Members are invited to join our discussion on designing a Deposit Insurance Scheme for South African Co-operatives and CFIs.
NACFISA is organizing a Financial Management workshop, and CFIs managers are invited to register for the workshop before Friday (08th June 2018). Please note that there are limited seats for the workshop, NACFISA is targeting 15 attendees from different CFI and first come first serve. For more information regarding the workshop, please click here
Appeals Board Decision to grant NACFISA accreditation to represent the cooperative banking sector. The National Associational of Co-operative Financial Institutions of South Africa (NACFISA) warmly welcome the decision of the Appeals Board of the Cooperative Banks and it is pleased that its appeal against the Cooperative Banks Development Agency (CBDA) on the matter of accreditation […]
Drivers, inhibitors and the future of co-operative financial institutions: A Delphi study on South African perspective. Click Here for more Information
LE SOTHO PEOPLES SACCO LUNCH AND LAUNCH NACFISA was invited to attend an annual launch and lunch at Le sotho (Maseru) where it was represented by the deputy chairperson, Mr Morris Motlhatlhedi and 1 (one) staff member. See a short video Here NACFISA APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS A REPRESENTATIVE ORGANISATION Statement on Appeals Board Decision […]
Regulatory proposals on payroll deductions In recent years, the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) has become aware of an escalation in the number of entities offering payroll deduction services. These services are offered with prior agreement between employers and employees and, in certain instances, are requested or initiated by financial institutions, including financial intermediaries. Click […]
CBDA – STATEMENT TO REGISTERED CFIs It is in the public domain that the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is considering expanding its payment channels for the distribution of Social Grants. In that regard, SASSA is considering utilising Co-operative Financial Institutions (CFIs) (the term CFI includes Co-operative Banks) as payment channels for social grants […]
NACFISA is targeting a maximum group of 20 individuals from the below mentioned SACCOs and/or CFIs around Gauteng province. TIRISANOMMOHO CFI AFRICAN SHEPERDS PRIMARY CO-OPERATIVE EYAKWETHU CFI CENT-CENT SACCO MILITARY GROUP It is very important to note that we have a limited space and that individuals from the above mentioned organisation will have to confirm […]