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We thank our partners in financial services, security and cash management who are part of the cash eco-system.

Together we are keeping money moving.

 

With over 30 processing centres, over 700 armoured vehicles and 6,400 employees, SBV Services is the trusted and preferred partner of the banking industry.

SBV leads the way in customer service, innovative solutions, and the lowest risk profile.

SBV offers a solution for every step of the cash supply chain.

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Across Africa, the demand for cash continues to grow. SBV provides specialised services and solutions to central and commercial banks in South Africa, Lesotho and Namibia. We understand what impacts the cash industry.       

R1 million reward offered: Gugulethu cash-in-transit attack

R1 million reward offered: Gugulethu cash-in-transit attack

Houghton, 13 April 2021 – SBV Services is offering a reward of up to R1 million for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspects who attacked a SBV team in Gugulethu, Western Cape on the evening of Monday the 12th of April. Mark Barrett, Group CEO...

SBV Services: Shooting Incident, 15 February 2021

SBV Services: Shooting Incident, 15 February 2021

SBV SERVICES STATEMENT TO THE MEDIA: TRAGIC LOSS OF LIFE MACASSAR, CAPE TOWN Houghton 15 February 2021 – SBV Services can confirm that a shooting incident involving one of SBV’s custodians occurred in Macassar, Cape Town this morning on 15 February 2021.  Tragically...

Attack on Team Members, Cape Town

Attack on Team Members, Cape Town

Houghton, 30 January 2021 - SBV Services confirms an attack this morning in Cape Town. While servicing an ATM, two of our first level maintenance teams were hijacked but were later released unharmed on the N2 near Macassar. One of the staff members had an explosive...

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