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AFC and Harith merge assets to bring power to Africa

​- New joint venture has over 1,575 MW combined gross operational and under-construction capacity, and supplies power to over 30 million people -

- US$3.3billion capital value portfolio of assets, including landmark projects Kpone Independent Power Project in Ghana, Azura Edo in Nigeria and Lake Turkana Wind Power in Kenya –

Harith General Partners has invested in NOVO Energy

Sandton: ​Harith General Partners has invested in NOVO Energy, a power and technology company that specialises in supplying alternative fuel technologies and services in Africa. Harith, the South African based fund manager, purchased a significant shareholding at NOVO Energy through its US$435m second Pan African Infrastructure Development Fund (PAIDF2). 

2015 ABSIP Financial Services Sector Award Finalist

​On behalf of Association of Black securities and Investment Professionals (“Absip”), It gives me great pleasure to congratulate Harith General Partners on being selected as one of the finalists for the 2015 ABSIP Financial Services Sector Awards under the Categories COMPANY WITH DEVELOPMENTAL IMPACT IN THE COUNTRY & PROJECT FINANCIER OF THE YEAR. 

Greenstone Equity Partners and Harith to collaborate on raising capital

Greenstone Equity Partners and Harith to collaborate on raising capital from GCC region for infrastructure projects in Africa 

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, September 2015 – Greenstone Equity Partners, one of the largest independent fund placement firms in the Middle East, announced its collaboration with South African-based Harith to raise capital from GCC region and direct it to the development of infrastructure projects in Africa. 

Harith General Partners responds to Business Day article

​Sandton - Harith General Partners wishes to respond as follows to the allegations published in the front page of the Business Day on Wednesday 20th January 2016 in the article titled: “Holomisa claims PIC funded ANC in complaint to Public Protector"

US $870m Financing Agreements Get Signed as Biggest Clean Power Energy Project in Africa
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, March 24, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Lake Turkana Wind Power Project meant to add an existing 300MW of reliable, low cost wind energy to the national grid of Kenya reached a critical milestone following the signing of the financial agreements in Nairobi, Kenya.

Bloomberg Philanthropies / Google 'Hangout' @ the US-Africa Business Forum

Africa 360 | Infrastructure development in Africa

Harith Dialogue 2012 Part 1


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