Stanbic Bank’s Financial Literacy Show Returns as “Better My Lebotha” Takes to the Airwaves!

2018-10-08 00:00:00.0

Stanbic Bank Botswana’s popular financial literacy radio show, now in its fourth season, returns today to much jubilation, now dubbed as “BetterMyLebotha” The show is hosted by Tshepang ‘DJ Izzy” Motsisi, with a new segment called “On the Streets” segment featuring Mduduzi 'Mdu Tha Party Madzwamuse.

 

This is the fourth season of the financial literacy radio show on Yarona FM. Now with

a focus on personal finances, the show is set to deliver greater personal engagement, and a real appreciation of men and women living financial management learnings on a daily basis. Thus, BetterMyLebothasnew and insights based approach brought to life through “On the Streets.”

 

Better My Lebotha is the people’s radio show, bringing issues to the fore that real Batswana struggle with when it comes to money matters. Stanbic Bank hears what they have to say and share, and develops content that matters.  This includes topics such as: Budgeting for A Lifestyle Change, Teaching Your Children About Money, Managing Your Taxes, Future Life and Preparing for the Unexpected and, Buying Your Dream Home. The show will feature an exciting curation of Stanbic Bank Botswana experts, as well as external guests who are all subject matter experts or have simply got sound experience in dealing with finances around key issues or themes.

 

Said Stephanie Stoneham, Head of Marketing at Stanbic Bank Botswana, “At Stanbic Bank, we are passionate about corporate social investment and being relevant to the society we operate in. Financial literacy is one of our key focus areas and we are confident that the impact of this platform will see even more benefit in the future.

 

The performance of the show in the past has brought great feedback, and we are pleased to have made impact in people’s lives, and indeed for their businesses. We are passionate and committed to doing more in this space, for we believe that sound and sustainable financial literacy efforts can truly help empower Batswana, and make progress real for our people and out economy. When we say Botswana is our home and we drive her growth, we mean it. This is just one example, and one we are truly excited about.”

 

With an all new, fresh on-the-streets approach. The objective remains to educate and support Batswana through driving financial inclusion and financial literacy, in line with the Stanbic Bank's strategy and commitment. After all, making progress real is much more effective when we drive said progress through collaboration.

 

We encourage the public to tune into BetterMyLebotha on Yarona FM at 18h30 every Tuesday with Izzy and Mdu. The public can also join in on the social conversation on Twitter: @StanbicBankBW and @TheRealYaronaFM; on Facebook: facebook.com/StanbicBankBotswana; or by following the hashtags #BetterMyLebotha and #OnTheStreets across all social media platforms.


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