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Johannesburg

States/Regions/Counties : , Gauteng, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal

7 banks with locations in Johannesburg

Bank/Company Branches Nationwide Johannesburg Locations
1 800
  • Fordsburg Branch
  • Melville, Lumasa Court Branch
  • North City House Branch
2 775
  • Bryanston Branch
  • Mellvile Branch
  • Parktown Branch
3 700
  • Newtown Branch
4 589
  • Braamfontein Branch
  • Brixton Branch
  • Rosettenville Branch
5 536
  • Booysens Branch
  • Fordsburg Branch
  • Market St Branch
6 5
  • Johannesburg Office
7 None - Direct Bank
  • Johannesburg Office

Discussion in Johannesburg, South Africa

  • provider - South Africa - Credit - Nedbank
    Q: I would like to know, if I can use R60000 in my credit card( platinum) . how much I can pay in 3 years

    Mashaba from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Credit - Nedbank
    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

    Matete from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: is it possible for me to go to any branch of capitec and tell them that I want to save money for the whole year.even if I opened an account to the other branch?

    ikageng from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: I need to know how much interest can I get from investec on R100000pa in rands

    Lazarus from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: What are the terms and conditions of cancelling 1year fixed deposit before it matures?

    Neo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: Can I invest as little as R1000 for 4 years?

    nozipho from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: Lending and investment rates at capitec bank

    Lesego from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: How much is minimum money that must invest a month for 1 year

    lebogang from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: Do u have a specific amount that i have to invest or fix for 1 year?

    disebo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - Argentina - Savings -
    Q: How much South African rands does it cost to invest in Argentina?

    kagisho from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Investec
    Q: Is it a pure savings account - not linked to a money market type of savings account. Can anyone draw money off it like in the ABSA - African Bank issue?

    Marilyn from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: I had an acc with capitec last time i used it wa 2012 is it open or what

    noluvuyi from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: I am interested at investing, what is you minimum investing fixed amount annually?

    siziwe from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: I wanted to ask if its possible for a flexi fixed open deposit to exist for 4yrs without checking up on it niether depositing money into it?

    Cynthia from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: Interest rate and monthly income approx for a 13 month seniors fixed dep of R 1500000-009?

      Reply1 Schalk janse van R
  • provider - - Savings -
    Q: I am expdcting money from abroad and dont want it to be deposited in my current south african branch whete i do have my accounts cos it mite tax me too much on the money tgats gonna be deposuted. Can i open an open benificiary account from your bank only using a number to receive. deposito into the open beneficiary account?

    Michael from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: Hey Michael I bank with Nedbank and I received Euro's electronically. i didnt get charged any tax on the money that came in, but I did receive calls to find out what it is for.

      Reply1 Kyle
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: Can I access my fixed investment before maturity and and continue.

    kgothatso from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings -
    Q: What are the snusl/monthly fees and require 7 days part withdraw fscility

    ronnie from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Nedbank
    Q: I want to open to open a fixed account for 12 months and I want to with R3000.what will be my interest rate.I'm 23 years old

    Accilia from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - ABSA Bank
    Q: What is the difference between business savings and business cheque account?

    jabulani from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits -
    Q: How do I work out the interest rate of a fixed deposit of R200 over 12 months on 5.25 interest rate

    anonymous from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - African Bank
    Q: Can I negotiate rates if I put large amount of money on fixed deposit

    victor from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Nedbank
    Q: What is the minimum amount that is required to qualify for the 1 year fixed deposit account? Do i have to have another bank account with Nedbank?

    Prudence from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: is it possible to claim my one year fixed deposit before 12months?

    lerato from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: i put my money in a Fixed-term savings account (single deposit option) for 2 years. After a year I want to take the money to buy a house.Will I pay any penalties for taking the money before 2 years and what will it penalties be

    Andries from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits -
    Q: how can the banks match rates in order to avoid people running to pyramid schemes companies like eg, MMM,

    kenneth ward from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: You could join or start your won Financial Co-Operative. Members decide on the interest spread between loans and deposits. I belong to GIG Co-Operative Financial Institution. See our rates at www.gig.coop Financial Co-Operatives are regulated by the South Africa National Treasury.

      Reply1 Jason Riley
  • provider - South Africa - - Nedbank
    Q: Please advise whether the quoted interest rates for the Nedbank Green Savings Bonds are Nominal or Effective rates. Regards

    Lynn from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - ABSA Bank
    Q: I wanna find out more bank investments from absa rates over a million rands

    justin from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: If i invest 4,000,000 for 5 years an take a monthly intrest what intrest rate will i get

      Reply1 Andre
  • provider - South Africa - - Postbank South Africa
    Q: Am a foreigner i used to have a Post Bank acc in year 2009 can i still activate it account number i do no longer have it again if i get paid in US$ can my money still remain as a forex acc how do i go about it please assist me if my acc is not possible to re open what do i need to open another acc.

    trust from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - Sasfin Bank
    Q: We will like to open a business account. Kindly tell us the requirement. Regards,

    Patrick Mbela from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: If I need to withdraw money from my 1 year investment before the year is completed, can it be done and how do I about it.

