As the world continues to face challenges in dealing with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we are taking steps to provide some safety measures to our clients and staff.
Given the wide-ranging impact of the pandemic and in line with advice from government and the World Health Organisation (WHO), limiting unnecessary human contact is an invaluable precaution. We therefore strongly encourage you to use our suite of digital tools and trading platforms for your financial needs. Digital platforms provide an efficient, fast, safe and nearly instantaneous solution to many, if not all your investing requirements, away from public spaces.
KEEPING EVERYONE SAFE
The safety of our employees and clients is something that we care deeply about. While the extent of COVID-19 is still unknown, our plans have the necessary flexibility to evolve as the situation requires.
As a result, Sharenet will unfortunately not be accommodating client meetings at a branch level, for the forceable future. As soon as the situation changes, we will advise you, our valuable clients accordingly.
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06/08 Nigeria will reopen for
international air travel in a matter of weeks, the aviation
minister said on Thursday, without giving a specific date for
the resumption after months of closure due to the global
coronavirus. . .
06/08 The Zambian subsidiary of Nigeria's Access Bank has agreed to buy Cavmont Capital Holdings, the Zambian arm of Namibian financial services group Capricorn, for a nominal fee of 1 kwacha ($0.0014),. . .
30/07 The International Monetary Fund
(IMF) approved $171.9 million of funding to Madagascar, it said
on Thursday, bringing the total COVID-19 emergency support to
the country to $337.9 million as the island nation's economy
struggles due. . .
27/07 Rainfall last week in most of
Ivory Coast's main cocoa growing regions was below average, but
growing conditions are still good enough to ensure the steady
development of the October-to-March main crop, farmers said. . .
27/07 AngloGold Ashanti said on
Monday it expects a jump in first-half headline earnings per
share (HEPS), helped by an increase in gold price, weaker local
currencies, higher foreign exchange gains as well as gains. . .
24/07 Kenyan urban farmer Francis
Wachira credits a soil recycling company with keeping him afloat
financially during the coronavirus crisis: it helped him to
start producing herbs and vegetables on his tiny Nairobi plot.. . .
22/07 Zimbabwe's High Court on
Wednesday suspended a police search warrant against mobile
telecoms firm Econet Wireless which sought to force it
to turn over details of subscribers and transactions as part of
a money-laundering probe.. . .
20/07 Zimbabwean mobile phone operator Econet Wireless on Monday sought a court order to suspend a police warrant seeking information on its transactions because this would violate the privacy of the company. . .
18/07 Annual inflation in Nigeria rose for a 10th straight month in June, lifted by food and healthcare costs, the statistics office said on Friday, after the coronavirus pandemic disrupted logistics and. . .
18/07 Zimbabwean police have issued a
warrant against the largest mobile phone operator Econet
Wireless to hand over a list of its mobile money
transactions and subscribers because authorities suspect it of
involvement in money laundering,. . .
17/07 Annual inflation in Nigeria rose for a 10th straight month in June, lifted by higher food and healthcare costs, the statistics office said on Friday, as the coronavirus pandemic disrupted logistics.. . .
16/07 Zambia's Health Minister on
Thursday appeared before a Lusaka magistrate and denied four
counts of corruption involving alleged purchase of business
shares and property with suspected proceeds of crime.. . .
15/07 The Democratic Republic of Congo has
given copper and cobalt mining companies a month to stop
confining workers on site away from their families as part of
COVID-19 restrictions and return to normal operations,. . .
15/07 S&P Global Ratings on Tuesday revised Kenya's outlook to 'negative' from 'stable', citing that the coronavirus pandemic will slow the country's GDP growth significantly in 2020 and weigh on its. . .
14/07 Zimbabwe's inflation was at 737.26% year-on-year in June compared to 785.55% the previous month, as prices of basic goods continue to rise beyond the reach of most citizens, Zimstat, a state. . .
14/07 The Democratic Republic of Congo has
given copper and cobalt mining companies a month to stop
confining workers on site away from their families to stop the
spread of coronavirus, the labour minister said. . .
14/07 The coronavirus crisis is expected to expand Morocco's informal economy of people who work for cash, reducing tax revenue and leaving many without social protection, the head of the state planning. . .
14/07 Botswana expects its economy to
shrink by 8.9% in 2020, less than its previous forecast for a
13.3% contraction, boosted by better-than-expected mining output
and a shorter lockdown, the central bank said on Tuesday.. . .
13/07 The Moroccan government plans a
package of 6 billion dirhams ($624 million) in aid to state
carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) to help it get through the
pandemic crisis, Finance Minister Mohamed Benchaaboun said. . .
10/07 Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari will on Friday sign into law a 10.8 trillion naira ($28.38 billion) revised 2020 budget passed by lawmakers last month, the presidency said on Twitter on Thursday.. . .
09/07 The Kenyan shilling weakened on Thursday due to increased dollar demand from the energy sector and general merchants as businesses reopen following recent easing of movement restrictions, traders said.. . .
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