Who has the highest shares in Safaricom?
Our shareholding structure changed during the year and is currently comprised of the Government of Kenya (35 per cent), Vodacom (35 per cent), Vodafone (5 per cent) and free ﬂoat (25 per cent).
How do I buy shares in Safaricom?
You can buy Safaricom secondary shares from the Safaricom Investment Co-operative through Mpesa, bank or online. Those wishing to buy shares online can do so by logging in to the Safaricom Investment Co-operative web portal via webportal.sic.co.ke.
What is the price of Safaricom shares?
|52 Week High||45.25|
|52 Week Low||28.55|
|Shares Out (MIL)||40,065.43|
How many shares does Safaricom have?
Safaricom controls approximately 64.5% percent of the Kenyan market as at 2020 with a subscriber base estimated at approximately 35.6 million. In terms of voice market and SMS market share Safaricom controls 69.2% and 92.2% respectively.
M-Pesa’s usage and success in Kenya.
Do Safaricom lines expire?
“Expiry” occurs when your account has been inactive for one hundred and twenty (120) days after the end of the validity period of your last Re-charge. The validity period may vary depending on the value of the Re-charge voucher.
How do I buy shares?
The most common way to buy and sell shares is by using an online broking service or a full service broker. When shares are first put on the market, you can buy them via a prospectus. You can also buy through an employee share scheme, or invest indirectly through a managed fund.
Can you buy shares in the co op?
You can buy or sell Co-operative Group Ltd shares through a Stocks and Shares ISA, Lifetime ISA, SIPP or Fund and Share Account.
How can I buy Safaricom minutes?
How to Buy a Voice Bundle using Airtime
- Dial *485# and select “Zidisha Plus” option.
- Select “Buy Bundles” option.
- Select the mobile number /employee you want to buy for.
- Select voice bundle as the bundle type.
- Pick any of the Voice bundles.
- Select “Buy using Airtime”
- Confirm that you want to purchase the bundle.
Which is the best company to buy shares in Kenya?
Best shares to buy in Kenya: companies to look out for
- Jubilee holdings.
- Centum investment.
- ARM cement.
- Crown paints.
- Equity Bank.
- KCB Bank.
- BAT Kenya.
How is share price calculated?
To figure out how valuable the shares are for traders, take the last updated value of the company share and multiply it by outstanding shares. Another method to calculate the price of the share is the price to earnings ratio.
How do I sell my shares online?
How to Buy and Sell Shares Online? – For Beginners
- Step 01: Get your PAN Card. Do you have your PAN Card? …
- Step 02: Find a Stockbroker. …
- Step 03: Open a Demat & Trading Account. …
- Step 04: Transfer Money in your Account. …
- Step 05: Select the Shares you want to buy. …
- Step 06: Place your Buy Order. …
- Step 07: Place your Sell Order.
How does Safaricom make money?
M-Pesa creates economic value for Safaricom in two primary ways: Revenue from transaction fees that Safaricom collects via the agent during cash withdrawal operations and transfer operations (depositing money into mobile wallet is free). Reduce Safaricom customers’ churn, improve engagement, lifetime value etc.
Who is the owner of k24?
|Owner||Mediamax Network Ltd|
|Launched||4 February 2008|