Please be advised that IBAN numbers are required when sending money to beneficiaries abroad, in this case the IBAN number will be provided directly by the beneficiary, however, when receiving money a Swift code will then have to be provided together with your banking details. The Standard bank swift code is SBZAZAJJ. If a beneficiary is not certain on the IBAN number, he/she can contact their branch to obtain this information. Please visit: http://www.standardbank.co.za/standardbank/Personal/Banking/Foreign-Exchange/Payments-and-transfers/... for more information.
I really think that the correct reply for this would be:
South Africa does not subscribe to IBAN so your normal account number and SWIFT/BIC(SBZAZAJJ) will apply.......advising to click on a link that shows a normal account number does not actually answer the question!