Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 2, Episode 29

Ma Nkosi asks Ma Angie if she has thought about joining the grocery stokvel but Ma Angie is happy with her Standard Bank Society Scheme Account.

TT signs Sebe’s documents without reading them. He has no clue that Sebe is working for Sash.

Zak goes to see Sebe. He is very angry because Sebe has bought so many things on credit which has resulted in him having a poor credit record therefore delaying his application process for his Standard Bank Home Loan.

You can listen to and download this episode in all 10 of the official languages:

English http://bit.ly/1rpCz3M

Standard Bank celebrates with Top Women Awards

We understand the importance of recognising and celebrating women, which is why we are honoured to be the headline sponsor of the 2014 SA Top Women Awards.

Two years ago, our very own Funeka Montjane was honoured with a statue from the Top Women Awards that celebrated her contribution to South African business.

This year’s Top Women Awards gala event took place on 14 August in Johannesburg and this spectacular event saw some of the most innovative and dynamic women being honoured.

Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 2, Episode 28

Grace tells Zak that his credit record is not good because his clothing accounts are in arrears. Grace tells him that he needs to learn how to budget and manage his finances.

Sash brings new soccer boots for Lolo. Tumi is caught in the middle again.

Bemba asks Petrus when he will be getting his money, but suddenly now there is a “delay”. Will he see right through Petrus or will he fall for the story he spins?

You can listen to and download this episode in all 10 of the official languages here http://bit.ly/1cAjRPX

Technical issues with accessing Standard Bank app

Standard Bank is aware that some customers have experienced difficulty accessing our banking app for smartphones. We apologise for the inconvenience, and we are working on resolving the issue as a matter of urgency. Customers are requested to make use of our online banking services through Internet Banking.

Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 2, Episode 27

In this episode, Zak tells Sebe about his plan to get a home loan with Standard Bank and buy them a house. However, Sebe has no interest in moving in with him

TT is very suspicious of Sebe's new job. He even refers to it as a "quick money scheme". Will she tell him how she got this job?

Did you know that if you're renting property, you are basically paying off someone else's bond?

You can listen to and download this episode in all 10 of the official languages here http://bit.ly/1cAjRPX

South Africa's most valuable bank brand

Standard Bank has again been chosen as the most valuable bank brand in Brand Finance South Africa's annual report on South Africa’s 50 most valuable brands.

MTN retained its position as the country`s most valuable brand, increasing its total brand value to US$5.38-billion (R57.13-billion) from US$5.17-billion in 2013, while Sasol came second, up one position from the previous year; and Vodacom came third, down one position.

The brand "Standard Bank" retained fourth placed position overall but came out as the country`s most valuable bank brand at US$1.59bn (R16.88bn).

The R1 million business challenge to make big dreams a reality

Standard Bank is passionate about is growing South African entrepreneurial spirit by guiding and motivating aspirational small businesses owners, to help create economic change.

We have partnered with SABC 3 to bring South Africans an exciting new reality TV series, “Think Big - Building Business Champions” (Think Big).

Think Big is a ten-week series that premieres on 17 July at 21h30 that will showcase the vital role that small business play in our economy.

UCount Rewards celebrates one year of rewards

Our UCount Rewards Programme is turning one and over the past year our customers have benefitted from a whopping R300 million in savings!

With roughly 1600 new members joining daily, the success of UCount Rewards lies in the simplicity by which customers can collect and redeem rewards points. The flexibility of UCount Rewards allows members to not only reduce costs on day to day items, such as groceries and fuel, but also to save on special family occasions, such as family holidays or spend over the festive period.

Its time to build the habit of saving

Saving is hard for everyone which is why initiatives like Savings Month are so important. No better time like now to start saving.

Putting money away for a rainy day doesn’t come naturally for most of us, so the key is to start small. Contributing what you can, will help you develop the habit.

Here are some tips on how to build that savings habit:
1. Set a goal and ask yourself, what do you want to save for? This will help you decide what you would like to do with the money you save.

Truck of Love wheels roll on

Standard Bank Group together with the Talk Radio 702 revved up the Truck of Love engines once again, delivering a variety of goods, gifts and essentials to charities over the past week.

Part of 702’s birthday celebrations, they decided to do things a bit differently by surprising hard-working organisations with a little bit of love.

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