Bank Zero says SA's fees are a 'massive anomaly'. Here's how it compares to low-cost competitors

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Bank Zero has decided to keep its fees unchanged in 2022. But how does it compare to peers?
Bank Zero has decided to keep its fees unchanged in 2022. But how does it compare to peers?
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South Africa's youngest bank, Bank Zero, has decided to keep its fees unchanged in 2022. The digital bank, backed by former FNB CEO Michael Jordaan, has been operating since August 2021. But it first announced its pricing in 2020 and will keep those prices unchanged for the third year.

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