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.
The widespread concern around COVID-19 creates the perfect opportunity for cybercriminals to defraud customers. To ensure protection against targeted ransomware and Malware attacks, remember to install the latest version of a Multi-layered Antivirus program and never share your account details online or via email.
Sharenet remains fully operational and should you experience any technical difficulty, rest assured that our superior support staff is ready to assist with any technical queries and can be reached on:
21/09 Takatso Consortium said on
Wednesday it was still in discussions with South Africa's
Treasury over its purchase of a 51% stake in the country's
struggling national airline but said both parties were committed
to an. . .
21/09 The South African rand
fell to more than three-week lows on Tuesday, hurt by subdued
risk appetite and after ratings agency Fitch said Africa's most
industrialised economy will continue to face challenges as it
seeks. . .
21/09 A South African court on
Tuesday resumed a trial that has dragged out for years over a $2
billion arms deal involving ex-president Jacob Zuma, whose legal
team sought to remove a prosecutor they. . .
21/09 South Africa's Mediclinic
has refinanced 8.45 billion rand ($575.26 million) in
loans through Rand Merchant Bank, the hospital operator said on
Tuesday, in what the bank described as Africa's first
sustainability-linked banking facility.. . .
20/09 South Africa's Sanlam Ltd
will sell part of its UK business to investment firm
Oaktree Capital Management for 140 million pounds ($191.37
million), the company said on Monday, and funnel the capital
into emerging markets.. . .
20/09 South African financial
services holding company Rand Merchant Investment said
on Monday it would unbundle its stake in two major local
insurers and carry out a rights issue to narrow a discount
between its share. . .
20/09 South Africa's rand
weakened in early Monday trade after losing ground last week, as
the dollar rallied even as investors stayed cautious ahead of a
week packed with local and global economic indicators.. . .
16/09 Britain's envoy to the
U.N. Climate Change Conference plans to visit South Africa ahead
of the November talks, officials said, to discuss helping it end
an over-reliance on coal that makes it one of. . .
16/09 Sibanye Stillwater Ltd is
buying half of ioneer Ltd's Nevada lithium mine project
for $490 million, one of the largest deals ever for U.S. supply
of the electric vehicle battery metal as demand is. . .
15/09 South Africa's FirstRand
will end funding for new coal-fired power stations and
coal mines and has lowered the cap on its coal exposure as part
of moves to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, it. . .
14/09 Offshore investors sold a net 4.0 billion
rand ($280.99 million) of South African stocks last week and 3.7 billion rand of
bonds, data from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange showed on Tuesday.
STOCKS. . .
14/09 Uganda's biggest telecoms firm,
a unit of South Africa's MTN Group, has launched the
East African country's first mobile phone-based stocks trading
platform, a senior executive said on Tuesday.. . .
13/09 AngloGold Ashanti
agreed on Monday to buy out Canadian-listed Corvus Gold
for 4.10 Canadian dollars per share in a deal valuing the
exploration firm at 570 million Canadian dollars ($450 million).. . .
13/09 South Africa's rand began
the week on a weaker footing, as investors awaited readings on
U.S. consumer prices that could be crucial to the Federal
Reserve's decision on when to exit its super-supportive policy.. . .
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