• Welcome to African Phoenix Investments Limited

About us

African Phoenix Investments Ltd is an investment holding company, with income generated through dividends received from its 100% owned subsidiary, Stangen.

The shares of African Phoenix are listed and tradeable on the JSE.
Ordinary share code: AXL and ISIN: ZAE000221370

Strategic outlook

As a publicly listed investment holding company, African Phoenix’s primary aim is to create and sustain long-term value as measured by consistent growth in net asset value, before distributions to shareholders.

Accordingly, the Board has chosen to position African Phoenix as an investment holding company, managed primarily by black South Africans who have a proven track record of deploying capital in a manner that generates long term economic value.

It is the Company’s intention to reach its long-term goal by owning meaningful equity interests in a range of diverse businesses that have either a proven track record or a proven business concept. These businesses should demonstrably generate or be able to generate cash and should earn acceptable returns in relation to the initial capital invested.

While African Phoenix is a listed company, it is able to benefit from the advantages of operating as a private equity investor without the limitations of a typical private equity structure, which usually demands an exit from investee companies within a defined period.

Investments are selected with a long-term view in mind and the intention is that they will be maintained for as long as they continue to meet the Company’s investment criteria.

Conversely, investments will be disposed of should they fall short of these criteria.

The performance of deployed capital is actively assessed against the investment criteria on an ongoing basis to make sure that African Phoenix meets its long-term objective of growing the Company’s net asset value by more than the cost of capital at portfolio level. African Phoenix will continue to use its strong balance sheet to take advantage of appropriate investment opportunities and to build shareholder value.

At subsidiary level, Stangen will continue to strengthen its distribution network and to actively seek out synergies that will enable it to secure its long-term sustainability.






African Phoenix Investments Ltd has 3 subsidiaries:



Stangen

Stangen is currently African Phoenix Investments Ltd.’s only trading subsidiary.  Having previously operated as “The Standard General Insurance Company Limited”, it began marketing itself using the shortened brand name “Stangen” in June 2017.  Stangen is a niche life insurer that provides a range of insurance products designed for individuals and community groups across the Disability, Health, and Life Insurance sectors.

Stangen's products are purposefully designed to be inclusive and promote responsible, wise financial decisions.   Stangen also has a financial services provider license.   Visit their website www.stangen.co.za or www.stangenlife.co.za for more information.

Historically Stangen sold credit life insurance to the clients of African Bank Limited.  Effective 30 June 2017, all such credit life policies have been transferred to Guardrisk Life Limited.   Stangen has however retained the retail bancassurance portfolio that wasn’t linked to unsecured loans (mainly funeral policies) and continues to service these customers directly.



Residual Debt Services Limited (In Curatorship)

Residual Debt Services Limited ('RDS') is the new name given to what was previously the 100% owned subsidiary of African Phoenix called African Bank Limited. The name was changed from African Bank Limited to RDS on 4 April 2016, when the whole African Bank Limited balance sheet was sold to a new entity which was then called New African Bank.

RDS remains as a 100% subsidiary of African Phoenix Investments Ltd , while the new African Bank was launched as a new separate entity called African Bank Limited.

RDS is currently in curatorship, managed for the benefit of creditors by Tom Winterboer, who was appointed by the Reserve Bank.

RDS has been impaired in full by African Phoenix.



Ellerines Holdings Ltd (In Business Rescue)

Ellerine Holdings Limited is a 100% owned subsidiary of African Phoenix, which commenced business rescue proceedings on August 21, 2014.

The business rescue plan was adopted on 5 June 2015. The company is still in business rescue.

Ellerines Holdings Limited has been impaired in full by African Phoenix.


