South African diversified exploration company Sephaku Holdings would list on the main board of the JSE on Friday.
“We are indeed delighted to list our company on the JSE. We have, over the last four years, built a company with a solid strategy and [an] equally solid portfolio of assets. Our commitment to our shareholders, 54% of whom represent previously disadvantaged groupings and individuals, has always been to list the company and we are proud to do so this week,” Sephaku founder and executive chairperson Dr Lelau Mohuba said in a statement on Tuesday.
He added that the listing would also provide the company with a reputable, highly visible market for shareholders to invest in, while also broadening Sephaku’s public profile and providing an additional avenue for potential funding for the future.