World Currency Card™ One card. 17 currencies. Go everywhere. Do everything. Whether you’re a seasoned globetrotter or embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime round the world trip, our multi-currency World Currency Card™, supported by MasterCard, is the safe and cost effective way of accessing different currency purses while you travel – no matter where...
  There are over 5 bank accounts to open at Bidvest Bank, South Africa. We provide a comparison of the accounts for you to make a decision based on your preferences. Which product is right for you?   Bidvest Bank Account™ Call Account Notice Account Fixed Deposit Account Foreign Currency Account Type Basic transactional savings. Savings. Notice deposit investment. Fixed deposit investment. Investment. Main...
  Bidvest offers car loans for individuals who wish to own a car. The loans are obtained cheaply and within a short time. Vehicle Finance Options Car finance options differ in terms of tax treatment and the ownership of the vehicle.   Instalment Sale Agreement Finance Lease Agreement Operating Rental FINANCE PERIOD Allows you to finance the...
  You can order your foreign exchange online at Bidfest Bank to receive your currency at your door. Steps to Ordering Begin by registering for online forex ordering. Log in to the online system. Insert travel details Insert currency type and value. The rand value will be calculated at the current exchange...
  Retirement age in South Africa‟ means from the age of 55 years (early retirement), through 60 years (normal retirement), to 65 years.So the official retirement age is from age 55 to age 65. Below we analyze what the law says about retirement age and pension in South Africa. “19        Age of...
  About applying for a driving licence You need a driving licence to drive legally on South African roads. Before applying for a driving licence, you must have a learners licence. Different licences are issued for the various categories of motor vehicle: Code A1: This is for a motor cycle with or...
  Zimbabwean Special Permit - ZSP THE NEW ZSP On 12 August 2014, the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Malusi Gigaba, MP, introduced the new Zimbabwean Special Dispensation Permit (“ZSP”).   DZP The old Dispensation of Zimbabweans Project (“DZP”) will officially close on 31 December 2014. The expiry date of all “DZP” permits which expire...
  Preparing to get married The solemnisation and registration of civil marriages, customary marriages and civil unions are managed by the Department of Home Affairs. Civil marriages are governed by the Marriage Act and regulations issued in terms of the Act. South Africa also recognizes customary marriages through the Recognition of...

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