Download the Memorandum of Incorporation

History

16 August 2018: Ms. Mahlatse Kabi and Ms. Reshma Mathura appointed as independent non-executive directors

  • 16 August 2018: Ms. Mahlatse Kabi and Ms. Reshma Mathura appointed as independent non-executive directors
  • 16 August 2018: Ms Carmen le Grange resigned as independent non-executive director
  • 1 July: Shafiek Rawoot appointed Chief Financial Officer of the Group
  • 1 March 2018: Siyabonga Nhlumayo (“Siya”) begins role as Chief Executive Officer of the Group
  • 22 September 2017: Mr. Sam Sithole, Ms Nonzukiso Siyotula and Mr. Oyama Andrew Mabandla appointed as non-executive directors
  • 25 August 2017: Morris Mthombeni appointed as Chairman
  • 31 July 2017: Morris Mthombeni appointed as Acting Chairman
  • 19 July 2017 AGM: Isaac Shongwe resigned as Chairman
  • 1 February 2017: Shares resume trading under the new Company name, African Phoenix Investments Ltd.
  • 14 December 2016:Enos Banda is appointed as CEO. Isaac Shongwe appointed as Chairman
  • 6 September 2016 AGM: A board predominantly made up of new members is constituted. Enos Banda appointed as Board Chairman.
  • 19 May 2016: - Adopted business plan is successfully implemented and business rescue proceedings of African Bank Investments Limited are ended. The company is as a consequence no longer distressed and can continue to operate as a going concern.
  • 19 May 2016: - Creditors receive the full payment of 100 cents in the rand to the value of R1 billion. After payment ABIL has R250 million in cash reserves and its subsidiary Stangen has reported equity of R1,1 billion as at September 2015.
  • 18 April 2016: - Requisite majority of creditors vote in favour of the business rescue plan.
  • 5 June 2015: - ABIL commences voluntary business rescue proceedings due to the demand for repayment of loans and fulfilment of guarantees issued to various financial institutions.
  • 22 August 2014: - Ellerine Holdings Limited commences business rescue proceedings
  • 11 August 2014: - ABIL shares are suspended on the JSE Ltd. Holders of ABIL equity instruments are requested to exercise caution in dealing with their securities.
  • 10 August 2014: - ABIL subsidiary African Bank Limited is placed under curatorship by governor of the Reserve Bank.
  • 7 August 2014: - Ellerines Furnishers Proprietary Ltd a wholly owned subsidiary of Ellerine Holdings Limited which in turn is a wholly owned subsidiary of ABIL commences business rescue proceedings.
  • 6 August 2014: - ABIL announces a trading update and intention to raise a minimum of R8.5 billion in capital in Tier 1 capital
  • 25 October 2013: - ABIL announces R5.5 billion rights issue
  • 2008: - ABIL acquired Ellerine Holdings Ltd ("EHL"). Credit card portfolio reaches R1 billion
  • 2003: - ABIL achieves investment grade credit rating
  • 2002: - ABIL acquires the R2,8 billion Saambou personal loans
  • 1999 - Theta Investments Group changed its name to African Bank Investments Ltd (“ABIL”), which was the holding company for African Bank Limited
  • 1998: - Acquisition of African Bank. Boland book acquired for R1,7 billion
  • 1997: - Baobab acquires controlling interest in Altfin, King and Unity. Name changed to Theta Group Ltd.



Frequently asked questions re the listing and trading of African Phoenix shares on the JSE Ltd

1. What does the lifting of the suspension and listing of African Phoenix shares mean for ABIL shareholders?
From 1 February 2017, African Bank Investments Ltd will be tradable on the JSE Ltd as African Phoenix Investments Ltd. Current ABIL shareholders will own shares in African Phoenix Investments Ltd. Ordinary shareholders and preference shareholders will receive African Phoenix shares on a 1:1 ratio.



Dematerialised shareholders need not take any action with regards to the change of name as their accounts at the CSDP or broker will be automatically updated with the change of name.

For certificated shareholders, it is strongly recommended that they take this opportunity to dematerialise their shares. To do this, shareholders should approach a CSD Participant or their banker or broker as soon as possible to arrange for the dematerialisation of their shares.

Alternatively, certificated shareholders are referred to the “Procedure for surrendering existing documents of title”paragraph set out under Special Resolution Number 6 in the African Bank Investments Ltd 2016 Notice of Annual General Meeting (available here: http://www.abil.co.za/reports.php) which sets out the process required in order for certificated shareholders to surrender their existing ABIL share certificates and obtain new African Phoenix share certificates.



There is no dilution on the exchange from ABIL to African Phoenix Investments Ltd. Shares are converted at a 1:1 ratio. This is merely a name change from African Bank Investments Limited to African Phoenix Investments Limited.



The company’s name change was necessitated by the company’s divestment from the banking sector, which requires that the word “bank” be removed from the company name as per section 27 of the banks Act, 1990 (Act 94 of 1990). The name change does not however, change the company’s operating structure.



African Phoenix owns 100% of Stangen, which is the Company's only trading subsidiary.

The company is still invested in Residual Debt Services Ltd ("RDS") which is still in curatorship and Ellerine Holdings Ltd (in business rescue). Both of these investments were impaired in full in previous financial periods.



