We are Wiki and your profile and the way you want to submit narrative that appears below the vital statistics (name, birth, marriage, death, etc.) on the profile page is only ruled by style rules. See Styles and Standards and you are free to create your narratives within these style rules.
Within a project we keep to these rules and adhere to the style agreed upon by others who had a long walk with WikiTree and a project at large.
The COGH and South African Roots projects had many discussions about the basic Biography and adding Birth / Baptism / Marriage / Death information under there own little headings works best for first glance information and finding mistakes See [[Ockerse-140 |Sara Bekker]] with the exception that we (South African Roots) will not keep data that does not add information about, or specific context to, the profiled individual, such as program specific information generated by an uploaded GEDCOM. See GEDCOM-created biographies.
Using these headings, imported data can be moved and your entry would look like this;
Datum: Year-month -date
Plek: NG Kerk Tafelberg
Deur: Ds D P Laurie
You can then also add the name of the infant and the names of the parents for more detail.
The above also provide the opportunity to add a source other than the GEDCOM :-))
You can also include a heading for events. This is your opportunity to put flesh on the bones of ancestors and invite collaboration from members of the WikiTree community who share your interest in or relationship to the person. See [[Burn-129|Thomas Reuben Whitfield Burn]]
Hope this explain the view of the South African Roots project to your enquiry "should the South African Roots project agreed to a standard label."
Have a nice day.