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HAFR - Home Afrika Limited

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Home Afrika Limited is Kenya's only publicly traded property developer. Home Afrika plans to expand into six African countries starting from 2014. The company will construct homes in Tanzania, Rwanda, Angola, Zimbabwe, Nigeria and Ghana. The new markets will be covered by regional offices in Nairobi, Johannesburg and Abuja, Karuri.

Home Afrika Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE). Home Afrika is traded on the NSE under the ticker symbol “HAFR”. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of NSE:HAFR is KE2000007258. Home Afrika Limited is currently the 60th most valuable stock on the NSE with a market capitalization of KES 130 million, which is about 0.0066% of the Nairobi Securities Exchange equity market.

HAFR0.32 ▾ 0.03 (8.57%)
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Last Trading Results
Opening Price
Day’s Low Price0.32
Day’s High Price0.35
Traded Volume77,200
Number of Deals11
Gross Turnover25,959.00
Growth & Valuation
Earnings Per Share-0.68
Price/Earning Ratio-0.47
Dividend Per Share
Dividend Yield
Shares Outstanding405M
Market Capitalization130M
Monetary values are quoted in Kenyan Shilling (KES) unless otherwise stated

HAFR Stock Market Performance


The current share price of Home Afrika Limited (HAFR) is KES 0.32. HAFR closed its last trading day (Thursday, December 8, 2022) at 0.32 KES per share on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE), recording an 8.6% drop from its previous closing price of 0.35 KES. Home Afrika began the year with a share price of 0.40 KES but has since lost 20% off that price valuation, ranking it 44th on the NSE in terms of year-to-date performance. Shareholders’ worries are compounded by the fact that HAFR has lost 9% of the stock’s value from November 10th to date.

Home Afrika is the 14th most traded stock on the Nairobi Securities Exchange over the past three months (Sep 8 - Dec 8, 2022). HAFR has traded a total volume of 6.04 million shares—in 934 deals—valued at KES 2.15 million over the period, with an average of 95,814 traded shares per session. A volume high of 800,000 was achieved on September 19th, and a low of 400 on November 7th, for the same period. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Home Afrika on the Nairobi Securities Exchange.


Profile of Home Afrika Limited

Home Afrika Limited operates in the Financials sector.

Factsheet of Home Afrika Limited

Morningside Office Park, Ngong Road, P.O. Box 6254-00100, Nairobi, Kenya

HAFR Industrial Market Competitors

Home Afrika Limited, issuers of the HAFR stock on the Nairobi Securities Exchange, have a number of market competitors who are also engaged in the Financials sector. The table below presents an overview of the market standing of the top 10 by year-to-date performance.

CodeNameM. Cap.CloseYTD
NCBANCBA Group Plc59.2B35.95+42.7%
GLDAbsa NewGold ETF535M2,140.00+13.8%
SCBKStandard Chartered Bank Limited54.9B145.25+13.3%
SBICStanbic Holdings Limited38.5B97.50+11.8%
BKGBK Group Plc28.5B31.80+9.66%
ABSAAbsa Bank Kenya Plc65.2B12.00+1.27%
KURVKurwitu Ventures Limited153M1,500.00
COOPCo-operative Bank of Kenya Limited72.2B12.30-5.02%
EQTYEquity Group Holdings Limited170B45.00-14.7%
CICCIC Insurance Group Limited4.92B1.88-14.9%

Index of African Stock Exchanges:

  1. Botswana Stock Exchange
  2. BRVM Stock Exchange
  3. Ghana Stock Exchange
  4. Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  5. Lusaka Securities Exchange
  6. Malawi Stock Exchange
  7. Nairobi Securities Exchange
  8. Nigerian Stock Exchange
  9. Uganda Securities Exchange
  10. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange


  1. Benard MulwaBenard Mulwa
    Mar 2, 2022 09:25 GMT

    how can i recover my MSC company?

    Mar 25, 2021 10:37 GMT


  3. John M. GJohn M. G
    Feb 5, 2020 16:24 GMT

    What does the volume of shares traded on Home Africa for past days indicate

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Feb 5, 2020 21:06 GMT

      I wouldn't be too quick to say an acquisition is in the offing but Home Afrika's performance has been poor in recent times so, at least, someone is taking advantage to beef up their stake.

      With the company facing serious capitalization issues, revenues plunging, and losses increasing, it's hard to see a turnaround without significant fresh capital injection. The real estate industry is one that I've always thought isn't as profitable as it's cut out to be, especially when dealing in low-level to mid-sized housing.

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