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Musa Capital – Fund’s

Musa Capital are primarily focused on mid-market private equity asset management in Africa.

Musa Capital started it’s first fund, Fund 1, in 1995 with a US $30m size investment and focused on Sub-Saharan Africa and has since exited. Musa Capital started Fund 2 in 2008 with a R575m (US $80m) size investment, focused on Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and it has also been exited.  Musa Capital will start it’s it next fund, Fund 3 in 2015 focusing on Southern Africa.

Musa Capital  – Fund I

Fund I focused on banking and telecoms opportunities across sub-Saharan Africa, where the fund typically held minority positions, supporting strong management teams – the companies in which Musa Capital invested into from Fund I have gone on to become significant players in their respective markets.

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Cal Bank

Cal Bank

Cal Merchant

1999
USD  1 million
Investment in a commercial bank in Ghana
CAL Bank has developed a network of over 40 ATMs
and 13 branches

EcoBank

Ecobank

Ecobank

1998
USD 7,049,563 million
Has purchased 3,498,543 shares of Common Stock of
Ecobank Transnational Incorporated

Masese Fisheries

Masese Fisheries

Masese Fisheries

1999
USD 3 million
Investment in a fishery in Zimbabwe
Masese supplies fresh water fish to the
local and export market

MTN - Uganda

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MTN-Uganda

1999
USD 7.050 million
Investment in a telecommunications
company in Uganda MTN-Uganda
currently has over 1.4M subscribers

Sonatel

Sonatel Centered

Sonatel

1998
USD 5 million
Kingdom Holding Africa division has purchased
156,972 shares of Common Stock of Societe
Nationale Des Telecommunications Du Senegal (Sonatel)

United Bank of Africa

UBA - United Bank for Africa Centered

United Bank of Africa

1999
USD 7 million

Joina Centre

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Joina Centre

1999
USD 6 million
Has purchased a 21% interest in the Joina Centre,
a 21 story US$40 million office and retail complex
located In Harare, Zimbabwe, the country’s capital city.
Joina Centre will compliment the Harare skyline as
one of the largest commercial developments in the city,
offering the market nearly 30,000m
2 of Class-A office
and retail space.

Musa Capital  – Fund II

We are a leader in mid-market Africa private equity. Over the past 15 years, Musa Capital has invested and evaluated transactions in over 25 emerging markets. Over the past 18 months the firm has closed 11 investments in 5 sectors covering 9 countries as of June 2010.

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Abacus Financial Services (Pty) Ltd - South Africa

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Abacus Financial Services (Pty) Ltd

HQ: Johannesburg, South Africa
2014 Revenue: ZAR 9 million
Employees: 50 Executive
Chairman: William Jimerson
Chief Executive: Pieter Hansen
Year of Investment: 2008
Business: A privately registered company that currently has a funding arrangement with ABSA which enables it to offer Pension Backed Lending “(PBL)” housing finance products to its clients.

African Frontier Holdings - South Africa

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African Frontier Holdings

HQ: Pretoria, South Africa
2014 Revenue: ZAR 900 million
Employees: 1200 +
Chairman: William D Jimerson
Group Chief Executive: Michael Prinsloo
Year of Investment: 2008
Business: A diversified consumer goods group which focuses on the food industry through investments in supermarkets, primary production agriculture and food manufacturing and distribution assets.

I-Com (Pty) Ltd/National Debt Collection - South Africa

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I-Com (Pty) Ltd/National Debt Collection

HQ: Pretoria, South Africa
2014 Revenue: R90 million
Employees: 90
Chairman: William D Jimerson
Managing Director: Armand van Emmenis
Year of Investment: 2008
Business: A diversified services organization, focused on providing tailor made solutions to by utilising a proprietary collections information technology platform  The I-Com group focuses on the financial services, debtor management and data management segments.

Mafori Finance - South Africa

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Mafori Finance

HQ: ZAR, Pretoria
2014 Revenue: R6 million
Employees: 20
Executive Chairman: W Jimerson
Group Chief Executive: MT Mphahlele
Year of Investment: 2006
Business: Consumer Lending Institution principally financing Small to Medium Enterprises (SME), consumer loans, development loans and home improvement loans. The firm also provides credit rehabilitation services to a wide cross section of South African consumers.

Matlapeng Housing (Pty) Ltd - South Africa

Matlapeng Housing

Matlapeng Housing (Pty) Ltd

HQ: Pretoria, South Africa
2014 Revenue: ZAR 250 million
Employees:  1100
Chairman:  William Jimerson
Group Chief Executive: Kobus le Roux
Year of Investment: 2010
Business: A property development company that has contracts to develop houses for mining houses throughout the mining regions in South Africa. The Group also builds and manages rental stock for low to middle income housing throughout growing urban and semi-urban regions of South Africa.

Trans Africa Ventures - Zambia

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Trans Africa Ventures

HQ: Ndola, Zambia
2013 Revenue: $4 million
Employees: 50
Executive Chairman: Antoine B Johnson
Chief Executive: Gordon Dodoja
Year of Investment: 2008
Business: A diversified mining services company which offers support services to a wide spectrum of customers including contract mining and logistics management involved in such activities as crushing and the transportation of acid, copper, fuel and lime across the copper value chain, including acid transportation, liquid explosives and copper haulage.

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