Last chance for many South Africans to become investors
The opportunity to buy shares in MTN Zakhele Futhi comes to an end soon. Have you signed up?
Black South Africans are urged to take the opportunity to apply to become MTN Zakhele Futhi investors before the end of this month, says MTN Business. The shares will be available until 4pm on 28 October 2016.
The B-BBEE share scheme will allow black, coloured and Indian South African individuals as well as black groups to apply for shares. If you want to be a potential investor, you can capture your details on mtn.com/zakhelefuthi and go to your nearest Nedbank branch along with your FICA documentation to complete your application process. If you have already invested with MTN Zakhele, there is an opportunity to reinvest your MTN Zakhele shares into the new MTN Zakhele Futhi share scheme.
Applicants will be notified after the closing date via SMS about whether they have succeeded in buying MTN Zakhele Futhi shares. A minimum investment of R2 000 is required.
The time to grow together has arrived.
Find all the details on mtn.com/zakhelefuthi or visit your nearest Nedbank branch for the potential to move forward financially.
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