Since 2004, complaints have piled up against Hlophe. The list is filled with allegations you don't want a senior judge to face, writes Adriaan Basson.
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RCS has been given the go-ahead by the Competition Tribunal to acquire Edcon's book debt.
The Reserve Bank’s former second-in-command, Daniel Mminele, will have his work cut out for him when he takes office as the new CEO of Absa on January 15.
Absa has apologised to its customers after a digital banking glitch on its app and website, which occurred on Friday morning, raised their hackles.
According to Solidarity’s 10th annual bank charges report released on Tuesday, banks are now offering better benefits to their customers at lower prices to protect their market share, following fierce competition launched in the banking sector this year.
Absa’s corporate and investment banking unit plans to open an office in China as part of an expansion that will also target other parts of Asia and the Middle East.
Absa says the establishment of a representative office would mean it has an independent presence in the US following its separation from Barclays.
Banking union Sasbo has been interdicted from proceeding with what would have been the biggest banking strike in 99 years.
The man arrested for trying to rob a bank in a Pretoria shopping centre has said that he wants to plead guilty.
The challenge posed by heavily indebted Eskom means that SA taxpayers must brace for higher taxes and further electricity price hikes, says Absa's Group chief economist.
Democracy in Action, a civil society organisation, is raising funds on a crowdfunding website to cover the bill that Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will have to pay following a damning Constitutional Court judgment last month.
Absa Group has entered into an agreement with the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency to bolster the bank’s lending capacity in Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, Uganda and Zambia.
First it was price. But now banks want to outdo their peers in digital capabilities.
Absa has put forward one of its long-standing female executives, Cheryl Buss, to lead its recently-established international unit as it expands its global footprint beyond the UK.
Absa bought the card portfolio for R10bn in 2012
South African factory output shrank for a third straight month in August.
A gauge measuring sentiment in South Africa’s manufacturing industry fell to the lowest level in more than a decade in September and it will probably get worse.
Business Unity South Africa, representing SA's major banks, has filed a court application to interdict a planned bank strike.
The Absa Purchasing Manager's Index declined from 52.1 in July to 45.7 index points in August.
Absa has posted earnings growth of 3% for the first half of 2019, it was bolstered mainly by its South African retail and business banking unit.
The jump to a three-year high in a gauge measuring sentiment in South Africa’s manufacturing industry may not be sustainable.
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