Standard Lesotho Bank would like to congratulate the top 15 youth businesses that made it to the last stage of the Bacha Entrepreneurship Project. Further congratulations are also in order to MD Piggery (awarded M149 000), Pasa Production (awarded M173 000), Lesotho Bookings (awarded M175 000) and Wild Plants Growers (awarded M195 000).
Let us help you start your new journey. We invite you to the Annual Car & Home Expo this festive season at Maseru Mall, on the 1st of Decmeber from 10am.
The 16th of November marked the second collaborative event between Standard Lesotho Bank and Lionesses of Africa this year. Celebrating its fourth anniversary on the day, CEO of Lionesses of Africa, Ms Melanie Hawken, shared with the prestigious event’s guests the journey the organization has traveled.
Through its corporate social responsibility programme, Standard Lesotho Bank handed over a two roomed house for ‘Mese family at Ha Mosili in the Berea district. This gesture is a direct response to the need for a decent, clean and safe shelter to this child-headed family. The handover is the second for 2018 following a commitment of M450,000 that the bank signed with Habitat for Humanity Lesotho earlier this year.
Standard Lesotho Bank has discovered that there is a fraud scheme targeting some of our Clients’ accounts. Investigations are ongoing; however, it can be confirmed at this stage that there was a syndicate which involves some staff members and external people.
You will have noted that on 20th October, Standard Lesotho Bank experienced disruption of service on our systems, which resulted in the outage of our ATMs. POS terminals and our branches were also not able to offer service, with the exception of Mobile & Internet Banking that was providing services only for some subscribers.