The Gondwana Holdings Ltd (“Gondwana”) share trading platform is not regulated in the same manner as a licensed exchange in terms of the Stock Exchange Control Act, 1 of 1985. Despite not being a regulated exchange, Gondwana ensures the integrity of the system, transactions and records through good corporate governance that includes the annual audit thereof by the internal auditors.
Any complaints regarding the share trading platform may be directed to the Group Company Secretary, Almut Kronsbein at email: assistance(at)gondwana-collection.com or telephone: +264 61 427232
Gondwana’s shares are traded over-the-counter as share transactions are negotiated directly and bilaterally between willing buyer and sellers of shares. Gondwana will, through its share administration desk managed by PSG Wealth Management (Namibia) (Pty) Ltd (“PSG”), facilitate the identification of willing buyers and sellers and PSG act as administrator to provide the parties with the required documentation to facilitate transactions. Transfer Secretaries (Pty) Ltd will update its securities register after the conclusion of transactions.
Please note that all new shareholders must first be approved by the board of directors of Gondwana as set out under the “How to Trade” tab.
For more information on how to trade in Gondwana shares please go to the “How to Trade” tab.
How to Trade
How do I buy or sell Gondwana Shares?
The buying or selling of shares can easily be done through PSG Wealth Management (“PSG”) who has been appointed by Gondwana to administer the process.
You must first open an account with PSG before you will be able to buy or sell. You will need to sign a trading account mandate with PSG as part of the account opening.
Please note, all shareholders must first be approved by the board of directors of Gondwana in accordance with the articles of Gondwana. The new applicant must therefore authorise PSG to share their application with Gondwana. PSG will only be allowed to trade once a new shareholder is approved. Please note this is only relevant for new shareholders.
How do I open an account with PSG?
To open an account with PSG, you need to forward your contact details and the following documents with your request for buying or selling Gondwana shares to PSG at wealth(at)psg.com.na:
- Certified copy of identity document;
- Proof of residence e.g. Municipal bill;
- Proof of bank account e.g. bank statement not older than 3 months or a bank confirmation letter; and
- Proof of tax registration e.g. copy of your tax registration certificate or a copy of the front page of your latest tax return.
Once PSG has received the documents and instruction, they will contact you to assist with the process.
What other documents do I require to buy or sell Gondwana shares?
Buying of Shares:
- Completed Transfer Secretaries form – PSG will provide you with the form.
Selling of shares:
- Original Share Certificate – the new Gondwana certificates issued by Transfer Secretaries; and
- Signed CM42 form – PSG will provide you with the form.
What are my buying or selling options?
You can buy or sell Gondwana shares by placing an order with PSG. Two types of orders can be placed:
- Market Order (when you want to buy or sell shares as quickly as possible at the ruling price); or
- Limit Order (when you want to buy or sell shares at a specific price or better).
What costs are associated with selling or buying Gondwana shares?
The total cost charged for selling or buying shares is made up of 3 components:
- Administration Fee: 0.5% of the transaction value.
- Stamp Duty: N$2 per N$1 000 (or part thereof) of the value (only payable when buying shares).
- The total cost of buying N$10 000.00 worth of shares is 0.7% or N$70.00.
- The total cost of selling N$10 000.00 worth of shares is 0.5% or N$50.00.
When are payments done?
Buying of shares: You need to have the money available in your account with PSG before the order to buy shares can be executed.
Selling of shares: Settlement takes 5 working days, so you will receive your money after 5 working days of the sale being executed.
PSG Contact Details
Telephone: +264 61 378 900
Physical Address: 1st Floor, PSG Building, 5 Conradie Street, Windhoek
Postal Address: PO Box 196, Windhoek
Offers to Buy and Sell
Gondwana’s share administration desk assist with the identification of willing Buyers & Sellers and the following Buyers & Sellers requested the administration desk to publish the number of shares they intend to buy or sell and the bid and offer price thereof.
For more information and assistance contact PSG at +264 61 378 900 or wealth(at)psg.com.na
Buyers and SellerLast Price: 500 cps
Movement from previous price: 0.0% (0c)
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Recent Transactions and Price History
Below are the recent transactions concluded between buyers and sellers through facilitation by the share administration desk.
Recent Transactions and Price History
Gondwana has a dividend policy based on a dividend cover of 3 times earnings, meaning that dividends will be 33.3% of net earnings depending on capital requirements.
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The following transactions have been entered into by directors:
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