Ekurhu­leni ac­count as­sur­ance

The Star Early Edition - - NEWS - – Anna Cox

THE City of Ekurhu­leni has changed its bank­ing de­tails, but has as­sured cus­tomers this will not af­fect their mu­nic­i­pal bills.

All pay­ments made to the old ac­count will be redi­rected to the new ac­count.

The city has a con­tract with Ned­bank, which has been ef­fec­tive since Septem­ber 2015, fol­low­ing a ten­der process that was awarded in the metro’s 2015/16 fi­nan­cial year.

To min­imise the in­con­ve­nience to over 3 mil­lion Ekurhu­leni cus­tomers, pay­ments made into Absa, Stan­dard Bank and First Na­tional Bank ac­counts are still re­ceived and recorded, as these ac­counts have not been closed.

Cus­tomers who pre­fer to pay via elec­tronic funds trans­fer can do so through most banks – Ned­bank, Absa, Stan­dard Bank and FNB branches across Ekurhu­leni.

Al­ter­na­tively, pay­ments can also be made via the e-siyakhokha on­line pay­ment sys­tem at www.e-siyakhokha.co.za and at third party ven­dors such as Check­ers and Pick n Pay.

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