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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Banking
    You can give us notice to release all or just part of your investment 32 days after giving us notice funds can be withdrawn at the branch or paid out into another account Interest rates are variable and any rate change will be effective immediately The higher your balance the higher your interest rate Interest is calculated on your daily balance and paid into another account or re invested every

    Original URL path: http://www.standardbank.mobi/business/investments/noticeDeposit.jsp (2016-02-07)
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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Banking
    which you would like your investment to mature The interest rate is fixed for the full period of your investment You cannot add or withdraw from your investment during the investment term The interest is paid monthly quarterly annually or on maturity You can open an electronic fixed deposit account using some of our self service channels On electronic accounts Interest is only paid out monthly or when your investment

    Original URL path: http://www.standardbank.mobi/business/investments/fixedDeposit.jsp (2016-02-07)
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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Banking
    Personal Business Contact Me Complete the form below and we ll call you Name Surname Mobile number Home Business home Contact me

    Original URL path: http://www.standardbank.mobi/business/investments/contactMe.jsp (2016-02-07)
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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Third Party Fund Administration
    financial intermediaries trust companies and any other institution or business considered to be a Financially Accountable Institution to perform basic banking transactions on their clients accounts whilst earning favourable interest rates Criteria Manage Third Party Funds Must have a Standard

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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Deals - CNN Marketplace
    a bad time most South African government employees were still on their long Christmas holiday and the ruling ANC was holding it s 100th birthday celebrations in Bloemfontein a four hour drive away from Pretoria The arrival of one of the world s most powerful women in southern Africa was clearly not a priority it seemed At one stage it was suggested she would meet South African president Jacob Zuma the following Wednesday five days away and the only time he would be able to fit her into his schedule From what I understand it was becomingly increasingly clear to the IMF folks that Zuma was not going to make the effort to meet Lagarde She would have to go to him When we sat down for a wide ranging interview in a Pretoria hotel I asked Lagarde if she had managed to pin down Zuma yet Lagarde smiled wryly to me and said she would be flying to Bloemfontein to meet Zuma the following day Deeply tanned and beautifully groomed in that indomitable French way Lagarde appeared pragmatic gracious and seemingly unfazed by this apparent snub The reasons for the South Africans lukewarm response to her visit are now more clear The headline of the Johannesburg based Business Day newspaper reads IMF taps BRICS to fund 1 billion crisis gap The article said Emerging nations asked to help bail out ailing richer economies South Africa is the newest most controversial member of BRICS a club of new financial powerhouses originally made up of Brazil Russia India and China South Africa s economy is a minnow compared to their BRIC brothers but the country is Africa s largest economy and seen as a gateway into the continent s lucrative and growing markets South Africa likes to think of itself as

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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Deals - CNN Marketplace
    frank about her own life in the course of speaking to others Our 30 minutes long interview was no different She is Oprah after all She was generous with her time delivered immaculate sound bites offered up snippets of her own tragedies created an intimacy with our crew in that small classroom and was basically a consummate performer She gave us Oprah and all that entails with her heady mix of power money and compassion She was passionate and emotional about the lives of the young girls she is educating She expressed disappointment in the young student who concealed a pregnancy and then secretly gave birth at the school last year The baby died and she hid the body in her school bag Oprah said she knew the loneliness of trying to hide a teen pregnancy but that the pupil showed poor leadership and was now happier at a different school When I brought up the abuse scandal she lightheartedly told me she called it The Crisis A female matron was accused and recently acquitted of molesting some of the girls in her care at the school Oprah admitted she was still baffled and incredulous that the alleged abuse took place at her school She said she had done everything to protect the girls from potentially abusive men limiting male visitors installing an electric fence around the school perimeter but never imagined the danger would come from women that she had hired When I asked her about Barack Obama she said she wouldn t talk about him And then promptly did Oprah famously endorsed Obama in 2008 which subsequently gave his campaign a boost Significantly she said she wouldn t publically endorse him again because everybody in the world now knows Barack Obama Diane Sawyer was interviewing Oprah via satellite

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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Deals - CNN Marketplace
    to hold onto power while giving the opposition a place in the seat of government Each of these examples is a special case and has their own unique context but there is criticism that South Africa prefers a one size fits all approach to any conflict or crisis on the continent The reason for South Africa s dogmatic insistence on negotiated settlements is they say based on the historic agreement that saw the creation of a democratic South Africa in 1994 This came after years of talking and compromise between the apartheid government and the liberation movements South Africa believes its miracle of a peaceful political transition should be replicated and encouraged where possible Cynics like to helpfully remind the apparently idealistic South Africans that in the prelude to negotiations there were decades of violence in apartheid South Africa even the now ruling ANC committed itself to an armed struggle that was only rescinded just before the first democratic elections However based on their own moral victory at the negotiating table and their standing in the continent South Africans like to see themselves as punching above their weight in the United Nations and other multilateral institutions They believe they deserve a seat on the U N Security Council and suggest the country s recent admission to the developing club of BRIC Brazil Russia India and China nations is another example of South Africa s soft power on the international stage However just how realistic is this foreign policy As South Africa digs its heels in regarding Libya s future many worry that the country s stubborn refusal to see beyond a framework of negotiations and interim governments is harming the Southern African nation s reputation One news report suggested South Africa s out of sync foreign policy may cost it

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  • www.standardbank.mobi - Deals - CNN Marketplace
    food aid says the AfDB report Owners and aid workers fear the ships will be seized and crews kidnapped for ransom For now despite the dangers some humanitarian agencies still operate often with protection from NATO warships The critical needs of feeding Somalis today as well as the long term implications of creating a sustainable agriculture sector are often discussed by political scientists and economists What to do about the state of anarchy in the failed state that is Somalia It is a question that has been debated for many years now and I fear is not about to be imminently solved even as African Union troops continue to do a brave job in defending Mogadishu against Al Shabaab militias The issue of piracy though is not a purely hopeless problem because its roots lie in the collapse of the fishing industry in Somalia A confluence of events in 1991 created a vacuum that laid the ground for the birth of Somali piracy As the Siad Barre regime collapsed and plunged the country into civil war it left the Somali coastline unprotected Around the same time the EU tightened fishing controls in Europe pushing some fishing ships to look for new waters So fleets from Europe and Asia many operating illegally moved into the open East African waters to fish And fish they did plundering according to many reports the oceans of fish stocks The ripple effect was enormous decimating the livelihoods of many Somali fishermen Many of these formerly destitute Somali fisherman took matters into their own hands according to the AfDB and turned to hijacking ships to make up for lost income The new industry was quickly co opted by the Somali warlords and is now an organized hierarchical gang like operation However the AfDB and other observers

    Original URL path: http://www.standardbank.mobi/deals/cnnFeed.jsp?id=4 (2016-02-07)
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