With interests spread across diverse sectors in rapidly growing markets, our aim is to create synergies with companies through acquisitions and strategic partnerships and unlock value in the long term.
Founded in 1998, Intouch Relocations is the fastest growing Relocation and Destination Service Provider in Africa and the Middle East owned by the founders of Africa Capital. The company has a physical presence in 24 countries and employs approximately 300 people. With its head quarters in Dubai, Intouch Relocations is growing its network significantly. For further details please visit www.intouchrelocations.com
In 2013, the founders of Africa Capital acquired a significant stake in Hoggers Limited, a food services company and master license holder for Famous Brands of South Africa. Hoggers operates 4 brands - Steers, Debonairs, Ocean Basket and King Pie in the casual dining and quick service restaurant space. The company employs in excess of 550 people and continues to grow extensively. Headquartered in Kenya, Hoggers is expanding its operations throughout the East African territory.
Laminate Tube Industries Ltd Kenya (LTI) supplies tube packaging and print as well as injection moulded items to various International FMCG companies and is currently one of the largest manufacturers of its kind within East, Central and South Africa. Originally founded in Kenya in 1992 LTI employs in excess of 180 people. It has a branch in South Africa. In 2012 the founders of Africa Capital acquired a significant stake in Laminate Tube Industries SA (PTY).

LTI SA currently operates out of Johannesburg, South Africa. The company is in the process of expanding its product range and customer base into the other member countries of SADC as well as West Africa.
Midway Resources International ("MRI") is an upstream oil and gas company that acquired an interest in Zarara Oil & Gas Limited ('ZOG'). ZOG, a company that was established by the founders of Africa Capital holds the production sharing contracts for blocks L4 and L13 in the Lamu Basin in the Republic of Kenya. The rationale behind the acquisition merger was to bring in the necessary technical, intellectual and financial capacity in order to develop the prospective resources in blocks L4 and L13. The transaction was concluded through a combination of cash and shares and currently the founders of Africa Capital are amongst the top 'five' shareholders of MRI. For further details please visit –
SenAsia Urban Spas are uber-chic day spas designed for modern day people wanting to take a sensory journey through blissfully indulgent experiences of Balinese grace, Japanese elegance and Thai tradition. SenSasia was founded in 2004 and employs over 200 people. For further information please visit www.sensasiaspas.com
The founders of Africa Capital are significant investors in Kaptagat Heights Ltd, a real estate focused property developer which currently has projects valued at US$ 50 Million that are under construction across Western & Central Kenya.