Standard Bank is changing their image and Moving Forward, so to help their clients make the right connections and reach their full potential. Let Standard Bank be the bank that takes you from where you are, to where you want to be.

Our group blog has moved

Standard Bank Group blogs have moved to http://community.standardbank.co.za/t5/Blog/bg-p/Blog/label-name/group. This new portal also includes our newest blog called Living Africa, which celebrates the spirit of Africa.

Visit "www.standardbank.com/blogs" (that’s blogs with an “s”) to explore the new home of our blogs.

Blogs managed by our teams in Kenya, Nigeria and Namibia can still be found here:
- Kenya, http://www.standardbank.com/blog/kenya
- Nigeria, http://www.standardbank.com/blog/nigeria
- Namibia, http://www.standardbank.com/blog/namibia.

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We Are Live!

At Standard Bank Swaziland we use various online social platforms to add value to the lives of people.

We invite you to join in and contribute to various conversations. We offer a broad spectrum of financial solutions and have interests in many issues. As such, we use various online social platforms, such as this blog, to - most importantly - allow you to share in these.

Come join the conversations and connect with us via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Standard-Bank-Swaziland-270258959995792/ and http://twitter.com/standardbanksz on Twitter.

Renewable energy to light up your life

To meet the challenge of access to reliable power for all Tanzanians, the Ministry of Energy and Minerals recently reported that it will be spending a lot more on bringing electricity to rural areas.

The reality remains that while the power network will increase, there will only be so much electricity being generated to cover that network. So, we need to all start thinking about how we can each contribute to being a lot more efficient with the power we use at work and at home.

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Staying Safe with Online Banking

You need to access different services from the bank anytime, anywhere. With Standard Bank Internet Banking, you can view balances, statements, transfer money and pay your bills online.

The most common question that people ask themselves is: can an online money transfer service really be safe?

We have various security features in place to ensure your money and transactions remain secure. However, there are steps you need to take to ensure total security online:
•Keep your password (PIN) secret
•Log out properly at the end of each session

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Bringing Colourful Learning to Classrooms

We recently painted five classrooms in Blantyre under the project Happy classrooms. This was done in celebration of 47 years of banking in Malawi. As a Malawian bank, we are committed to supporting the communities in which we operate. Our staff were more than happy to get involved in painting the classrooms.

This was done in collaboration with boNGO Worldwide International, a non-profit non-governmental organization established in 2007 with the aim of raising the standards of education in Malawi. You may read more on http://www.bongoworldwide.org.

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Standard Bank Malawi is social

At Standard Bank Malawi we use various online social platforms to add value to the lives of people.

We invite you to join in and contribute to various conversations. We offer a broad spectrum of financial solutions and have interests in many issues. As such, we use various online social platforms, such as this blog, to - most importantly - allow you to share in these.

Come join the conversations and connect with us via Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/StandardBankMalawi/ and http://twitter.com/standardbankMW on Twitter.

Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 3, Episode 35

Today on Iketsetse-Zenzele, Dinah is getting TT into trouble once again while Zack is really keen to elevate himself as a business man.

Catch the latest episode of Iketsetse-Zenzele here. You can also download it in 10 of the official languages:

English
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isiNdebele
isiXhosa
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Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 3, Episode 34

Today on Iketsetse – Zenzele, two old ghosts are back in town, and it can only spell trouble for the Iketsetse community. Who could the two be?

Catch the latest episode of Iketsetse-Zenzele here. You can also download it in 10 of the official languages:

English
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isiNdebele
isiXhosa

Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 3, Episode 33

Today on Iketsetse – Zenzele, Mike is out of the woods. Or is he? He is also keeping something away from Sebe, what could it be?

Catch the latest episode of Iketsetse-Zenzele here. You can also download it in 10 of the official languages:

English
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isiNdebele
isiXhosa
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Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 3, Episode 32

Today on Iketsetse – Zenzele, Ma Angie has some awesome news for Ma Nkosi, who's sulking over Zack’s party.

Catch the latest episode of Iketsetse-Zenzele here. You can also download it in 10 of the official languages:

English
Sepedi
isiNdebele
isiXhosa
isiZulu

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