Standard Bank has released the full list of all its branches that will be closing down, shifting the number up from the initial 91 to a total of 104.

“We know that the way you bank has changed and we’re changing with you. We’re aligning our retail and business banking services so that you can bank at any time, from anywhere. In the process of making these changes, we will be closing several branches, view branch closure list per region below,” the bank’s official site reads.

Standard Bank will now lose 17% of its overall branches in what seems to be a shift to allow its clients to service themselves. A total of 11 branches will close across the Western Cape and Gauteng will be hit the hardest with 49 branches closing down.

Below is the full list of closures:

Western Cape

Belhar

De Rust

Grassy Park Mini

Hout Bay

Melkbosstrand

Mitchell’s Plain

Mutual Park

Philippi

Plumstead

Rawsonville

Strand

Gauteng

Alberton

Arcadia

Baramall

Benmore Gardens

Bloed Street

Bracken City

Brixton

Chilli Lane

Cosmo

Dainfern Square

Daveyton

East Rand Mall

Edenvale

Ellis Park

Florida

Forest Hill

Hillcrest Boulevard Pta

Hyde Park

Industria

Irene Mall

Johannesburg

Kempton

Kwa Thema

Lambton

Lyttelton

Malvern

Melrose Arch

Menlyn

Menlyn Maine

Mogale BC

MTN

Newtown Junction

Norwood

Palm Springs

Parkview

Randburg

Randfontein

Randridge Mall

Rivonia

Rosslyn

Sandton  (Alice Lane)

Soshanguve Crossing

Sunward Park

Unisa

West End

Wonderboom Junction

Woodbridge Square

Eastern Cape

Alexandria

Barkly East

Cala

Linton Grange

Molteno

Summerstrand

Free State

Bultfontein

Jagersfontein

Kestell

Lindley

Marquard

Phuthaditjhaba

KwaZulu-Natal

Dales Avenue

Hilton

Isipingo

Mandini

Musgrave Road

Theku Plaza

Tugela Ferry

Umkomaas

Watercrest

West Street

Limpopo

Bochum

Bopedi

Namakgale

Mpumalanga

Amersfoort

Evander

Kamaqhekeza

Kwa Guqa

Mbombela

Ogies

Northern Cape

Britstown

Diamond Pavilion

Hanover

Kenhardt

Kuruman

Philipstown

Sishen

Strydenburg

Sutherland

Northern Cape

Cachet Park Student Bureau

Klerksdorp

Moruleng

Tower Mall

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Lucinda Dordley

Lucinda is a hard news writer who occasionally dabbles in lifestyle writing, and recent journalism graduate. She is a proud intersectional feminist, and is passionate about actively creating a world which is free of discrimination and inequality.