Mediterrania Capital Partners, a regional private equity firm focusing on growth investments for companies in North African and Sub-Saharan countries, has become a signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI).
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South Africa’s venture capital ecosystem is evolving, with more fund managers entering the industry and growing investor interest in the asset class, according to Tanya van Lill, CEO of the Southern African Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (SAVCA).
Cupric Canyon Capital's wholly owned subsidiary, Khoemacau Copper Mining (KCM), has entered into a $50m term loan facility agreement with Red Kite Mine Finance to provide funding for Khoemacau copper-silver project in Botswana.
Development Partners International (DPI) has become a signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI), the world's leading advocate of responsible investment.
The shareholders of the Sindila hydropower project have announced that the 5.25MW run of river project achieved financial close on January 30, 2017 and has commenced construction.
The South African M&A market is predicted to grow by 66% in the next two years, according to the Global Transactions Forecast issued by Baker McKenzie in association with Oxford Economics.
Impact investing is increasingly becoming an effective driver of socio-economic development in South Africa, particularly in the education space, Africa Global Funds has learned.
While almost half of global endowments and foundations are planing to increase their private equity exposure in 2017, institutions in Southern Africa are still lagging behind their peers, Africa Global Funds has learned.
One of the most underutilised opportunities to drive economic growth in South Africa is through the investment of private equity, according to Paul Boynton, CEO of Old Mutual Alternative Investments.
Nigeria has the capability to become one of the most significant leaders in Africa’s financial technology innovation, according to Irrational Innovations, a venture capital fund focused on fintech in Africa.
Taaleri, a Finnish private equity fund and financial services group, has announced plans to invest Sh10bn ($98m) in East and South African real estate projects, Business Daily reported.
Village Capital has partnered with Schooner Africa Fund to launch the Africa Investment Marketplace that will invest between $100k and $500k in early stage agritech startups in East Africa.
Following the $2.2m investment put up by Proparco and I&P in August 2016, Enko Education has opened its first international school in South Africa - Enko Ferndale International School.
Private equity investment in African infrastructure has been an emerging theme over the past decade, according to Erika van der Merwe, CEO of the Southern African Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (SAVCA).