The price at which the shares will trade will depend on the offers and the bids on the market and the price at which these trades match.   Only on the morning of Wednesday, 1 February 2017 before the market opens will one be able to see what the offers and bids are.



There is no prospectus. The suspension of the ABIL shares has been lifted and trading on the JSE Ltd will recommence as African Phoenix Investments Ltd from 1 February 2017. These are not new shares but are the original ABIL shares that are now known as African Phoenix Investments Ltd.



There are currently 1,427,005,272 ordinary shares in issue
 and 13,523,029 preference shares in issue, which will be the same the number of shares that will be issue under African Phoenix Investments Ltd.



The Main Board of the JSE Ltd.



Board of directors





Non-executive directors

Alethea Conrad
(Chairperson)
BA, LLB, Management Advancement Programme (Wits Business School), International Executive Development Programme (Wits Business School and London Business School)

Lea has held directorships on the boards of listed, public and private companies since 1999. Lea previously served on the board of Oceana Group Limited ("Oceana") as an executive director, as well as on a number of its board committees. Lea has extensive experience in serving on the boards of JSE-listed companies and is well skilled in scenario planning on future policies, strategy development and implementation as well as developing governance frameworks. Whilst serving on the board of Oceana, Lea led the process to ensure that Oceana's inclusion on the JSE's Socially Responsible Investment Index was retained for 10 consecutive years. Lea also created and established the Oceana Empowerment Trust in 2006, through which more than 2 600 Black employees now own 13.8 million shares in the Oceana group. A group-wide transformation strategy was developed and successfully implemented by Lea, achieving recognition for Oceana to be ranked as the most empowered listed company in South Africa for a period of two consecutive years (2014 and 2015).

Lea has been appointed as an independent non-executive director, chairperson of the board, chairperson of the remuneration, nomination, transformation, social and ethics committee and as a member of the audit and risk committee.

Thiru Pather (“Thiru”)
(Independent Non-Executive director)
Thiru has over 13 years’ experience in the finance and investments industry. She is a member of the South African Venture Capital and Private Equity Association transformation subcommittee with specific involvement in the development and implementation of a Fund Manager training programme for emerging Fund Managers.

She is currently a Principal at the SA SME Fund which was established by members of the CEO Initiative – a collaboration between the South African government, business and labour to address some of the most pressing challenges to the country’s economic growth. This role includes responsibility for day to day investment activities including due diligences and monitoring and reporting of investment performance.

Prior to joining the SME Fund, Thiru spent just over 7 years at the Public Investment Corporation (“PIC”), where her role included strategy development and all aspects of investment execution – deal origination, transaction structuring, due diligence, valuations, strategic oversight, divestitures, performance monitoring and reporting.

Thiru is a Chartered Accountant by profession and completed her articles with Deloitte. Thiru also gained valuable technical skills and experience in her role as a manager at PWC Corporate Finance.

Reshma Mathura
(Independent Non-Executive director)
CA(SA), BCom (Honours,) PGD and MBA.

Reshma has over 18 years' experience in financial management. She is the executive director of finance at Unisa, where her responsibilities cover all aspects of financial management including financial planning, asset management, governance and compliance as well as financial reporting. Reshma recently completed her Masters in Business Administration from GIBS, after having qualified as a chartered accountant in 2004. Prior to joining Unisa, Reshma served as the chief financial officer for the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications for more than four years. Reshma also gained experience as a senior manager at the Road Accident Fund and director for financial control services at the Department of Defence and the SA Police Services.

Reshma has been appointed as an independent non-executive director and as a member and chairperson of the audit and risk committee.

Alton Solomons (“Alton”)
(Independent non-executive director)
CA(SA), CFA

Alton has over 18 years’ experience in the investments industry, primarily in Private Equity.

Before that, Alton served as the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) of Sanlam Private Equity (SPE) for seven years. Prior to that he was an Investment Principal and then partner with SPE. Alton’s responsibilities covered all aspects of the investment cycle including origination, structuring, valuations, maintenance and investment exits. His experience on concluding investment transactions covers all industries, sectors and investment sizes. Prior to joining SPE, Alton spent three years at the Industrial Development Corporation

He is currently a non-executive director at Ademia Capital Proprietary Limited, Coidlink Proprietary Limited and Play Africa Group NOC.

