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FNB John Meinert branch temporarily closed due to water damage

Wed, 15 February 2017 23:39
by online reporter
News Flash

The FNB John Meinert branch has been temporarily closed due to a burst water pipe that caused damage on the first and ground floor.

According to FNB, the burst pipe has already been replaced and the clean-up is ongoing.

Notices have been put up to inform customers of the situation. Communications Manager, Elzita Beukes said, “We request our customers to visit the Windhoek branch in the meantime. We are working around the clock to rectify the damage and envisage to be open for business again on Thursday.”