Standard Bank, the continent’s largest bank by assets, has said some of its clients are among victims of a data breach at one of the world’s top credit bureaus, while FNB and African Bank also warned their customers to be vigilant.

The hack of Experian SA exposed some personal information of as many as 24-million South Africans and almost 800,000 businesses, the SA Banking Risk Centre (Sabric), a non-profit organisation set up by major lenders to combat bank-related organised crime, said in a statement on Wednesday...

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