Fab Tanks Contribution to the World’s First Bank for the Business of Water

Fab Tanks Contribution to the World’s First Bank for the Business of Water: Water is fast becoming Africa’s most important currency and Fab Tanks has joined the ranks of water storage tanks solutions companies in playing a significant role in contributing to the success in Agriculture, Business, Industry and Mining sectors in African countries as well as to keep communities running. In a world where water will determine who thrives and who doesn’t, who you bank with will make all the difference. Fab Tanks was founded by then founder, now … [Read more...]

View Tanks Contributing to The World’s First Bank For Water

View Tanks Contributing to The World’s First Bank For Water: Johannesburg, 11 October 2019: While water is fast becoming Africa’s most important currency, View Tanks is playing a significant role in contributing to the success in agriculture, business, industry and mining of African countries as well as to keep communities running. In a world where water will determine who thrives and who doesn’t, who you bank with will make all the difference. View Tanks was founded in 1983 by then founder, now Executive Chairman, Mannie Ramos Senior. During … [Read more...]

KZN Finishes 3rd in the Standard Bank RPC Under-16 Week. – Featured Durban Blog

KZN Finishes 3rd in the Standard Bank RPC Under-16 Week.: Well done to KZN who finished third in the Standard Bank Regional Performance Centre (RPC) Under-16 Week. The boys lost only one of their four matches. They beat the Free State by nine runs, after which they decisively triumphed over Northern Cape, winning by 190 runs. This was followed by a six wicket defeat to Boland, who they then faced again in the third/fourth place play off. It was a case of sweet revenge with KZN winning by 16 runs. “The tournament as a whole was fantastic the … [Read more...]

Servest and First National Bank join forces in Ghana

Servest and First National Bank join forces in Ghana: Johannesburg, Wednesday, 18 April 2018 – Servest is pleased to announce their partnership with First National Bank, who have integrated card payment systems for parking in Ghana. “This credit/debit card payment facility was initiated by FNB and draws on the technology of the new parking systems that Servest installed at Kotoka International Airport, Accra in 2016”, says Mike Clark, Director of Servest Parking. People can now use their Visa or Mastercard  credit or debit cards to pay … [Read more...]