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Normal banking hours in South Africa are 9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday, with extended hours including weekends in some locations.

Visitors who require cheque, cashing or other banking services are advised to check times of operation with each specific institution.

Several major European and foreign banks have offices in South Africa, and will handle some foreign currencies directly.
Main Branches & Banking hours
ABSA Bank - 033 845 6600

First National Bank - 0800 11 1722

Standard Bank - 0800 02 0600

Nedbank - 0800 11 0929

Permanent Bank - 0800 11 6662
Trading Hours
Monday-Friday: 9am-3.30pm
Saturday: 9am-11am

ATM Machines
All Hours

Karkloof Spa
Tel: 033 569 1321
Fax:033 569 1322 
Location:Otto's Bluff
Details :  
Freddo Ice - Creams
Tel: 031 569 3219  

Details : Manufacturer Italian Ice cream 
Professional Waiters
Tel: 076 284 3272
Fax: 086 5711 991  
Cell: 076 844 3929
The Orange Ring
Tel: 033 342 9254  
Fax:033 3429276 

Details : Laundromatte
Royal Agricultural Society
Tel: 033 3456274
Fax: 033 3943540  
Location: 1 Howick Rd,Wembley
Details: Conferencing & Exhibitions
Tel: 0718997176  
Fax: 0865771398  
Type of Business: Apex Co-operative
Details: Tourism
18 G-TAS Custom Clothing & Design
Tel: 0728968036  
Fax: n/a  
Type of Business: Small Business
Ka-Mobhande Co-op
Tel: 033 3451965  
Fax: 033 3451965  
Type of Business: Co-operative
Town: Arts & Culture & Tourism
Highway Function Hire & Catering
Tel: 031 7081100
Fax: 031 7081127  
Details: Catering Service 
Flexi Cabs Taxi Service
Tel: 033 3970582/081 496 0566  
Fax: 033 3979890  
Location: Pietermaritzburg
Details : 24hr Metered Taxi Service 
Eldonai School of Fashion
Tel: 033 3452379  
Fax: 086 232 8661  
Business Type: Fashion Design
Pietermaritzburg Chamber of Business
Tel: 033 3452747
Fax: 033 3944151  
Location: Chamber House, Royal Showgrounds
Credit Cards & Travellers Cheques
Most international cards are accepted, as are traveller's cheques provided they are in an acceptable international currency. Most commercial establishments accept all major credit cards.

If a card is lost, immediately report it to one of the following numbers:
American Express - 011 359 0200
Diners Club - 011 358 8400
Master Card - 011 498 4699
Visa Card - 011 498 4699
The unit of currency is the Rand. The Rand is divided into 100 cents; larger denominations are always in multiples of ten. All denominations are clearly distinguishable by colour and pictures.
Exchange rates fluctuate quite widely, so visitors are encouraged to exchange their funds at the current exchange rate.

Travelers' cheques in most currencies are the safest way to carry money and are accepted by banks and most commercial establishments.

One Rand (R) = 100 cents (c)
Notes issued include: R200; R100; R50; R20; R10
Coins issued include: R5; R2; R1; 50c; 20c; 10c; 5c;

You are permitted to take out R500 in SA Reserve Bank notes, thereafter a 20% levy is charged on additional funds.

Exchange facilities are available for all incoming and outgoing flights at all international airports in South Africa.

Changing foreign currency or travellers' cheques can be done quickly and efficiently at most banks.
Personal Insurance
Individual travelers are advised to obtain their own personal luggage, health or other travel insurance as desired.

American visitors should be prepared to present registration numbers for health care insurance coverage, to pay cash and to reimbursed later and to sign documents accepting financial responsibility for services rendered.

Policies at each hospital vary. Regardless of financial status or health care coverage, South African hospitals will never refuse treatment to those requiring it.
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