Standard Bank Personal Loans


Being a leader in the financial sector of banking in South Africa, Standard Bank Personal Loans are designed for people looking to improve their lifestyle, whom don’t to be tied on a long term loan agreement. Apply for amount up to R300 000 to do whatever you wish with the money, Standard Bank allows you that freedom to enjoy.

What are the benefits of Standard Bank Personal Loans?

Standard Bank offer personal cash loans up to R300 000 at a personalized interest rate. These loans can be repaid within flexible terms up to 72 months. Use the sliders on the loan calculator to determine how much to pay at terms and interest rate of your choice. Standard Bank has branches all over South Africa in order to give opportunities to customers that prefer face to face interactions. If your application is approved, funds will be paid directly into your banking account.

Standard Bank gives you the freedom to spend your loan however you see fit. You can pay for your education fees, renovate your home, a holiday experience or buying new electronics perhaps, handle medical bills, anything and so on.

Who can apply for Standard Bank Personal Loans?

Anyone above the age of 18 years with a valid bar green-coded South African ID or Driver’s License can apply for personal loans. Visit the Standard Bank website to check if you qualify using their online affordability form. Should you pre-qualify for the loan, you will need the following documents in order for your application to be processed.

  • SA green bar coded ID,
  • Proof of residential address,
  • Recent Payslips,
  • Recent banking statement.

Standard Bank Contact Details

To find out more detailed information about how you can apply for and benefit from personal loans, please call 0860 123 000 and speak to any of the Standard Bank consultants. You can also send them an email at and one of the consultants will give you a call shortly. You can visit any of the Standard Bank local branches near you for inquiries. Alternatively visit their website at to read more and use online tools.

NB: Visit our loan calculator page here


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