    Jan from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - FNB
    Q: What is a percentage for personal or smart spend loan at FNB

    Thembeka from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - Nedbank
    Q: Hi I would like to ask if i open a fixed deposit account can i put in money every month and if yes what will my interest rate be. This is when i put in R500 every month. Thank you

    Mary from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Postbank South Africa
    Q: what must i do to open savings account at post bank

    emmanuel from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Capitec Bank
    Q: Hi, I'd like to know whether there will be interest added if a group of (approximately 60) deposit R300 each for 3 months Thank you

    Sanele from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - Capitec Bank
    Q: What options to draw monthly over 36 months for pensioner over 70 years old

    Tony from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Standard Bank ZA
    Q: What is your question?if invest 200 000 fixed for 3months what rates will ii get

    marion from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: PLEASE ALSO ADVISE INTEREST RATE 12 MONTHS FIXED DEPOSIT OF R150000 - I AM OVER 65, CONSOLIDATOR AT STANDARD BANK

      Reply1 MARI KAY
  • provider - South Africa - - FNB
    Q: What is the interest on a 7 day notice account!

    Hester from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: WHAT IS THE INTEREST ON 7 DAY NOTICE ACCOUNT

      Reply1 SARA
  • provider - - Loans -
    Q: How do I apply for a West Bank car as uber driver

    Dimakatjo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - ABSA Bank
    Q: Good day Just wanted to know How do I access the funds in my trusave account?

    Faith from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: I am 75 yrs old, I want to put R100000 on fixed deposit with the interest paid monthly. How much can I get each month

    R Pretorius from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: please send me interest rates payable monthly on 1 year fixed deposit of R5000000

      Reply1 Johan
    • R: Please can you also advise me for a pensioner who would like to invest R150,000 for 5 years and how much monthly will earn?

      Reply1 Joseph
  • provider - - Loans -
    Q: Hello, my husband works in usa and wants to buy me a car on installment. I work at a restaurant and earn +R6000 monthly. Do I qualify for a R75000 car finance? If so, what are the requirements?

    Melody from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: What is your question?how much I am I go when to earn if I start by R200 for 3 month,add another after 3month

    Emmanuel from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: DEAR SIR I WANT TO PUT R5000 ON A FIXED DEPOSIT FOR 6YEARS HOW MUCH WILL I MAKE IN THAT TIME PEARET

      Reply1 TONY
  • provider - - -
    Q: Please can you also advise me for a pensioner who would like to invest R150,000 for 5 years and how much monthly will earn?

    Joseph from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings -
    Q: Which is the best way to invest pension funds and receive a fair interest each month?

    Simphiwe from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: This question is a bit broad but i will try to answer it. A Pension fund is an investment vehicle for retirement, the requirements here is both a employer and employee contribution. Often people misconstrue it for a pension income i.e living annuity or life annuity. there are several factors to consider here most importantly being time horizon to retirement and risk profile of the investor. Normally the longer the duration to retirement one would opt to be more aggressive this means taking on more growth orientated asset allocation ( Equity and Property) depending on the choices available in the fund and the limitations of regulation 28. A typical allocation would see a considerable portion in Equity split between local and offshore weighting. A cap being on the offshore allocation as per regulation 28. The purpose of having such a strategy would be to hopefully achieve a return surpassing inflation by at least 5% over the long term. When looking at post retirement income it is important to consider tax and volatility of the investment. What other income streams the investor may have to supplement this income. I hope this answers your question.

      Reply1 Thabani Ngesi
  • provider - South Africa - Loans - Lendico South Africa
    Q: I'm a full time permanent employee for one Government entities earning R60 000 (net R45 000) a month. I need a loan and also looking for a bank to take over my home bond at a cheaper rate than I'm currently paying. Please tell me what loan available that I can qualify for.

    Siyabonga Hlongwan from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: Hi Were you successful with your bond? I want to do the same. Please advise

      Reply1 Adrian
  • provider - - -
    Q: Good question

    Christo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: What interest rate on senior green bonds, can I add money after the initial investment, what is the minimum and maximum amount, and how do I apply

    Phillip from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: If i invest 4,000,000 for 5 years an take a monthly intrest what intrest rate will i get

    Andre from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Postbank South Africa
    Q: I run an NGO and i need to open an account for it. will postbank be able to help and what do i need to open that account

    tsholofelo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits -
    Q: What interest is offered by banks on Tax-Free Investment Account. Or should I say which financial institution will get best returns on a tax-free investment account p/a.

