Some options will require a FICA Declaration form that you can get at any of our branches or download here: FICA Declaration form
Important note on all documents
Certified copies of original documents are only accepted in the case of rental or lease agreements and marriage or birth certificates
Temporary identity documents or passports are not acceptable
A valid version of the document means that it must be current and unexpired
FICA requires that all client information be correct and up to date. It is therefore important that you notify us of any changes to your identity or residential address details. Visit your nearest branch with your identification document and original proof of residential address to update your details
How to open a bank account A bank account is a safe and reliable way to keep your money, and many jobs nowadays require you to have a bank account to receive your salary.
All you need is your ID book and proof of residence to open an account at any South African Bank. Pick an account and a bank that works for your needs including low fees and benefits to match your lifestyle.
Basic transactional accounts offer: A debit card to use for withdrawals and deposits of cash SMS notifications of your transactions Cell phone banking, so that you can transact from your phone at minimal cost.
What you will need SA ID book or valid passport with the relevant study/work permits Note: Green barcoded ID book or smartcards only Proof of residence Note: Utility bills or a bank-letter completed by your landlord, local chief or Councillor.
Who can open a bank account in SA? South African Citizens Foreign Nationals living in SA How do I start? All you need to do is to go to StandardBank.Co.Za
Here are the places and sites you can Sell Mandela Coins in Johannesburg now. Selling Mandela coins is becoming a popular question for everyone possessing a coin with the face of the former South Africa state president.
People are holding on to the coins which have the face of the great world icon, the late Nelson Mandela. However, people must differentiate between the collectible coins and the circulation coins.
What is a collectible coin?
Collectible coins are those coins that are worth to be collected by either investors or just passionate collectors. These coins can be collected and kept for future selling. They may also be collected just for the love of collecting.
Some of the collectors collects these coins and sell them through auctions. There are physical auctions and online auctions where we can sell our coins.
What is a circulation coin?
Circulation coins are those coins produced or minted by the reserve bank through its entity SA Mint for the purpose of day to day use in the marketplace. These are the coins we use to buy goods and services we require. Some of these coins may however become valuable to collectors if there is some significance on the year they were minted. Example of such coins are the 1965 once cent, the 1965 fifty cent, the Kruger Rand and more vintage coins. These coins have generated a lot of demand hence they are the most wanted coins in South Africa.
So where can I sell Mandela coins in Johannesburg?
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Collectors of the Mandela coins are becoming more creative with the coins. We have learnt recently about bracelets made from the Mandela R5 coin.
Why these Mandela R5 Coins?
As described in Wikipedia, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader, and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the country’s first black head of state and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election.
SA Mint explains about 2018 Mandela coins. The bimetallic R5 circulation coin is central to this range, enabling the South African public and coin collectors to celebrate the centenary year of Mandela’s birth. The coin goes into circulation in July 2018, the month in which Mandela was born.
Even now that Nelson Mandela has passed on, his legacy still lives. People wants to remember him in their own unique way. Some collects his portraits, some collect his coins which was especially made for collection purpose. But recently, we have seen collectors collecting the circulating coins for different purposes.
From the image above you can see the creativity on the bracelet using the 90th Mandela birthday R5 coin.
Do you still have the Mandela Coins?
See more from the links below to find out how and where to sell the coins.
Wanna sell your old jewellery for cash? Find buyers of different types of jewellery here.
Trading jewellery in for cash opens up so many new possibilities. Like a special holiday, a flat screen TV, the new mountain bike you’ve always wanted, or even practical investments like school or university fees…
There is a wide range out there for what companies will pay for gold, silver, and other precious metals. So be sure to understand:
The weight (in troy ounces, not standard ones, if dealing in the US/Europe or grams in most of the rest of the world) and purity of your metals. That will let you easily calculate what your gold is worth at “spot” (see our explanation of spot prices) and how good a deal
Whether there is any additional collectible value to your gold/silver, such as rare coins, jewelry more prized for its beauty than metal content, etc.
Reasons to sell you unwanted jewellery
Why are you keeping the jewellery you never wear?
Unworn pieces of jewellery have no fashion value while they lie abandoned in your drawer. And if your jewellery is it’s broken, or not to your taste, it has no sentimental value either. What it does have is monetary value. It might be time to sell.
Trading jewellery in for cash opens up so many new possibilities. Like a special holiday, a flat screen TV, the new mountain bike you’ve always wanted, or even practical investments like school or university fees. Or, of course, a new piece of jewellery. Exchanging your unworn jewellery for cash frees you up to start afresh.
Where can I sell my old jewellery?
Here are some retailers you can contact online and sell your unwanted jewellery for cash.