Absa partnered with UnionPay International (“UPI”) earlier this year to allow UPI cardholders living in or visiting South Africa to transact at any of Absa’s point-of-sale (POS) terminals and withdraw cash at Absa’s 9 153 ATMs nationwide.

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Barclays Africa H116 results demonstrate the strategy is working in a challenging economic environment.

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Changes in customer behaviour require that banking has to be available anytime, anywhere, and accessible wherever the customer is.

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Absa launches Masterpass App for safe, convenient digital payments.

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Due to unforeseen circumstances processing of some payments made via Online Banking to non-Absa accounts on 15 of July will be slightly delayed.

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The accounts for Absa Listed Beneficiaries ISP CASH PTY LTD, UCO (Universal College Outcomes) & MAN TRUCKS UPINGTON have been closed and will no longer be supported by Absa Bank.

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Absa has extended its free Wi-Fi service to its Maponya Mall branch, making the bank the first financial institution at one of Gauteng's major township shopping centres to offer up to 100Mb of free Wi-Fi per day to all shoppers.

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Absa, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Barclays Africa Group, has closed the doors of its Kwadwesi branch to prepare for relocation to Kenako Mall, to open on 9 February 2015.

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From 02 - 27 February 2015, the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg will host an exciting exhibition titled ‘Review’, showcasing the original works of a number of acclaimed South African artists as part of a fundraising effort for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust.

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In a world that is slowly and surely being taken over by technology, we have to ask ourselves: 'do the intricacies of what makes us human still matter'? It was this thought that became the driving force behind the creative campaign for the 2015 Barclays L'Atelier art competition.

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