Plans for women-owned bank crash, cooperative has 3 weeks to pay back the money

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When the Young Women in Business Network was given the authorisation to establish a mutual bank, South Africans had high hopes.
Photo: Facebook
When the Young Women in Business Network was given the authorisation to establish a mutual bank, South Africans had high hopes. Photo: Facebook

The owners of the cooperative that wants to establish a new women-owned mutual bank in SA have less than three weeks to pay back investors.

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