Disclaimer

The Swaziland Investment Promotion Authority (SIPA) Website Disclaimer

 

1 By accessing this website, you as a user (hereinafter visitor), accept and agree to our Terms and Conditions mentioned herein.

 

2. Using SIPA’s Website
2.1The access and use of
www.sipa.org.sz and all of its WebPages (Website) constitutes acceptance of the present terms and conditions which come into effect from the date and time the visitor first logs on to this Website.


3. Disclaimer
3.1The information available on this website is intended as a guide only and every reasonable effort shall be made to ensure the accuracy and the timeliness of the information. In no circumstances shall SIPA be legally bound by any information contained in this website, and shall accept no liability whatsoever in respect of loss caused by reliance of a visitor on such information.


3.2 In the event of any discrepancy between the version of a document obtained from this website and the designated official version, the designated official version is the authoritative one. The representations of opinions or recommendations of third parties, which may also be included on this site, do not necessarily reflect the views of SIPA, the Kingdom of Swaziland, its Governmental bodies, or its officials nor indicate a commitment to a particular course of action.


3.3 The information appearing on the Website as Investment Opportunities or Investment Proposals with respect to each project to which reference is made, is simply conveyed to the visitor by SIPA in the form submitted to us by the interested entrepreneurs. SIPA has not carried out any due diligence or any form of study and the recipients of this information are advised to carry out their own investigation as to the characteristics of the specific project they may wish to consider further.

 

4. Intellectual Property Policy
4.1 All material contained at
www.sipa.org.sz and all of its WebPages may be reproduced for research of non-commercial purposes or private study.  This permission is granted only to the content(s) which are being reproduced correctly and not being used in a derogatory or insulting manner or on a misleading context.

 

4.2 All material posted in this Website are believed to be true and accurate and every effort is made by SIPA to ensure and verify the same.  Visitors are encouraged to recheck the accuracy of any material found in this Website before using them in any way.  SIPA will not accept any complain or legal claim against it regarding the accuracy and/or validity and/or exactness of any of the material found in this Website.

 

4.3 Visitors of this Website, either individuals or representatives of any legal or physical entity, who wish to publish and/or present and/or transmit and/or disseminate and/or broadcast and/or otherwise distribute to a third party, material of this Website agree to always acknowledge and clearly state the source of these materials found in this Website.

 

4.4 Any material appearing in this Website and identified as property of a third party is believed to be accurate and SIPA has made every possible effort to ensure this. Nonetheless, SIPA can provide no assurance or guarantee as to the accuracy of such material.

 

4.5 Material which is identified as property of a third party cannot be used in any way by any visitor.  Visitors wishing to use material found in this Website identified as property of a third party, shall be obliged to obtain legal permission from the rights owner. 

 

4.6 SIPA accepts no liability and will not accept any complaint or legal claim against it regarding the accuracy and/or validity and/or exactness of any of the content of its Website identified as property of a third party.


5. Hyperlink Policy
5.1 Visitors of this website can freely use
www.sipa.org.sz or other WebPages of this Website, as a link in their website without any prior permission from SIPA under the condition that the website does not produce or promote slander or libel against any legal or physical entity or against any group of people or idea. 

 

5.2 The Visitor, and/or the legal or physical entity which s/he represents, agrees that his using of the links of SIPA’s Website does not constitute in any way any form of direct or indirect endorsement by SIPA of the information or material contained in the linked webpage.

 

5.3 SIPA does not grant permission to anybody to load the pages of its Website into frames of any other website. The pages of SIPA’s Website must be loaded into the user’s entire window.

 

5.4 Any link or content of any kind in this Website which is not produced by SIPA itself is used with the permission of the rights owner.  SIPA is not responsible for the content of any link in its Website and users are advised not to rely on their accuracy.  SIPA will not accept any claim against it as for the accuracy of any link or any content attributed to a third party.
 