Alton is a member of the Audit and Risk committee


Executive director

Mr Oyama Mabandla
(Executive Director)
BA (Political Science) (University of California) and Juris Doctorate (Columbia University School of Law)

Oyama joined the Johannesburg Bar as a practising advocate in January 1999 after working as an investment banker for the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS). He was then headhunted by South African Airways as general counsel, later becoming the Deputy CEO of the airline. He has held various positions during his career, including board chairperson at both Vodacom Group Limited and Consol Glass Proprietary Limited; director of Group Five Limited and Mvela Group Limited; and as a member of the JP Morgan African Advisory Board.

Oyama has been appointed as an executive director.


Memorandum of Incorporation


Investor relations

Shareholder information


(JSE shares resumed trading under new company name African Phoenix Investments Ltd on the 1 February 2017)

African Phoenix Investments Ltd is incorporated in the Republic of South Africa 
(Registration number: 1946/021193/06)
Ordinary share code: AXL and ISIN: ZAE000221370 

1,427,005,272 ordinary shares in issue
   13,523,029 preference shares in issues

Corporate governance

Ethical Leadership and Corporate Citizenship

The Board and senior management are committed to the highest standards of corporate governance and strive for the highest moral and ethical business standards, as well as sound and transparent business practices. Phoenix embraces the principles of good corporate governance to ensure that an ethical foundation exists that promotes, inter alia:

  • Responsibility – by assuming responsibility for the actions of the Company and being willing to take corrective actions to keep the Company on a strategic path that is ethical and sustainable;
  • Accountability – by being able to justify its actions and decisions to shareholders and other stakeholders;
  • Fairness – by giving fair consideration to the legitimate interests and expectations of all stakeholders; and
  • Transparency – by disclosing information in a manner that enables stakeholders to make an informed analysis of the Company’s performance and sustainability.

