You can submit your claim on the Standard Bank mobile App. Please following the steps provided below:
Select ‘start claim’ when viewing your insurance policy. Simply follow these easy three step process:
Details – add a description of the event, upload a photo/s, and the date of the incident
Review – confirm all entered information is accurate and your personal details are up-to-date
Submit – send the claim for processing and receive a claim number
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If you went to one of our branches and activated it with our consultants, your card should be activated after you have been to the branch. If your card was delivered to you, you need to visit a branch to activate it.
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You can view your ATM pin on your app. Login to your Standard Bank App, go to 'More' on the bottom right of the screen, click on 'Manage Card' and click on 'View Pin', it will ask for your ID number for security reasons and you will be able to view your pin.
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Standard Bank has introduced an innovative way of pricing new home loans from April 2019. The pricing will result in lower monthly home loan payments as the loan is repaid. The effective interest rate will also reduce with every payment, resulting in huge savings over time! This completely breaks the traditional single interest rate customers have typically received over their 20 to 30year terms.
Andrew Van der Hoven, head of Standard Bank Home Loans says; “as the leading home loan provider in South Africa, we believe strongly in fulfilling our purpose of helping South Africans own a home. When looking at our current home loan offering we felt that it could be better aligned to this purpose. This new pricing is designed to rewards clients for every payment they make on their journey to owning their home. We believe that home ownership is vital to wealth creation and we want to be part of that journey.”
How this will work is that the loan will be broken up into up to three portions, with each portion of the loan being priced individually at a lower rate. As the loan is paid off a higher portion of the loan will be at the lowest rate on the account.
For example, in the case of a bond for R 1 000 000 over 20 years the price will be as follows:
The portion of the loan between R 800 000 and R 1 000 000, will have an interest rate of 10.50%
The portion of the loan between R 600 000 and R 800 000, will have an interest rate of 10.25%
The portion of the loan between R 0 and R 600 000, will have an interest rate of 10.00%
“With this structure as the client pays off their loan they will pay less interest and a lower interest rate. The true value of our pricing however is in the real additional monthly cash flow it can provide as well as the total interest the client will save” says Mr. van der Hoven.
In this example the client will pay approximately R2,800.00 less in the first year of the loan and over the course of 20 years this client will save over R67 000 in interest when compared to a traditional single rate loan.
“In order to benefit from the lower rate our clients can also make extra payments whenever they have additional funds, this is an alternative to the typical home loan where you only receive an interest rate benefit if a deposit is paid upfront. Having a deposit is good financial practice but it’s not always possible for many buyers at a point in time, this new structure allows those customers to benefit when they have saved enough” says Mr. van der Hoven.
In summary Standard Bank’s new pricing on home loans benefits participating homeowners in four ways, these are:
The interest rate reduces as the loan is repaid. The customer is not stuck on the single rate for the life of their loan anymore..
The minimum monthly instalment decreases as the loan is paid off.
Significantly less interest is paid throughout the loan term.
Customers are rewarded with a lower interest rate if they deposit additional funds anytime during the term
The product is also ideal for homeowners who wish to take up a loan option that enables them to cut the term of their loan while enjoying an interest rate benefit.
“We believe that our new pricing promotes healthy financial management and increases home ownership through rewarding our customers to pay off their loan” concludes Mr. Van der Hoven.
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The land question is immensely emotional. The issues on both sides must be approached with reverence and careful thought.
A great deal of work went into crafting section 25 of the Constitution. The authors contemplated the three major vectors involved in this debate: redistribution, restitution and security of tenure. They carefully balanced the competing aspirations and rights that have arisen.
Pertinently, any system dealing with the land question, globally, is dependent on a capable state, and clearly defined rules – otherwise chaos results.
In our case, we’ve got the umbrella law – what’s missing is some legislation and most of the capacity required to give proper effect to redistribution, restitution and land tenure rights.
The Kgalema Motlanthe panel report makes these points persuasively, as do a number of other research reports and studies. What also emerges from the Motlanthe report is some of the instruments that SA has in place either don't completely use the funds allocated to them, or the community structures that are allocated land are dysfunctional. Then you’ve got the issue of precarious tenure for farmworkers, rural dwellers and the millions of people who’ve moved from rural areas to live in cities.
The point is: the infrastructure necessary to deal with all this is inadequate.
Then there's “expropriation without compensation”. Section 25 deals with it and nowhere does it say you have to have the willing-buyer-willing-seller principle. So, there could be circumstances in which it’s appropriate not to pay for land.
I’ve read the motion that was passed in Parliament on “expropriation without compensation”, the ANC’s conference resolution, and the president’s comments in Parliament. I believe what people are saying is one of the mechanisms for dealing with the three major vectors should be the acquisition of land on the basis of expropriation without compensation, and authorities must put in place modalities to do that. And they must do that in a way that doesn't damage the economy, the agriculture industry or cause famine. I see no difference between that and what is currently in the Constitution.
So, I'm not panicked. What society is saying, is that SA needs a conversation – again – about redistribution, restitution and land tenure.
In my view, what is needed is engagement between the social partners. We must make sure there is proper justice in the process, for people who don’t own land, as well as for people who do. Both groups contain both black and white South Africans.
The same argument applies to nationalisation. The real issue is that people are concerned about the allocation of society’s benefits and burdens, assets etc., and they’re concerned there are too many poor people and only a small wealthy elite in our country. This isn’t sustainable.
However, nationalisation is not the correct instrument to address inequality; international evidence is clear. Business should engage: let’s find a way to modernise and grow our economy, and how best to allocate society’s benefits and burdens.
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You are the dream chasers, the outliers, the high-flyers. You fight against the odds, it’s not going above and beyond, it’s what you do. It is not enough to get the job
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“This is a real godsend! So much of what we do relies on donations like this to make our work happen!” So says Stephen Mahony, CEO of educational non-profit JumpStart. The Gauteng division of his NGO was chosen to receive a cheque for R50 000 on Standard Bank’s popular weekly game show, Your Next Million.
Our game show’s purpose is moving contestants forward to their Next, whether that’s paying off a house or buying one, providing for a child’s education, or even paying for a destination wedding. But that’s not all Your Next Million is about – we also recognise the people and organisations who, through dedicated good work, drive South Africa to its Next.
Like all non-profits previously chosen as winners of Your Next Million’s R50 000 NGO cheque, JumpStart Gauteng (which also has operations in the Free State) aims to drive progress throughout the nation via educational development. Since 2002, the organisation has worked to improve children’s grasp of mathematics on primary-school level, believing that this is the key to our youths’ future prospects of employment, as well as South Africa’s future wellbeing. JumpStart Gauteng’s interventions not only include comprehensive and effective classroom learning, but also improving teacher competence and digital e-learning solutions. With a R50 000 boost, their efforts can go even further. Stephen explains:
“We work in schools in Eldorado Park where we employ previously unemployed young adults as maths tutors. These tutors work in the classrooms of primary-school learners to positively impact their mathematics skills. This R50k will go directly to supporting this team.
“What a great initiative from Standard Bank,” Stephen continues. “Our own motto, ‘thinking forward’ couldn't say it better. Here's a financial institution in South Africa working toward the future of improved learning outcomes in the critical area of mathematics. Thank you!”
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