First Capital Bank Closes Branches

First Capital Bank has closed several branches across the country to ensure the implementation of measures to improve the health and safety of its staff and clients in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The bank closed its Kadoma branch on Wednesday and on Thursday closed the Harare Street branch and all Masvingo branches until further notice. First Capital Bank said in a statement:

We advise of the temporary closure of our Harare Street and Masvingo Branches from Thursday, July 15, 2021, until further notice.


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This is to allow for the implementation of COVID-19 precautionary measures that will enhance the health and safety of our colleagues and customers.

Digital platforms remain our recommended transactional channels. If in need please contact the cluster manager for any further assistance. Stay safe.

The bank, however, advised its clients to utilise its digital platforms as they remain the primary transactional channels being promoted during the pandemic period.

First Capital Bank has already re-opened its Msasa branch in Harare after implementing the COVID-19 precautionary procedures.

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  1. Thank you so much. We appreciate your concerns and care for both your staff and us your clients

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First Capital Bank Closes Branches