Nedbank
2 followers

Type Credit Cards
Rate 20.75%
Currency ZAR

This product has 55 interest free days on purchases and may require a minimum income of R36,000 annually to qualify according to its criteria on its website. The rate indicated is the debit interest rate charged by Nedbank for the remaing outstanding balance after the interest free days period when applicable. For exact conditions and fees applicable please visit the Nedbank website.



The rate of 20.75% is 5.25% higher than the average 15.5%. Also it is the highest rate for this term period. Updated Aug, 2017

on Nedbank's secure website

This product has 55 interest free days on purchases and may require a minimum income of R36,000 annually to qualify according to its criteria on its website. The rate indicated is the debit interest rate charged by Nedbank for the remaing outstanding balance after the interest free days period when applicable. For exact conditions and fees applicable please visit the Nedbank website.



The rate of 20.75% is 5.25% higher than the average 15.5%. Also it is the highest rate for this term period . Updated Aug, 2017

on Nedbank's secure website

Type Credit Cards
Rate 20.75%
Currency ZAR

Compare Nedbank Credit rates

Account Name Rate
Nedbank Money Market Account 6.50%
Nedbank JustSave Savings Account 5.10%
Nedbank 3 Month Fixed Deposit 6.88%

Compare Credit rates in South Africa

Account Name Rate
Standard Bank of South Africa Limited Credit Card 10.25%

Nedbank Discussion

  • Q: Hi What are the monthly repayment options for a credit card? ie if I have a limit of R40 000 and have utilized R 20 000 and I am repaying the card monthly, how much will it be?

    Reply Itumeleng from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Q: How much interest rate on credit card of R3000 if a Nedbank customer

    Reply mandisi from Cape Town, South Africa
  • Q: If i have a credit card and a credit of 2000, and only find that i can only use 1800 and i paid monthly payments but missed 2 months and payed late,how can i get a statement of mi outstanding balance

    Reply Matete from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Q: I would like to know, if I can use R60000 in my credit card( platinum) . how much I can pay in 3 years

    Reply Mashaba from Johannesburg, South Africa