If you’re like most parents you want your child to grow up with the skills he or she will need to succeed in life.
One of the most important skills you can help your child develop is how to manage their money. So whether your child is in pre-school or a teenager, learning about money is an important part of their life.
The good news is you can teach them those skills as part of your everyday routines.
The following are some suggestions and tips on how to install wise money management habits in your child:
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As your favoured business banking partner, we've spoken to a lot of you and truly understand your needs. This is why we are launching the #SuperBiz competition to gift 10 daily slots at "the biggest trade exhibition in Africa", the 2014 Lagos International Trade Fair to our super customers.
Without clean water people get sick, many die and Africa’s growth slows. Providing affordable and reliable clean water to all people in Africa remains a challenge, in both rural and urban areas.
Standard Bank Group has been built in Africa over 152 years. While we operate in 20 Africa countries we are concerned with the growth of Africa and its people as a whole. Towards this we get involved in many initiatives. These include helping ensure that Africa is on the agenda of major global economic forums and our contributions – be it in the form of money, time and knowledge.
Zak’s new “friend” Portia learns that she can do her banking using different AccessPoints like TT’s registered spaza shop, cell phone banking and InstantMoney.
Guess who opens up to Tumi about his feelings for her?
Oh no! Ma Nkosi loses all her grocery stokvel money after Hassan’s uninsured supermarket burns down. Will she ever recover from this set back?
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This week we announced winners of the Standard Bank Young Artist Awards, which are presented by South Africa's National Arts Festival Committee to emerging local artists. The six winning artists were selected for having demonstrated exceptional ability in their chosen fields but have not yet achieved national exposure and acclaim.
The recipients of the 2015 Standard Bank Young Artist Award are Christiaan Olwagen (Theatre), Luyanda Sidiya (Dance), Musa Ngqunqwana (Music), Athi- Patra Ruga (Performance Art), Kemang Wa Lehulere (Visual Art) and Nduduzo Makhathini (Jazz).