    Jeffrey Mashishi from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: What is the best investment I should do with r 500,000.00 for 3 or 5years,then in 6 months to invest another r 500,000.00

      Reply1 Marino
  • providerMiddle East - - Loans -
    Q: I reside in South Africa and I would like to borrow from a foreign country any of the lowest rates.

    Tshehla from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - FNB
    Q: I have a R20 000.00 available which I would like to invest in the Money Market. If I leave the money in the Money Market for 20 years without any withdrawals or additional deposits from me , what will the lump sum be at the end of 20 years?

    Terence Keyster from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - Deposits -
    Q: as a south african can i open a bank account in foreign countries?

    ishmael from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - Greece - Deposits - National Bank Of Greece
    Q: Good day I would like to ask what is your current Interest rate you give on a normal 6 months fixed and a one year normal fixed USD Investment account.

    Menelaos Hatziandr from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Standard Bank ZA
    Q: I would like to know if i can consolidate my accounts standard bank even though i consolidated before, and how many months repayment?

    Nosipo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Loans - Lendico South Africa
    Q: What is the process to apply for a loan with lendico. Thanks

    edwin from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - Investec
    Q: I am interest in investing in the coronation fund, off shore account and 3 year fixed account. Please can consultant from Durban contact me.

    Ferona Alli from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: What is the linked rate option for 240 repyments

    santho mathabiso from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: If I invest R70,000.00 for 5 years and the interest will be paid into my savings account how much will it be monthly

    Yvonne Mans from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: please send me interest rates payable monthly on 1 year fixed deposit of R5000000

    Johan from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - FNB
    Q: Hi , Would you please kindly explain money markets rates for 2017... Thanks

    Asnath Selepe from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: we want to open an account as a group of ladies and invest our money for 1 year. please advice what type of account we can open. the money will be withdrawn in December

    Nomsa Molele from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - FNB
    Q: The best rates on a two year period .Amount of R250000.Monthly interest back into investment.Please assist. Cheers

    Brian from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Investec
    Q: Has the 2017 budget had any effect on the interest rate paid on fixed deposits? Thanks.

    Carl Bruns from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Nedbank
    Q: Good day, I want to invest R10 000 once off however I was interest paid monthly to my nedbank cheque account. What would be my interest monthly that I would receive in my nedbank current account, ,,,, Please only reply by email thereafter I shall come to branch if interested,

    Zolile Mhiga from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Nedbank
    Q: Is this product only for: For this account the interest rates applies to Nedbank clients younger then 55 years of age and the period of investment is 6 months. The interest rate options include Monthly/ Quarterly/ Half yearly with the balance required R1000 or over. Interest on expiry (8.83%) . What about older than 65 - with fix deposit of R,1000 000.00 over 1 year?

    Dr Andre Vermeulen from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - Standard Bank ZA
    Q: I fixed 10000 6.82% muturity for 18month how much am i going to get

    Lolo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - African Bank
    Q: need to open a 7 day notice account online pls help

    sipho from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - African Bank
    Q: struggling to apply online for a seven day notice account please help

    sipho from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - China - Savings - HSBC China
    Q: What were deposit rates of interest from 2009 to 2012? REgards Mike

    mike from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Investec
    Q: how do i open prime saver account and other information with this regards?

    Perceval from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Investec
    Q: Re your Investec Prime Saver Savings Account. 1. Is there a minimum amount to be retained in the account? 2. Is it possible to do internet banking from this account? Thank you

    Irena from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Standard Bank ZA
    Q: Hi- What is the maximum amount that one can put into a fixed deposit account for 12 months and what is the best interest rate - thanks

    Raks Maharaj from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: If i fix 1500 how much I can get after a year?

    Hendswell from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: how much will i get monthly if i invest 25000 on a 32 day investment plan

    nhlanhla from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: I am 27 I want to deposit my 5000 for 6months how much I get

    Morwesi from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: If I deposi 5000 for 1year is how much

    Morwesi from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: I have invested Money in a fixed investment and I would like to get withdraw a portion of it.Is it possible to withdraw before the maturity date?

    Paballo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Credit - Nedbank
    Q: What is the interest rate on credit balance in a Nedbank credit card?

    Pat Buchan from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - ABSA Bank
    Q: What are the interest rates offered by capitec bank on fixed deposit during the period 13June to 13 September 2016

    Edward from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - ABSA Bank
    Q: What is interest rate offered by absa during period of 13 June to 13 September

    karabelo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - African Bank
    Q: I would like to open an African bank 7 day account

    Siphokazi from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Credit - Nedbank
    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?

    Itumeleng from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: I would like to ask the same question and is there a arn insurance fee payable to SARB?

    Sonia from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: I want to open an account with capote can bank. What is needed from me.

