South African Reserve Bank (SARB)

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) serves as the central bank of South Africa, with the primary objective of achieving and maintaining price stability for sustainable economic growth. Alongside other institutions, it plays a crucial role in ensuring financial stability and operates independently in accordance with the Constitution. The SARB's functions include formulating monetary policy, promoting financial stability, regulating the banking and insurance industry, managing reserves, conducting research, and serving as the government's banker. Contact Information
Address 370 Helen Joseph Street, Pretoria
Postal PO Box 427, Pretoria, 0001
Tel 012 313 3911 / 086 112 7272

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