Monthly Archives: September 2018

Tower returns to training

Kaizer Chiefs’ medical team revealed the good news. “Erick is back in full training,” confirms team physiotherapist Dave Milner. “He has fully recovered from a groin injury.” Erick ‘Tower’ Mathoho missed the past three matches due to the injury incurred during training a fortnight ago. ‘Tower’, as Mathoho is affectionately known, was looking comfortable during Thursday’s training session. George ‘Mido’

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120,000 ID cards, passports issued via FNB branches

JOHANNESBURG – First National Bank said on Tuesday it had issued over 120,000 smart national identification cards and passports through its branches since the start of a partnership with the department of Home Affairs. Through the partnership, South Africans book through the Home Affairs’ online portal before visiting an FNB branch. “The partnership is in line with our approach of

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Progress made in fight against killing of councillors

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) Minister Zweli Mkhize says police are making inroads in addressing the killing of councillors. The Minister made the remarks at a media briefing, following a meeting he had with MECs in Pretoria, on Thursday. The meeting, known as MINMEC, forms part of the Minister’s regular interaction with MECs on a wide range of issues

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FNB has the strongest reputation in SA

For a third consecutive year, FNB has claimed the prestigious title of strongest reputation in the 2018 RepTrak Pulse Survey. Conducted by the Reputation Institute (RI), the survey provides a specialised measurement of how stakeholders, namely: the public, investors and employees perceive major brands. The survey measures key pillars that are essential for brands to gain the support and trust of

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