What is Ukhamba shares?

What is Ukhamba shares?

When Ukhamba was created, it was issued Imperial ordinary shares and Imperial Deferred ordinary shares which gave it a 10.1% equity shareholding in Imperial. Imperial obtains a significant portion of its BEE ownership score from Ukhamba’s shareholding in Imperial.

How much is ukhamba?

Contact the Ukhamba call centre on 011 321 5566 and an agent will assist you. Transaction fees are calculated at 1.5% of the transfer value plus VAT subject to a minimum fee of R210. 00 plus VAT.

Can I still buy Phuthuma Nathi shares?

You can buy or sell shares via the EESE trading platform or by calling the Phuthuma Nathi contact centre on 0860 116 226. If you are not a shareholder, you first need to register before you are able to buy shares. Verification and registration can be conducted directly through the internet or by telephone.

How much are Phuthuma Nathi shares?

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What is ukhamba used for?

The ukhamba is a low-fired clay vessel used for brewing and serving utshwala, the traditional sorghum ‘beer’ of southern African Nguni peoples.

What is EESE payment?

Equity Express Securities Exchange (EESE) is the most recent exchange to be awarded its licence. It was specifically created to look after the needs of broad based black economic empowerment schemes.

How do I register for Phuthuma Nathi shares?

You can buy or sell shares via the EESE trading platform or by calling the Phuthuma Nathi contact centre on 0860 116 226. What are the requirements to trade? For existing shareholders, you need to first verify your status to be able to buy or sell shares.

How do you check if you have Phuthuma Nathi shares?

Shareholders who owned Phuthuma Nathi shares and have not received dividends between 2006 and 2020, can claim their dividends by; Contacting the Phuthuma Nathi call centre on 086 011 6226.

Is Phuthuma Nathi shares still available?

Phuthuma Nathi shares could be traded from 8 December 2011. Trade instructions can be submitted via the online trading platform or the contact centre on 0860 116 226. How long will the trading platform be in operation? The trading platform will remain in operation until Phuthuma Nathi ceases to exist.

When was ukhamba invented?

When Lethu Tshabangu and his partner Noluyanda Roxwana founded Ukhamba Beerworx in 2014 it was to tell the African story of beer, which they believe was largely under-told and under-represented around the world.

How do I sell my Yeboyethu shares?

You can buy or sell shares via the Online Trading Platform that we have made available to our shareholders through https://yeboyethu.jseinvestorservicescsdp.co.za or by contacting the call centre at 011 581 7850 (standard call rates apply) or 082 241 0001 (Toll-free from your Vodacom cellphone).

Who owns ukhamba shares?

In 2004 Imperial issued 22 755 389 Deferred Ordinary Shares to Ukhamba as part of its long-term strategy to effect true BBBEE. Ukhamba shares are 46.9% owned by Imperial with the balance owned by the Ukhamba Trust (47.1%) and the Imperial and Ukhamba Community Development Trust (6%).

What is the ukhamba Trust?

The Ukhamba Trust gave historically disadvantaged Imperial employees an opportunity to purchase an interest in Ukhamba through the purchase of Ukhamba Trust units. Ukhamba was formed to create a culture of savings, to generate wealth and to facilitate the transfer of skills for Imperial ‘s historically disadvantaged employees.

How much was the ukhamba scheme paid out?

A total of R350 million was distributed in terms of the Ukhamba schemewhich was launched in 2004 as an empowerment vehicle for IMPERIAL’s previously disadvantaged employees. Employees paid a nominal fee for participation. This payout is only part of the value which members hold in the scheme.

Did ukhamba pay out r51m to Imperial?

Four years ago, Ukhamba paid out an amount of R51m to employees of IMPERIAL in terms of a previous black empowerment scheme. Participating employees contributed to that scheme, and made a very rewarding return on their investment.