Pembani’s merger with Shanduka forms $730mln group

Pembani Group and Shanduka have completed their merger transaction and submitted the necessary regulatory filings to “create a black-controlled pan-African investment holdings group.” The new group will have a portfolio of holdings valued at approximately $730 million, and aims to play “a leading role in in the natural resources, infrastructure and industrial sectors.”

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