6. Virus Protection Policy
6.1 SIPA is continuously making every possible effort in order to maintain this Website free of virus.  However, it is advisable for visitors to run fully updated anti-virus programs upon entering this Website for their protection.  SIPA will never accept at any stage any responsibility for any loss, disruption or damage to visitor’s data or computer system which may occur while visiting and/or using this Website or any of its links.


7. Personal Data Policy

7.1 Visitors might opt to submit knowingly and willfully their personal data to this Website.  Visitors agree that the personal data which is being collected by SIPA under their consent can and may be used for:

§ The promotion of Foreign Direct Investment to Swaziland

§ The encouragement for further investment by existing investors in Swaziland

§ Consultation purposes to the Government of Swaziland on investment, business and entrepreneurial issues

§ Marketing and electronic newsletter purposes about SIPA

§ Sending periodically informative emails on investment issues

§ Sending periodically questionnaires that you are not oblige to answer

§ Contact you directly over the phone on issues relevant to investment, business or entrepreneurial matters

 

7.2 Visitors who wish to update their personal information should log on www.sipa.org.sz and follow the relevant instruction


7.3 Visitors who do not wish to receive any communication from SIPA as above-mentioned; they should send an email at
enquiries@sipa.org.sz stating clearly their wish not to receive any communication from SIPA.


7.4 SIPA will not disclose a visitor’s personal data unless there is express consent from the visitor authorizing SIPA to do so.

 

8. Cookies Policy
8.1 Visitors understand and agree that when they log on to SIPA’s Website, some information is stored on their computer known as cookies.  This procedure allows SIPA to effect some tailor-made changes on its Website which will make visitors’ browser faster when re-entering SIPA’s Website. 


8.2 Visitors who do not wish to have the Cookie Policy applied on their computer, should make the necessary changes using their browser instruction.
 

9. Changes to the Terms and Conditions Policy
9.1 In the event where SIPA wishes to change or amend the Terms and Conditions Policy of this Website, it will replace this page with an updated version.  Therefore, it is the visitor’s responsibility to read tactically this page in order to keep her/himself updated on SIPA’s Terms and Conditions Policy.

 

 

 

Inhlonhla

Inhlonhla

Inhilonhla is an innovative client focused investment solutions and investment advisor, which invests in specific opportunities, not asset classes. Its sphere is to build value over the medium and long term period, whilst focusing on absolute returns. Inhlonhla focuses mainly on helping Swazi Institutions to invest within Swaziland, at competitive returns benchmarked against the SADC region. The institution also provides working capital to a target company to nurture expansion, new-product development or restructuring of the company's operations, management, or ownership. For more information please visit www.inhlonhla.co.sz or call +268 2404 1314/ 2404 6330

Banks Overview

Overview

Swaziland is a small open economy in Southern Africa surrounded by South Africa and Mozambique, in which we have international banks and banking institutions belonging to Swaziland. The Central Bank of Swaziland is the bank of issue within the Kingdom's financial structure and it monitors and regulates four commercial banks and a society all striving to provide immaculate service to the country at the same time providing innovative solutions.

The Central Bank of Swaziland

 

The Central Bank of Swaziland

The bank of issue within the country's financial structure was established as the monetary authority in April 1974 under the Monetary Authority Order of that year, empowering Central Bank of Swaziland to monitor, regulate and develop Swaziland's financial infrastructure. the Central Bank of Swaziland issues the national currency, advises Government, manages the country's official reserves and deals in foreign exchange markets. the CBS also provides central clearing facilities for the commercial banks. under its Development Finance Division, the bank administers the Small Scale Enterprise Loan Guarantee and Export Credit Scheme. For more information visit www.centralbank.org.sz

 

 

Read more: The Central Bank of Swaziland

Nedbank (Swaziland) Limited

Nedbank

Nedbank

This is one of the largest commercial banks in Swaziland in terms of assets, with a moderate deposit franchise and over 89,000 clients over 10 branches and 24 ATMs. The bank focuses on using the right people (employees) and processes to deliver customized solutions to its clients while managing risk as an enabler. Services include wholesale and retail banking (personal, private and SMEs), that fall under corporate and business banking, retail and central management functions in support of frontline business. "through our people that we are able to Make Things Happen". For further information visit any Nedbank branch or go to www.nedbank.co.sz or call (+268 2408 1251)

