Half the population Of Malawi is comprised of young people. Currently the youth face diverse problems such as high unemployment rate, Social inequalities, low education, homelessness, gender discrimination. As such their transition to adulthood needs to be understood in the larger context.
Investing in the young people in terms of education, health and economic empowerment could result in an increased share of the working-age which can foster economic growth. Hence the serious need to look into cultivating the entrepreneurial culture among them.
You knew it from the very first moment you laid eyes on her that she was the one. You fell in love, and we don't blame you - she's gorgeous. In fact, we're here to help you win her heart.
Feel the love with Standard Bank this February by getting the car of yore dears though Vehicle and Asset Finance at the incredible rate of Prime less 1.25%
Visit your nearest Standard Bank branch or call 081 9286 for more information
5 Inexpensive gift ideas for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is coming and there is no need for you to stress. We all know things are tough financially, so taking the love of your life on a sunset helicopter ride might not be an option right now.
Here are some inexpensive gift ideas to give to the love of your life this Valentine’s:
1. Message in a bottle-Write a special note about how you feel for your loved one and put it in a bottle. This can be cherished for years to come.
The Pioneer Account is tailored specifically to students .The account gives you access to banking products and services while offering specific solutions that speak to your day to day needs.
What does it offer me?
For a single monthly management fee of N$5.50, for a fixed number of transactions and services you get;
• Free Prepaid Airtime purchase
• Free POS purchases (local & international)
• Free electricity purchase
• 10 free SBN ATM cash withdrawals (countrywide)
• Free cash deposits
• Free Debit card purchases, local and international
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.