A total of 20 university students are set to benefit in the 2019/2020 cycle of Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe’s exclusive internship programme. The program is strategically structured to prepare budding young professionals for the workplace after university.
Leading financial services institution, Stanbic Bank, continues to play a pivotal role in championing sustainable energy by facilitating the construction of a ZAR 7 million 190kw solar plant for Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ).
Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe and Zimplats have combined forces to support people with albinism. The two organizations have been actively supporting people with albinism in their individual capacities and have embarked on a partnership to benefit Binga, Hwange and Lupane districts.
Stanbic Bank posted a USD39.3 million profit after tax for the year ended 31 December 2018, up from USD27.6 million in the prior year.
As part of its commitment to gender equality Standard Bank Group (SBG) will make a bold statement on International Women’s Day by changing the colour of its logos on its digital platforms from blue to magenta, the same colour as the UN Women HeForShe brand.