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doing business guide

South Africa

doing business guide

Alexandra | pro bono

office number 1
Sankopano Centre
corner 12th Avenue and Reverend Sam Buti street
2090
Alexandra

tel: +27 11 269 7600 / +27 11 555 0980

email: info@ENSafrica.com

Cape Town office

1 North Wharf Square
Loop Street
Foreshore
Cape Town
Docex address
Docex 14
Cape Town

po box 2293
Cape Town
8000
tel: +27 21 410 2500

email: infoCPT@ENSafrica.com

Durban office

1 Richefond Circle
Ridgeside Office Park
Umhlanga
4320
Durban
Docex address
Docex 161
Durban

po box 3052
Durban
4000
tel: +27 31 536 8600

email: infoDUR@ENSafrica.com

Johannesburg office

The MARC | Tower 1
129 Rivonia Road
Sandton
Johannesburg
2196
Docex address
Docex 152
Randburg

po box 783347
Sandton
2146
tel: +27 11 269 7600

email: infoJNB@ENSafrica.com

Mitchells Plain | pro bono

1 Naboom Street
Eastridge
Mitchells Plain
7785
Western Cape

tel: +27 21 397 4241

email: info@ENSafrica.com

Stellenbosch office

La Gratitude
97 Dorp Street
Stellenbosch
7599
Western Cape
Docex address
Docex 43
Stellenbosch

po box 940
Stellenbosch
Western Cape
7599
tel: +27 21 808 6620

email: infoSTB@ENSafrica.com

 

experience

ZAR35-billion
acquisition by the Vodacom Group of a 34.94% stake in East African telecommunications operator Safaricom. This deal won the 2017 DealMakers Deal of the Year Award.
USD1.05-billion
acquisition by Sanlam Emerging Markets (Ireland), via a subsidiary joint venture with insurer Santam, of Moroccan financial services holding company Saham S.A. and Saham Finances S.A., which operates in 33 countries across Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
ZAR38.8-billion
restructure of the Distell Group’s multi-tiered ownership and Capevin’s interest in Distell.
ZAR21-billion
broad-based black economic empowerment ownership scheme by Sasol and Sasol South Africa.
USD300-million
disposal of South African assets by AngloGold Ashanti to Coreland Property Investment Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Harmony Gold Mining Company.
USD2.5-billion
acquisition of the Stillwater Mining Company in the United States of America by South Africa’s Sibanye Gold, transforming it into a global mining giant. This deal won the 2016 DealMakers Deal of the Year Award.
ZAR52-billion
divestment of Absa from Barclays by Barclays Bank plc, involving Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, the United Kingdom and Zambia.
ZAR22-billion
recovery of money owed by the Steinhoff Group within five months for Absa Bank, China Construction Bank, Citibank South Africa, Depfin Investments, HSBC Bank South Africa, Investec Bank, iNguza Investments, Nedbank, Old Mutual, Rand Merchant Bank, Rapvest, Standard Bank of South Africa and Standard Chartered Bank.
ZAR11.9-billion
disposal of Unilever South Africa’s margarine and spreads business in Southern Africa to Remgro’s nominee entity, KKR.
Acquisition
by Investec Asset Management and RMB Ventures Seven of 72% of shares in Kamoso Distribution which were owned by Standard Chartered Private Equity and Development Capital Partners. This deal was shortlisted for the 2017 Dealmakers Private Equity Deal of the Year Award.