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Quench to rehydrate ‘Be More Race’

Premium still water brand Quench has joined Standard Bank’s “Be More” race as the official refreshment partner of the July 30 marathon.

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Lilongwe City mayor endorses Standard Bank “Be More Race”

As countdown to Standard Bank “Be More “Lilongwe race scheduled for July 30, 2017 continues, Lilongwe city mayor Desmomd Bikoko has officially endorsed the event to be hosted in the city.
Speaking to journalists in Lilongwe Bikoko welcomed the Standard Bank Marathon saying it would bring back life into the city.

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Running 21 Km to Go Back to School

Meet Wyson at the “Be More Race”

Wyson Jere, a house help in Lilongwe will be joining the Standard Bank sponsored “Be More” Marathon slated for July 30, 2017.
Born on June 2, 1995 in T/A Chigaru Blantyre, Wyson has always nurtured a dream to become a professional athlete.

He dropped out of school due to lack of tuition fees. He then left Blantyre in search of work to earn an income needed to support his family back home. Wyson also continues to pursue his dream of becoming a professional track man and body builder.

Legal expert warns against negative impacts of social media

There are serious legal implications that can stem from messages/images that people post on social media, which can have negative implications in the real world.

These were the core sentiments shared by Emma Sadleir, a Johannesburg based social media law expert on Wednesday, 26 April 2017 at the National Theatre of Namibia in Windhoek. Sadleir was visiting Namibia at the behest of Standard Bank to give a lecture under the theme “The Legal, Disciplinary and Reputational Risks of Social Media”.

Giving Medic RUSH a much needed helping hand

Standard Bank once again threw its full weight behind the Hochland Roundtable 154 Medic RUSH (Rural Upliftment and Social Healthcare) project today, announcing its sponsorship of a whopping N$100 000.

The funds are geared towards promoting the much needed healthcare to underprivileged communities in remote parts of the country. The voluntary medical professionals will start with the Medic RUSH initiative from the 30th April until the 4th of May this year in the Oshikoto Region.

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