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  •   Debt Relief Measures In Response To COVID19 10 Apr 2020

    The global concern on the spread of COVID-19 epidemic has given rise to many disruptions on normal business. The dynamics have also had to shift radically and the Bank as a responsible corporate citizen is monitoring the situation closely and working with the relevant authorities to find solutions in the areas we operate in.

  •   Measures to Support our clients during the COVID19 lockdown 09 Apr 2020

    We recognize that the lockdowns declared by both the governments of Lesotho and South Africa will inevitably have a negative effect on personal and business finances for you. To that end, the Bank has proposed measures below to help our customers to transact with ease and to help them manage their business and personal needs during these trying times.

  •   Standard Lesotho Bank Welcomes A New Chief Executive 03 Apr 2020

    The Board of Directors of Standard Lesotho Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Kenrick Cockerill as Chief Executive of Standard Lesotho Bank effective 1 April 2020.

  •   The Banking Sector Contributes M2 million towards the National Response to COVID 19 01 Apr 2020

    In a bid to augment the national response to the outbreak of Corona Virus - COVID-19 that continues to spread around the world at an alarming rate, the Banking sector comprising of the Central Bank of Lesotho as the regulator along with FNB Lesotho, Lesotho PostBank, Nedbank Lesotho and Standard Lesotho Bank have collectively donated M2million towards the fight against the outbreak of COVID-19 in Lesotho.

  •   Standard Lesotho Bank Launches Free Online Banking 27 Mar 2020

    In an effort to encourage social distancing and enable clients to transact with ease, Standard Lesotho Bank has launched data-free access on Standard Bank App and Internet Banking.

  •   The Banking Sector’s Position on the Outbreak of Corona Virus COVID 19 20 Mar 2020

    The world is on high alert following the outbreak of the Corona Virus - COVID-19 that continues to spread at an alarming rate. The outbreak has already been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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