-up to venture capitalists is harrowing. Put a 90-second clock on the pitch, and things can get pretty intense.
With a number of digital banks looking to inject new life into South Africa’s banking scene, the question of cybersecurity is once again front and centre.
Every month, some charges you’re aware of, and some that you’re not, fly out of your account. Here’s which SA bank is coming out tops.
As the battle for market share between South Africa’s ‘Big Five’ banks heats up, a new business model is looking to change the game.
Sometimes it’s good to harness the power of the people, and something like AfrikBurn is a prime example of that. So how do Lego and a start-up fit into the equation?
Rebranding an institution the size of Absa is no small task. When it comes to the reaction to the new logo, social media users smell blood.
I’ve never fully understood why some people are loyal to any particular bank, especially when our options are so limited here in SA.