Read more: Nedbank (Swaziland) Limited

SwaziBank

Swazi Bank

SwaziBank

SwaziBank is a Development Finance Institution (DFI) wholly owned by the Government of Swaziland. It is involved in financing sectors such as industrial, commercial, agriculture, small micro and medium enterprises (SMME's), health, tourism, transport and mining. The Bank also offers numerous banking solutions, including savings, investment and corporate accounts, premier banking, foreign exchange, and loan facilities for housing and vehicle finance. SwaziBank, whose tagline is "The Bank with a heart", is a socially responsible corporate citizen as it ploughs back into the community within which it operates through its Corporate Social Investment (CIS) programme. It also sponsors the SwaziBank Cup, SwaziBank Schools Music. Competition and donations towards initiative such as youth entrepreneurship, poverty alleviation and health care. For more information visit www.swazibank.co.sz 

Read more: SwaziBank

Standard Bank Swaziland

Standard Bank

Standard Bank

It is a member of the Standard Bank Group which has a global presence, with representation in 18 African countries and 21 other countries outside. It provides a full spectrum of financial services under the two broad-based divisions of Corporate and Investment Banking, and Personal and Business Banking. The Corporate and Investment Banking division serves a wide range of requirements for banking, finance, trading, investment, risk management and advisory services The Corporate and investment banking expertise is focused on industry sectors that are most relevant to emerging markets. It therefore has strong offerings in mining and metals, oil, gas and renewable energy, power, infrastructure, agribusiness, telecommunications, media and financial institutions. The Personal and Business Banking division offers banking and other financial services to individuals, small-to medium enterprises and commercial ventures. This unit serves the increasing need among Africa's business and individual customers for banking products that can meet their shifting expectations and growing wealth. Standard Bank's digital services portfolio now includes Mobile Banking (cell phone, internet and Smart banking, My Updates SMS alerts and Mobile Sales. For further information go to www.standardbank.co.sz

Read more: Standard Bank Swaziland

Swaziland Building Society (SBS)

SBS

Swaziland Building Society

The Swaziland Building Society has created wealth for the Swazi Nation through Housing Finance for over 50 years and is the country's major provider of long-term mortgage lending and loan finance for the purchase of land existing property and constructing affordable housing. The Society offers commercial mortgage loans to the business community to obtain and develop commercial property. More information can be obtained from www.sbs.co.sz

Read more: Swaziland Building Society (SBS)

 

 

 

SwaziBank

Swazi Bank

SwaziBank

SwaziBank is a Development Finance Institution (DFI) wholly owned by the Government of Swaziland. It is involved in financing sectors such as industrial, commercial, agriculture, small micro and medium enterprises (SMME's), health, tourism, transport and mining. The Bank also offers numerous banking solutions, including savings, investment and corporate accounts, premier banking, foreign exchange, and loan facilities for housing and vehicle finance. SwaziBank, whose tagline is "The Bank with a heart", is a socially responsible corporate citizen as it ploughs back into the community within which it operates through its Corporate Social Investment (CIS) programme. It also sponsors the SwaziBank Cup, SwaziBank Schools Music. Competition and donations towards initiative such as youth entrepreneurship, poverty alleviation and health care. For more information visit www.swazibank.co.sz 

Nedbank (Swaziland) Limited

Nedbank

Nedbank

This is one of the largest commercial banks in Swaziland in terms of assets, with a moderate deposit franchise and over 89,000 clients over 10 branches and 24 ATMs. The bank focuses on using the right people (employees) and processes to deliver customized solutions to its clients while managing risk as an enabler. Services include wholesale and retail banking (personal, private and SMEs), that fall under corporate and business banking, retail and central management functions in support of frontline business. "through our people that we are able to Make Things Happen". For further information visit any Nedbank branch or go to www.nedbank.co.sz or call (+268 2408 1251)

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