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Just a few months into the Standard Bank Graduate programme, the graduates who enrolled in the programme are excelling in leaps and bounds, promising to be valuable members of the bank upon completion of their training.
The graduates, namely Naky Naris, Naufiku, Hamunime, La’ Renique van der Ross, Ndatota Hangula and Jonas Tomanga, joined the bank for its new graduate training programme in March last year, after they successfully completed their studies at their respective universities.
Due to an increase in fraudulent activity taking place on the Magnetic Strip debit cards, we have implemented the latest fraud prevention security featured on our cards - EMV Chip and PIN. The new chip and PIN card technology has been proven to be very effective in card fraud prevention. This is in line with the current global standards in the payments and banking industry.
Planning for the festive season to spend some time with your loved ones? Well, it’s better to plan early rather than later so as to ensure that your home is safe and secure these coming holidays. Just like you are planning to enjoy vacation, robbers are also scheming on how they can break in a house. So rather be safe than sorry by taking to heart the advice from Standard Bank’s Sales Manager of Home Loans Department Caroline Orange.
There is nothing more disconcerting than finding yourself stranded and without access to your finances during a holiday trip abroad.
Unfortunately, this has been the case with some credit card holders who forget to follow procedures when they travel and find themselves destitute in a foreign country. Standard Bank’s Credit Card Analyst, Elaine Klazen, reminded all Standard Bank credit card holders to alert the bank of their travel plans this festive season.
Ensuring value for money, affordability and focussing in getting credible Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects through competitive procurement are some of the key issues which were deliberated upon at this year’s 2nd annual PPP Conference.
A group of 100 delegates consisting of ministers, financiers, economic researchers and executives from both the public and private sectors converged in Windhoek for the 2nd annual Public Private Partnership Conference on Thursday the 24th of November 2016.
Re-affirming it’s commitment towards the fight against cancer, Standard Bank recently donated N$120 000 to the Cancer Association of Namibia.
The donation was made towards the association’s yearly Save Your Skin campaign for 2016/2017 on Tuesday, 22 November. The campaign focuses on raising awareness on skin cancer.
The Windhoek Draught Live Music festival which was slated for Friday, 25 November 2016 at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek will not take place as scheduled after the events promoter, Namconcerts was notified by the R. Kelly management that they are experiencing internal challenges. The promoter, Namconcerts, are in negotiations with R. Kelly management and a full statement will be released once discussions have been concluded.
‘Tis the season to be jolly, the season to give and be merry!’ Keeping with that spirit, Standard Bank is giving the opportunity to one of our customers to be our first millionaire through the Million Dollar Mania campaign.
The campaign will run from 1 November 2016 to 28 February 2017. The final prize draw will be held on 15 March 2017 with the winner being determined through a random draw on the day.
With a whopping sponsorship of N$1.5 million, Standard Bank has thrown its weight behind the country’s much anticipated Invest in Namibia Conference slated for the 8th and 9th of November 2016.
The conference, held under the theme: “Promoting Investment for inclusive Growth and Industrialisation,” is expected to attract 500 guests totaling 150 local investors, 150 international representatives and 200 delegates comprising industry experts, captains of industry, legislators, officials and governors from the 14 regions of the country.