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Current Investment Projects

Azura Power West Africa Limited (APWAL)

Harith General Partners, an infrastructure fund manager based in South Africa, has invested in the development…

Azura Power West Africa Limited (APWAL)

The project has been championed by Azura Power West Africa Limited (APWAL), a power company that develops,…

AES Sonel

One of the only privatised Electric utilities in Africa. 50,000 additional connections per year on average…

Konan Bédié (“HKB”) Bridge)

Harith in conjuction with Bouygues Construction (“Bouygues”), a French construction company (one…

Bongwe

Bongwe is invested in the new Southern African Development Community (SADC) head office in Gaborone,…

Seawolf

Seawolf was established in April 2007 as an indigeous offshore drilling contractor in Nigeria

TAV, Tunisie

TAV Airports is an airport concession operating company in Tunisia.

MainOne

MainOne is a communications services company providing open access wholesale, international connectivity…

Aldwych

Aldwych was established in 2004, for the purpose of developing, owning and operating power generation,…

Dark Fibre Africa (DFA)

Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) was established to build a carrier neutral, dark fibre infrastructure for the…

Essar, Kenya (yuMobile)

Essar Telecom Kenya is Kenya’s fourth mobile cellular network under the brand “yuMobile” launched…

“The regeneration of Africa is real. It is to be seen in conflict resolution initiatives on the continent. It is to be seen in the spread of democratic states on the continent. It is to be seen in the steady recovery of economies on the continent. It needs to be matched ever more and more by investment into the continent and the increase of trade with the continent. Africa needs to see, more and more, the fruits of a globalised world of free trade and commerce.” Nelson Mandela March 24 2004