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Investment Activities

Vunani has a broad investment mandate to acquire equity stakes in both listed and unlisted companies, principally as an active BEE partner. Vunani has over 10 years' experience in BEE investments, and played a strategic and an active role in assisting investee companies to expand and grow their operations. Vunani is represented on the board of directors of its investee companies to provide strategic direction. As a an investor, Vunani is in an unique position to offer a range of skills and services to investee companies including: property development, stockbroking and economic analysis, debt structuring, M&A and related advisory services, capital raising (both equity and debt), retirement fund and investment consultancy and offer strong relationships with both the public and private sectors

Vunani is able to structure BEE transactions to ensure sustainable value add. Thus, Vunani works closely with senior executives at investee companies to ensure the strategic objectives of the company and its BEE partners are aligned with those of the business.

With its broad range of corporate finance and investment skills, Vunani has successfully participated in a wide range of corporate advisory and investment banking deals since 1998.

workforce The company is an investment holding company. Its subsidiaries carry on the business of staff outsourcing, recruitment and specialist staffing and HR support services
For more information see www.workforce.co.za
BSI The BSI group of companies operates in the steel and associated industries with strategically located operations in South Africa, Mauritius, DRC and Zambia to service the southern African markets

Visit www.bsisteel.co.za for further information

BlackWattle Mining at the present Black Wattle Colliery site started
in the late 1980s.
  • Black Wattle was formed in 1994, and at the time had a reserve life of 6 years.
  • Additional reserves were acquired from BHP Billiton and Xstrata, which extended the life of the mine.
  • Black Wattle achieved BEE status in 1999.
  • The Mine employs over 450 people, mostly from the Emalahleni/ Steve Tshwete Municipal area