Namibia

Namibia IPO

 
WELCOME TO A GREAT EMPOWERMENT OPPORTUNITY IN NAMIBIA’S FINANCIAL HISTORY. 
 
Letshego Holdings Namibia (LHN), with its strong financial inclusion approach, brings another empowerment opportunity to Namibia. Shareholders are selling 20% of the issued shares in LHN to Namibians, enabling them to be part of Letshego Namibia’s history of improving life. 
 
We are calling the offer of our sale of shares “Ekwafo Letu” which means “Our Support”. 
 
This is in recognition of what Letshego, at its core, stands for; to provide support. Support to those who are typically under-served by traditional financial institutions.
 
Our Letshego story is about empowerment, via the solutions we provide, and now via Ekwafo Letu as we offer our shares for sale to the Namibian public. Our purpose is to provide simple, appropriate and accessible solutions to the financially under-served and excluded in a sustainable manner.
 

Online Application:

IPO online application (Individual and Legal Entities application)                                       

                                                                    
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About Us 

Letshego Financial Services Namibia (Letshego Namibia) opened its doors in 2002 as Edu Loan Namibia, providing consumer and micro-lending services. In August 2008, Letshego Holdings Limited (LHL), a Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) listed entity, acquired 100% of the company, soon after which the company re-branded to Letshego Financial Services Namibia. LHL is the largest indigenous BSE-quoted company with a current market capitalisation in excess of BWP 5 billion (US$ 500 million) that places it in the top 40 sub-Saharan Africa companies (excluding-South Africa).                                                                                                       

We focus on low to middle income earners in the economy, through the provision of financially inclusive solutions. Previously, we only offered payroll loans throught the deduction at source model. To enable the new operating model that will support and deliver our financial inclusion and diversification strategy, Letshego applied for, and was awarded, a provisional banking license in July 2014. We are looking to roll out deposit and transactional solutions to customers across the country should our provisional banking license be confirmed. The solutions will bear our hallmarks of being responsive to needs of the people, simple to understand, accessible by way of innovative new channels, and above all, ethical solutions being developed that enable savings and sustainable economic growth.

Our Products

Product Name Min Term (Months) Max Term (Months) Min Loan Amount (NAM) Max Loan Amount (NAM)
Personal Loans 6 60 1,000.00 50,000


Contact Us

You can find us at the following address or email us at namcustomer@letshego.com and we will get back to you. 

Branch Name  Physical Address Telephone 
Eenhana Shop 17, Greenwell Complex 065 - 263 803
Gobabis Shop 8, Tau Shopping Centre 062 - 562 831
Grootfontein Erf 159, Hidipo Hamutenya Street 067 - 240 861
Katima Mulilo Shop 3, MVA Block, Shoprite Lafrenz 066 - 252 882
Keetmanshoop Shop 10, Desert Plaza, Hampie Plichta Street 063 - 224 510
Okahandja Shop 18, Brumou Building, Martin Neib Street 062 - 502 764
Ondangwa Shop A8, Time Square Mall 065 - 280 300
Opuwo Champ Style Complex, Mbumbijazo Muharukua Street 065 - 273 547
Oshakati Shop 8, GIPF Building, Sam Nujoma Road 065 - 208 000
Otjiwarongo Paresis Building Centre, Mark Plein Street 067 - 306 416
Outapi Unit 5, Kambwa Complex, Humbertus Shetunyenga Street 065 - 251 669
Rundu Shop 2B, Northgate Building, Eugene Kakururu Street 066 - 266 580
Swakopmund 1st Floor, GIPF Building, Sam Nujoma Drive 064 - 406 205
Walvis Bay Haus 2000, Sam Nujoma Avenue 064 - 270 470
Windhoek 18 Schweringsburg Street, Windhoek 061-321 6600