With the growing Covid-19 pandemic, it's definitely not business as usual. But we will continue to serve our customers through some of our branches. Here you can find a list of branches still open as well as some useful information about digital banking, the lockdown and general safety to keep you and your family safe during lockdown. For more information visit sacoronavirus.co.za.

We're currently under Alert Level 1 of lockdown, and have reopened almost all our branches. We continue to adhere to the strict health and safety requirements set out by Government to ensure your safety and wellbeing and remember, it is easy to connect with us digitally. Learn more.

With the exception of branches in malls that operate at specific hours, Old Mutual branches will now be open at the following hours:

Monday to Friday: 08:00 to 17:00
Saturday 08:00 to 13:00

To find the contact details and address of your closest Old Mutual branch, see our branches page

Click here to view a list of Branches still closed during this period.

With Old Mutual's digital banking channels, you can transact without even leaving the safety of your home.

Mobile App

With our mobile app, you can manage your money from anywhere, anytime.

  • Make once-off and recurring payments
  • Manage and pay beneficiaries
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Quick Pay
  • Purchase electricity, airtime and data
  • Manage savings functions
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Online banking

With internet banking, you can do everything that you can do with the Old Mutual App. To manage your money from your laptop or desktop, just login with your cellphone number and password.


President Ramaphosa has announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19. Starting on Thursday 26 March no one is allowed to leave their homes unless for the following reasons:

  • Seek medical care
  • Go to the pharmacy
  • Buy groceries
  • Visit the bank
  • Get petrol
  • Collect a social grant

Who does it apply to?

Everyone. The rules differ slightly for people who work in essential services (pharmacies, banks, supermarkets, petrol stations, and healthcare services) since they still have to go to work, but even they have to stay at home when not working.

What do I do if I get sick?

If you start to show symptoms of Covid-19, call your doctor or clinic. They will advise you on next steps. Alternatively send 'HI' to 0600 123 456 on Whatsapp.

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