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First National Bank says it plans to close more than 20 outlets amid the growing adoption of digital banking channels. The bank came to the decision after it launched a review of branch related functions. The bank found that, during the expansion of

First National Bank intends to axe 600 employee positions and close 40 retail branches as its customers shift to digital banking, according to a report. Bloomberg reported on Monday afternoon that the weak economy had also contributed to the cost-cutting

A recent spate of Sim-swap fraud cases saw First National Bank and MTN South Africa portrayed as the least trustworthy companies in their respective industries. Dozens of people have fallen victim to the Sim-swap scam, having hundreds of thousands of rand

A forensic investigator has alleged an inside job at First National Bank and MTN in a Sim-swap scam that pilfers customers of hundreds of thousands of rands. Private consulting forensic

First National Bank will no longer actively develop its application for Windows-powered smartphones, it said on Thursday. It has also pulled the plug on development of its app for

Mobile payments are gaining acceptance and will impact on traditional businesses, says a research organisation. According to Gartner, half of consumers in developed economies such as

First National Bank has apologised for inconveniencing some of its clients on Saturday. “We apologise to any of our customers who weren’t able to make purchases using their FNB cards a short while ago. This problem has now been resolved,” tweeted the bank

First National Bank has added shopping coupons from Shoprite Checkers to its smartphone banking app. The deal allows FNB customers to access in-store savings at the point of

First National Bank’s mobile virtual network operator business, FNB Connect, has hit a subscriber milestone. The financial services group said on Monday that it now has 100 000 active Sims on its network, five months after launch. FNB Connect CEO Ravesh Ramlakan

Imagine going online to order an identity document, paying by electronic funds transfer, then popping into the bank at your local mall to collect it? This is what the department of