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As Africa’s largest automated clearing house, over the last 40 years BankservAfrica has played a crucial role in enabling simplicity in the payments industry, processing billions of trusted payment transactions per year, all the while maintaining the safety and security of South Africa’s National Payment System.


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The BETI (BankservAfrica Electronic Transfer Index) is the broadest and earliest business cycle indicator on the economic calendar and gives the fastest overview of South African growth trends.
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BankservAfrica Disposable Salary Index (BDSI), monitors how much cash salaried consumers have at their disposal and is released quarterly.
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Mike Schüssler has his sayMarket insights from
Mike Schüssler
Well-known economist Mike Schüssler has partnered with BankservAfrica and analyses our payment information.  To read his blogs for further commentary:  BETI and BDSI.

  • VALUE PROCESSED LAST 15 DAYS (CARD SERVICES)

  • VALUE PROCESSED LAST 15 DAYS (OTHER SERVICES)

  • TOTAL TRANSACTION VALUE vs PREVIOUS YEAR

  • TOTAL TRANSACTION VOLUME vs PREVIOUS YEAR
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Card fraud management
Our RiskNet system provides banks with predictive fraud detection and case management services for credit, debit, retail and commercial card transactions.
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Market news
  • Sun, 20 Apr 2014 17:52:40 +0200

    Adriaan Kruger takes a look at the week that was and the week ahead on the JSE.

  • Sun, 20 Apr 2014 16:00:19 +0200

    Usually, the Easter weekend is like a mini Christmas for retail sales, but due to the long platinum strike an economic tragedy is unfolding, say retailers.

  • Sun, 20 Apr 2014 15:01:47 +0200

    A number of South African firms are heading to Zimbabwe in the hope of finding new ideas and increased regional and international trade.

  • Sun, 20 Apr 2014 13:46:11 +0200

    One of the constraining factors for vehicle sales in SA may be a shift towards a greater focus on home buying by the household sector, says an expert.

  • Sun, 20 Apr 2014 11:53:26 +0200

    More and more owners of spaza shops barely manage to keep afloat as more of their customers head elsewhere.

  • Fri, 18 Apr 2014 10:18:21 +0200

    Platinum producers have made a new wage offer in a bid to end a three-month strike at their mines that has hit 40% of global output of the industrial metal.

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