Shanduka Group was founded in 2001 as a black-owned investment holding company. It is invested in a diverse portfolio of listed and unlisted companies, with key holdings in the resources, food and beverage industries. Shanduka is also invested in the financial services, energy, telecoms, property and industrial sectors. The group has investments in South Africa, Mozambique, Mauritius, Ghana and Nigeria.

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Annual Report 2013

South African Corporate Powerhouse Phuti Mahanyele Wins ForbesWoman Africa 2014 Business Woman

Phuti Malabie is the CEO of Shanduka, a black-owned and managed investment company started by businessman Cyril Ramaphosa. The Wall Street Journal named Malabie one of its TOP 50 Women to Watch in 2008. Deemed charismatic, glamorous and ambitions, this 40-year-old whizzkid puts her meteoric rise down to her drive which comes, she says, from her privileged upbringing.

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Top 10 CEOs in Africa

Phuti Malabie is the CEO of Shanduka, a black-owned and managed investment company started by businessman Cyril Ramaphosa. The Wall Street Journal named Malabie one of its TOP 50 Women to Watch in 2008. Deemed charismatic, glamorous and ambitions, this 40-year-old whizzkid puts her meteoric rise down to her drive which comes, she says, from her privileged upbringing.

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Black Umbrellas named top social entrepreneur

Shanduka Black Umbrellas received the Top Social Entrepreneur Award at the recent Impumelelo Awards in Cape Town. The awards acknowledge the hard work of individuals and organisations that make it their mission to improve the lives of South Africans.

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Adopt-a-School hosts London Fundraiser

 

Adopt-a-School Foundation hosted its first-ever fundraising dinner in London on 3 October. Attended by 250 guests, the dinner is an indication of growing international interest in the work of the Foundation.

 

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A new model for school development

The Shanduka Foundation and Kagiso Trust have entered into a partnership that will see R200 million invested in the development of more than 300 schools over the next five years. This is one of the biggest private sector interventions in basic education in South Africa.

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