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Standard Bank is offering an all-expenses paid trip to South Africa for two, for attending Standard Bank Joy of Jazz festival in Sandton from 29th to 30th September.

To be one of the three winners the interested parties must open an account at the bank by 10th of September.

With a Standard Bank Current Account, holders have access to a wide range of benefits, including Salary protect insurance, which guarantees payment of up to three times the value of the salary to the worker, in case of job loss; Access to digital channels - Netplus (Internet Banking), Mobile Banking, QuiQ and ATM Deposit - which allows payments, transfers and more from any place and at any time.

To simplify citizens' participation in the competition, this banking institution established in Mozambique for more than 100 years during the campaign will be opening accounts in public spaces, particularly in shopping centers.

This year the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz, which is the the largest jazz festival in Africa, celebrates its 20th anniversary and to mark the event, the carefully selected line up to liven up the audience includes musical stars such as Hugh Masekela, Salif Keita And Music Soulchild.

Branford Marsalis, three-time Grammy Award winner, instrumentalist, composer and head of Marsalis Music; sax maestro Joshua Redman and his Quartet, The Clayton Brothers, Jeff And John; as well as Mac Power Trio with David Murray, Geri Allen with Terri Lyne Carrington from USA are other artists who will brighten Joy of Jazz.

Other highlights of the festival's 20th anniversary include performances by the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Band and Selaelo Selota, the well-known South African guitarist, composer, producer and teacher.

Joy of Jazz, besides the musical piece, has a Social Responsibility component through social insertion of the communities in the jazz world.

In the last edition, in addition to the performances held at Sandton Convention Center, the festival included a variety of activities, such as "shows" designed for underprivileged people, particularly the elderly, with disabilities, and workers connected to community centers, including orphanages and Penitentiaries.

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