B-BBEE Certificate

B-BBEE Annual Compliance Report



Announcements
  16th August 2019 - Change to the Board  (225.2k)
  7th August 2019 - Dealings In Securities By An Associate Of A Director And Disclosure Of Beneficial Interest In Securities  (116.8k)
  7th August 2019 - Change to board of directors- resignation of director  (108.4k)
  2nd August 2019 - Appraisal rights update- Notice of motion to oppose  (61.2k)
  24th July 2019 - Appraisal Rights update  (188.1k)
  24th July 2019 - Disclosure of beneficial interest in securities  (291.2k)
  16th July 2019 - Availability of B-BBEE Annual Compliance Report  (104.4k)
  28th June 2019 - African Phoenix disposes of Stangen  (70.2k)
  12th June 2019 - Changes to board of directors  (86.7k)
  7th June 2019 - Scheme repurchase finalisation announcement and timetable  (71k)
  5th June 2019 - Further update on the proposed transactions – Scheme repurchase court approval  (89.4k)
  4th June 2019 - Reviewed Condensed Consolidated Interim Financial Statements for six months ended 31 March 2019  (3m)
  29th May 2019 - African Phoenix appoints Thiru Pather to the board  (83.2k)
  9th May 2019 - Establishment of the API Capital Fund  (103.8k)
  5th April 2019 - Further update on proposed transactions  (19.3k)
  4th April 2019 - Further update on the proposed transactions  (19.8k)
  4th April 2019 - Notice of motion  (25.5k)
  29th March 2019 - Update on proposed transactions  (71.7k)
  26th March 2019 - Update on the proposed transactions and changes to the board of directors  (130.3k)
  20th March 2019 - Results of AGM  (119.9k)
  20th March 2019 - Results of General Meeting  (83k)
  19th March 2019 - Dealings in securities by an associate of a director  (107.8k)
  15th March 2019 - Electronic participation at meetings of shareholders and supplementary frequently asked questionsQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS  (17.4k)
  14th March 2019 - Dealings in securities by an associate of a director  (110.6k)
  4th March 2019 - Dealings in securities by an associate of a director  (287.2k)
  27th February 2019 - Dealings in securities by an associate of a director  (63.5k)
  22nd February 2019 - Dealings in securities by an associate of a director  (88.8k)
  22nd February 2019 - Disclosure of beneficial interest in securities  (79.4k)
  18th February 2019 - SENS Proposed transactions to preference and ordinary shareholders  (442.5k)
  18th February 2019 - AGM Notice  (2m)
  31st January 2019 - Update regarding Annual General Meeting  (147.8k)
  18th January 2019 - Renewal of cautionary  (145.8k)
Announcements
  4th December 2018 - Change of audit firm  (78.8k)
  3rd December 2018 - Renewal of cautionary  (74.8k)
  29th November 2018 - Condensed Audited Consolidated Financial Results for the year ended 30 September 2018  (200.2k)
  29th November 2018 - African Phoenix Trading Statement  (13.8k)
  22nd October 2018 - Renewal of cautionary  (145k)
  17th October 2018 - Results of AGM  (179k)
  7th September 2018 - African Phoenix voluntary transaction and cautionary announcement  (38.8k)
  16th August 2018 - African Phoenix changes to the board  (462.2k)
  6th July 2018 - Withdrawal of notice and rescheduling of annual general meeting  (11.8k)
  27th June 2018 - Reviewed condensed consolidated financial results for six month period ended 31 March 2018  (183.3k)
  18th June 2018 - Resignation of non-executive director  (250.5k)
  14th June 2018 - African Phoenix Trading Statement  (108.2k)
  29th May 2018 - APIL appoints Shafiek Rawoot as Finance Director  (252.4k)
  26th April 2018 - Notice of AGM  (13.8k)
  28th March 2018 - Notification in Terms of Section 122(3) of the Companies Act and Paragraph 3.83(b) of the JSE Listings Requirements  (146.7k)
  2nd March 2018 - Conclusion of Financial Director's tenure  (183.4k)
  1st February 2018 - APIL appoints Siyabonga Nhlumayo as CEO  (253.3k)
  31st January 2018 - Release of 2017 Integrated annual report and no change statement  (11.3k)
  16th January 2018 - Resignation of director  (249.7k)
Announcements
  8th December 2017 - Condensed audited consolidated financial results for the year ended 30 September 2017  (292.5k)
  1st December 2017 - End of CEO tenure  (181.3k)
  24th October 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (149.2k)
  22nd September 2017 - African Phoenix appointment of non-executive directors  (193k)
  20th September 2017 - African Phoenix trading statement  (249.7k)
  25th August 2017 - Morris Mthombeni appointed as Chairman of the Board  (105.4k)
  31st July 2017 - African Phoenix appoints Morris Mthombeni as Acting Chairman  (107k)
  24th July 2017 - Dealings in securities by a director  (150.4k)
  19th July 2017 - Results of African Phoenix AGM  (194.3k)
  19th July 2017 - Resignation of directors  (229.5k)
  27th June 2017 - Modification of notice to annual general meeting  (263.3k)
  23rd June 2017 - African Phoenix reviewed condensed consolidated financial results for the 6 month period ended 31 March 2017  (297.7k)
  14th June 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest of preference shares  (153.8k)
  14th June 2017 - African Phoenix further trading statement  (146.8k)
  12th June 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.8k)
  6th June 2017 - Notification in terms of Section 122(3) of Companies Act  (155.1k)
  12th April 2017 - African Phoenix withdraws cautionary  (108.4k)
  6th April 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.9k)
  29th March 2017 - African Phoenix appoints two new directors  (192.5k)
  14th March 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.8k)
  14th March 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.8k)
  7th March 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.8k)
  7th March 2017 - African Phoenix issues cautionary announcement  (108.8k)
  3rd March 2017 - Update on run-down credit life portfolio of Stangen  (249.2k)
  24th February 2017 - African Phoenix notice of disposal of beneficial interest  (153.3k)
  17th February 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.9k)
  16th February 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.8k)
  14th February 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.7k)
  6th February 2017 - African Phoenix notice of disposal of beneficial interest  (112.8k)
  6th February 2017 - African Phoenix notice of acquisition of beneficial interest  (153.3k)
  31st January 2017 - ABIL trading statement  (155.6k)
  24th January 2017 - Finalisation announcement in respect of the name change  (252.9k)
  3rd January 2017 - ABIL quarterly update for 31 December 2016  (384.8k)
Announcements
  21st December 2016 - Condensed Audited Financial Results for the Year Ended 30 September 2016  (510k)
  15th December 2016 - Change in function of directors  (11.3k)
  31st October 2016 - ABIL Change in function of director  (175.7k)
  3rd October 2016 - ABIL quarterly update  (348.6k)
  3rd October 2016 - ABIL changes to the board - Appointment and change in function  (199.6k)
  23rd September 2016 - ABIL name change update announcement  (119.6k)
  21st September 2016 - ABIL appointment of directors  (186.8k)
  7th September 2016 - ABIL change to the Board  (200.7k)
  6th September 2016 - ABIL results of annual general meeting  (185.6k)
  18th August 2016 - ABIL Name change announcement  (130.9k)
  12th August 2016 - ABIL corrective announcement March 2016 interim results  (196.5k)
  8th August 2016 - ABIL Notice of AGM  (16.3k)
  25th July 2016 - ABIL agreement with BEE companies  (165.1k)
  30th June 2016 - Consolidated reviewed financial results for period ended 31 March 2016  (388.3k)
  25th May 2016 - Succesful implementation and termination of business rescue proceedings  (36k)
  22nd April 2016 - Condensed audited financial results for the six month period ended 31 March 2015  (24k)
  22nd April 2016 - Condensed audited financial results for the year ended 30 September 2015  (23.5k)
  22nd April 2016 - Condensed audited financial results for the year ended 30 September 2014  (26.9k)
  16th April 2016 - ABIL creditors meeting  (21.3k)
  12th April 2016 - ABIL creditors meeting  (21.3k)
  14th March 2016 - ABIL creditors meeting  (21.2k)
  29th February 2016 - ABIL creditors meeting  (78.8k)
  24th February 2016 - Publication of Business Rescue Plan  (68.1k)
Announcements
  19th November 2015 - ABIL creditors meeting  (80.3k)
  9th September 2015 - Disposal of Stangen  (42.6k)
  31st August 2015 - Change of sponsor  (31.9k)
  6th August 2015 - Quarterly operational update for the third quarter ended 30 June 2014, changes to the board, trading statement and cautionary announcement  (26.5k)
  3rd August 2015 - Resignation of company secretary  (40.5k)
  16th July 2015 - Publication of The Standard General Insurance Company Limited (“Stangen”) annual financial statements for the year ended 30 September 2014 and the interim financial statements for the six months ended 31 March 2015  (52.1k)
  14th July 2015 - Further cautionary announcement: Sale of the entire issued equity held in the Standard General Insurance Company Limited (“Stangen”)  (38.9k)
  30th June 2015 - Quarterly update in terms of Section 1.10(c) of the JSE Listings Requirements  (43.7k)
  30th June 2015 - Cautionary announcement: Offer received for the sale of the entire issued equity held in the Standard General Insurance Company Limited (“Stangen”)  (46.9k)
  11th June 2015 - Publication of African Bank Investments Limited Results  (39.3k)
  5th June 2015 - ABIL voluntary commencement of Business Rescue  (72.7k)
  16th April 2015 - Further cautionary announcement and continued suspension of all debt securities of the Bank and equity securities of ABIL  (46.6k)
  31st March 2015 - Unaudited interim results and Preference Cash dividend declaration for the six months ended 31 March 2014  (375.7k)
  27th January 2015 - Further cautionary announcement and continued suspension of all debt securities of the Bank and equity securities of ABIL  (46.2k)


