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  1. Hanno Labuschagne

    Half a billion to replace South Africa's looted ATMs

    Half a billion to replace South Africa's looted ATMs South Africa’s major banks are expected to spend millions on replacing hundreds of ATMs damaged or destroyed during looting earlier this month. Speaking during a media briefing on Thursday, the Banking Association of South Africa (BASA)...
  2. Hanno Labuschagne

    South African banks and ATMs looted

    South African banks and ATMs looted Nedbank CEO Mike Brown says 37 of their bank branches and 112 ATMs have been vandalised or looted. Speaking to Biznews, Brown said they could currently not get to these facilities to determine the extent of the damage. “All we know at the moment is the...
  3. J

    ATMs and cash here to stay in South Africa

    ATMs and cash here to stay in South Africa Despite the increasing number of mobile payment options and widespread support for card payments, South Africans are using more cash than ever. Responding to recent questions about the addition of biometric security and contactless technology to ATMs...
  4. J

    85% of ATMS can be hacked in under 15 minutes

    85% of ATMS can be hacked in under 15 minutes An analysis by Positive Technologies has revealed that 85% of ATMs manufactured by NCR, Diebold, Nixdorf, and GRGBanking can be hacked in around 15 minutes by attackers with access to the device's network. If the attacker is an employee of the bank...
  5. schumi

    Be cautious when withdrawing money, police warn

    Johannesburg - The South African Police Service has warned individuals to be extra cautious when withdrawing money from ATMs in Johannesburg. "We would like to warn the community not to become victims. Suspects target people after withdrawing money from the bank or at an ATM," Captain Xoli...
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