    Lesley from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Capitec Bank
    Q: Good day, what is needed when opening savings account

    Zandi Nhlapo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: I received an sms saying that my fixed deposit account Will be matured on the 11/11/17. So my question is what is it going to happen if the say in will be automatically re-invested.

    Mduduzi from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: If I invest r100000 for 5 years how much will I get the interest every month

    Solomon from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: I would like to invest or fixed my money for a period of 12 months and I would like to know about the interest that how much would I get after the 12 months?

    Michael from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: What is your question? If i invest 90 000 on fixed how mach interest i get manthly for 10 y

    Elves from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: Did you receive your money after your deposit

    Chris from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - FNB
    Q: Hello I would like to invest R200 000 for a period of 5 years. What would the interest be on this monthly, and at maturity please? Thank you

    Charmaine from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: This question is a bit broad but i will try to answer it. A Pension fund is an investment vehicle for retirement, the requirements here is both a employer and employee contribution. Often people misconstrue it for a pension income i.e living annuity or life annuity. there are several factors to consider here most importantly being time horizon to retirement and risk profile of the investor. Normally the longer the duration to retirement one would opt to be more aggressive this means taking on more growth orientated asset allocation ( Equity and Property) depending on the choices available in the fund and the limitations of regulation 28. A typical allocation would see a considerable portion in Equity split between local and offshore weighting. A cap being on the offshore allocation as per regulation 28. The purpose of having such a strategy would be to hopefully achieve a return surpassing inflation by at least 5% over the long term. When looking at post retirement income it is important to consider tax and volatility of the investment. What other income streams the investor may have to supplement this income. I hope this answers your question.

    Thabani Ngesi from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: I'm interested in the reply

    Harvey from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Loans - Standard Bank ZA
    Q: What is the average rate for homeloan

    Martin from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - FNB
    Q: I want to save R120 000.00 for 3yrs how much will b my interest en hw do I go about it cn I go to the branch en let them help me?

    Selina from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Standard Bank ZA
    Q: Whts th interest rate for 5 yrs fix dep monthly on R400000 plz

    Claude from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - - -
    Q: Unlike the traditional banking model, Shari’ah banking is a system based on the principles of Shari’ah law (the law adopted by Muslims predominantly) and guided by Islamic economic principles. It does not recognise money as an asset in its current form and thus prohibits the paying or receiving of interest for the use of money. It also prohibits participation in speculative markets which is tantamount to gambling under Shari’ah Law and no investments or participation is allowed in prohibited industries like tobacco, alcohol, arms and weaponry. Shari’ah banking is also asset-backed, which means that a transaction isn’t concluded unless there is a physical asset in the transaction. The asset is then sold to the client at a mark-up or alternatively, the client pays us for the use of that asset. Thus, Shari’ah Banking by its very nature is not specific to Muslims only. Agnostic of religion, people from all walks of life can participate in Shari’ah Banking products and what attracts non-Muslims is the ethical component of the proposition which is the fact that money within the system will never be used for “sin” industries such as alcohol, tobacco, pornography as well as what can be considered unethical industries such as gambling, arms and weaponry.

    Mohammed from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Nedbank
    Q: I want to open a saving acc that grows interest but one i can add money whenever i want but not be able to draw from

    Kimmy from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: I opened a fixed savings account and now I want to get the money before the date of maturity. Will I be able to get the money?

    Joe from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Savings - Investec
    Q: I would like to open a prime saver savings account. Do you provide a debit card with it so that I can access the funds? thank you

    david from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - FNB
    Q: is it possible to withdraw from your 12 months fixed deposit In advace

    gloria from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Capitec Bank
    Q: If I Fixed 16000 for 5 years what will be my interests

    Nomfundo from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - Capitec Bank
    Q: Im interested in saving R 2000.00 per month with capitec can you advise how i can go about doing that how much interests can i accumulate in 1 year savings and how do you pay those interests

    sipho from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits -
    Q: can interest rates be paid monthly

    Alan from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Standard Bank ZA
    Q: what are the interest rates for fixed deposits higher than R100 000

    lunga from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - African Bank
    Q: on a term deposit is interest paid out monthly or on expiry

    naresh from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - - Sasfin Bank
    Q: best interest rate with access to money

    Cheryl c from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - Nedbank
    Q: WHAT WILL THE INTEREST RATE BE FOR AN INVEST OF R500 000.00 FOR 5 YEARS? NO MONTHLY PAYMENT. (SENIOR CITIZEN

    MAUREEN from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - African Bank
    Q: Trying to do a deposit R730000 for one year no success

    Louis from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits -
    Q: If I invest R1 000 000,00 on a fixed deposit for one month (say with Investec), what return can I expect to get?

    Lil from Johannesburg, South Africa