News


Results & reports


Presentations


In the media


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Preference share repurchases and BFM transactions

Notification of relief sought in terms of section 115(5)(a) of the Companies Act 71 of 2008


African Phoenix combined circular to shareholders


African Phoenix investor presentation: Circular to shareholders


Supplementary Frequently asked questions: Circular to shareholders


Teleconference recording of Proposed transactions


AGM Notice

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African Phoenix Investments Ltd
Tel: +27 010 595 4983
Registered office
3rd Floor Global House, 28 Sturdee Avenue, Rosebank, South Africa 2196
Private Bag X31, Northlands, South Africa 2116

Designated advisor/ Sponsor
Merchantec Capital (Pty) Ltd
Tel: +27 11 325 6363
merchantecsponsor@merchantec.com

Public and investor relations
Vestor Media and Investor Relations
Louise Brugman
Tel: +27 11 787 3015 / 27 83 504 1186
louise@vestor.co.za or investor@phoenixinvestments.co.za

Company Secretary
Acorim
Amy Parker
13th Floor
Illovo Point
68 Melville Road
Illovo
Sandton 2196
apil@acorim.co.za

Independent external auditor
BDO South Africa Incorporated
(Partnership practice number 905526)
Wanderers Office Park
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Illovo 2196
(Private Bag X60500, Houghton, 2041)

Share registrars
Link Market Services South Africa (Pty) Limited(Registration number 2000/007239/07)

Tel: +27 11 713 0828

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PO Box 4844, Johannesburg, 2000, South Africa

Investorservices@linkmarketservices.co.za

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