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Iketsetse-Zenzele Season 2, Episode 31

Petrus gives Ma Nkosi a mouthful after he finds out that she has been telling people that he is a thug who runs a pyramid scheme.

Why is the suspicious postman always in a rush? Is he rushing to do his banking in town? Does he not know about Standard Bank AccessPoints?

Trouble is brewing when a crowd of angry people march to Ma Nkosi’s house.

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

English http://bit.ly/1rpCz3M
isiNdebele http://bit.ly/1ADtZz4
isiXhosa http://bit.ly/1lkTORm
isiZulu http://bit.ly/1l08tB1
Sepedi http://bit.ly/1ADujhd

Teaching Children To Save

We recently participated in the Banking Association of South Africa’s (BASA) annual Teach Children To Save (TCTS) campaign with the aim of empowering youth across the country with the importance of saving and understanding the relationship that they share with their money.

The initiative saw about 150 of our staff members give one hour classes on the value of money to over 7000 learners at 35 schools all over South Africa, including the Eastern Cape, North West, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Free State provinces.

Taking on the Ironman challenge

Standard Bank Group and Ironman South Africa have entered into a sponsorship agreement that will secure the long-term sustainability of one of Africa’s premier endurance events.

As a result of the new partnership with Standard Bank Group, the World Triathlon Corporation, owner of the Ironman brand, has elevated the status of Ironman South Africa to a continental championship race with the event becoming the Standard Bank Ironman African Championship, hosted by Nelson Mandela Bay.

Where you'll find us on Twitter

If you're a Twitter user and want to connect with Standard Bank South Africa, you'll find them at www.twitter.com/standardbankza or www.twitter.com/asksbsa. If you have been following @standardbankgrp, it has been changed to @standardbankza and is dedicated to the personal banking news for our operation in South Africa.

To get feeds relating to Standard Bank Group's operations globally, feel free to follow www.twitter.com/sbgroup.

We are now @StandardBankZA

From 4 September 2014, our Standard Bank’s South African Twitter handle will change from @StandardBankGrp to @StandardBankZA. This remains the same Twitter community, however under a new name, which will not affect our existing followers in any way. We have chosen to introduce this new name as it’s simpler, easier to find and is in line with all of our other country specific Twitter handles within the Standard Bank Group.

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