RSA Government Retail Bonds
National Treasury launched RSA Retail Savings Bonds in 2004. The aim is to encourage households to start saving alongside business and government, while allowing investors to take control of their own savings portfolios, instead of investing through a third party.
What is an RSA Retail Bond?
1. Fixed rate retail savings bonds
2. Fixed rate retail savings bonds
Benefits of an RSA Retail Bond
There are numerous benefits to saving money by investing in an RSA Retail Bond:
Access to your funds
Buying retail bonds
There are three easy steps to follow to invest in a retail bond:
There is also an online calculator to help you work out what the value of your investment will be at the end of the investment period.
You can also refer to these frequently asked questions.
Helpline: 012 315 5888 (Monday-Friday, from 8am - 5pm)
Note: Please have your investor or ID number available to enable the helpline agent to easily access your investment information.
Fax: 012 315 5675 / 5314
Other relevant sites
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- RSA Government Retail Bond (Public Information) (File type: pdf; size: 203.23 KB)