Harith leadership speaks on the future of investment in Africa

Harith CEO Sipho Makhubela and his leadership team share their vision for infrastructure investments in Africa in the context of a rapidly evolving world – precipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the global economy. 

In this thought leadership series, the Harith leadership team share their thoughts on why they still believe in the “African growth story” – having pioneered the deployment of African capital to build African infrastructure 15 years ago – believing passionately in the transformative qualities of the infrastructure asset class to transform societies and propel Africa onto a higher growth and development trajectory. 

“America was not discovered but built. The same can achieved for Africa.” – Tshepo Mahloele, co-founder and former CEO. 

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