African Bank CEO Basani Maluleke talks to Business Day TV about how the bank is meeting the needs of embattled consumers
Business Day TVPicture: 123RF/LEON SWARTThe Covid-19 pandemic hit SA hard; the economy is expected to shrink by between 10% and 17% in 2020, resulting inmillions losing their jobs.Business Day TV spoke to African Bank CEO Basani Maluleke about how the bank is accommodating under-pressure consumers.
WATCH | Thirsty citizens stand in long queues and sing about reopened bottle storesMany customers braved the cold to queue in long lines from as early as 6am to get their fix.
WATCH | Thirsty citizens stand in long queues and sing about reopened bottle storesMany customers braved the cold to queue in long lines from as early as 6am to get their fix. Nice pic What a shame 😁😁 Its been long since people bought alcohol why are you suprise
WATCH LIVE | Motshekga to brief media on readiness for reopening of schools under level 3Education minister Angie Motshekga is expected to provide clarity on the department's readiness for the reopening of schools ✋🏼 That's why ... ..... The World Economic Forum's placed South Africa 137th out of 139 countries for the overall quality of its education system. ________________________________________
Consumer Watch: Know thy policy wordingconsumerwatch: The consequences of not reading terms and conditions loomed large once again in the annual report of the ombudsman for short-term insurance, writes GeorginaCrouth.
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WATCH: Truck drives into protesters on Minneapolis highwayIt did not appear any of the marchers were injured when the truck raced towards them on I-35, blowing its horn, sending protesters scattering before coming to a stop. BLACK_LIVES_MATTERS