Harith welcomes the PIC Commission’s finding of no corruption on behalf of Harith or its executives

Harith welcomes the PIC Commission’s finding of no corruption on behalf of Harith or its executives.  

Harith General Partners (“Harith” or “the Company”) notes the release of the report relating to the outcome of the PIC Inquiry.  

Harith welcomes the findings by the Commission that there was no corruption on behalf of Harith or its executives, as falsely alleged by Mr Bantu Holomisa.  

As recommended by the Commission, the Company is looking forward to engaging with the PIC and the GEPF to ascertain whether the fees charged were market related or reasonable. 

The release of the report brings to a close a period of uncertainty for the Company and its stakeholders following baseless allegations made against the Company. 

As one of the largest investors in African infrastructure, Harith is a private venture that conducts its business to the highest corporate standards. 

For more information, please contact:

Khaya Buthelezi (Business Development and Stakeholder Management)
Email Khaya Buthelezi (Recommended), or you can call 011 384 4000.

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