Harith partners with Anergi to establish the Pan-African Renewable Energy Fund

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South Africa / Energy


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News and insights

27 July 2022
Africa’s facing the worst of the climate crisis, but her people have stepped up with solutions. Nothing can top the resilience of Africa’s people; in the face of adversity, Africa responds with boundless creativity designed to benefit an entire region, or better, the entire continent. This is true of many situations — but for right now, we’re going to look at how it rings true for the continent’s battle against climate change.
20 June 2022
Harith General Partners, one of the largest investors in Africa’s infrastructure, and Anergi Group, a leading African power provider, have partnered to establish the Pan-African Renewable Energy Fund (PAREF) to accelerate renewable energy adoption across Africa. The $300 million fund will be key to bridging the energy access gap across the continent, while contributing to the just transition of energy by accelerating Africa’s move to low-carbon economies in a socially responsible manner.
12 May 2022
The Takatso Consortium welcomes finance minister Enoch Godongwana’s recent public support for the Consortium’s acquisition of a 51% interest in SAA – signalling a firm commitment from Government to conclude the transaction. Takatso shares Government’s view that the transaction will be an eminent example of a public / private partnership in one of South Africa’s most important sectors.
5 April 2022
Harith, one of the largest and leading investors in African infrastructure, has successfully concluded the disposal of its stake in MainOne, West Africa’s largest communications services operator, to Equinix (Nasdaq: EQIX), the world’s largest digital infrastructure company, following the achievement of all regulatory approvals.