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September 4, 2019

Address by Lebashe Investment Group, Chairman, Mr Tshepo Mahloele, to the South African Press Council.

Good evening ladies and gentlemen.Judge Phillip Levinsohn, Chairperson of the Press Council Judge Bernard Ngoepe, Chairperson of the Appeals Panel, Latiefa Mobara, Executive Director of the […]
June 27, 2019

Lebashe acquires Tiso Blackstar media assets

Johannesburg: The Lebashe Investment Group announced today the acquisition of the Media, Broadcasting and Content businesses of Tiso Blackstar Holdings in South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya for […]
March 20, 2019

Lebashe is disappointed with Holomisa’s baseless allegations at the PIC Inquiry

The Lebashe Investment Group strongly refutes and is disappointed with the unfounded and reckless allegations made by Mr. Bantu Holomisa at the Commission of Inquiry into […]
September 19, 2018

Lebashe BEE investment into EOH gets the green light

The Lebashe Investment Group welcomes the approval of its R1billion Black Economic Investment (BEE) investment into EOH which was approved by EOH shareholders at the company’s […]
August 2, 2018

Sinesipho Maninjwa – Independent Analyst | Lebashe And EOH’s R1billion Empowerment Deal

POWERFM98.7 Power Business: Sinesipho Maninjwa – Independent Analyst “We discuss a deal made and caught up with outgoing EOH CEO Zunaid Mayet on their deal with Lebashe. […]
August 1, 2018

Lebashe and EOH Sign R1billion Empowerment Deal

Author: Khaya Buthelezi In Johannesburg today, the Lebashe Investment Group announced entering into binding long-form agreements with EOH, increasing the maximum cash injection into the technology group […]
June 7, 2018

Online lender Rainfin sells majority stake in business to bankroll new R1bn fund

Ventureburn Author: Daniel Mpala SA online lending platform RainFin has effectively sold its business to its current BEE shareholders, the LeBashe Investment Group. The deal, announced last week on the lender’s blog, will enable Rainfin to […]
May 29, 2018

Lebashe Financial Services Growth Strategy: Warren Wheatley

SABC News Lebashe Financial Services has acquired an additional 24 percent in RainFin, increasing their shareholding from 51 percent to 75 percent in the leading South […]
May 28, 2018

LeBashe Investment Group Increases Its Stake In SA’s RainFin To 75%

Wee Tracker Author: Nayantara Jha Johannesburg based Lebashe group announced that it would increase its stake in the Peer-to-Peer lending startup RainFin, this Friday. It will expand its […]
May 28, 2018

Lebashe Investment Group Increases Equity Stake in Rainfin

SME South Africa  RainFin and The Lebashe Investment Group, which operates mainly in the financial services sector, concluded a transaction whereby Lebashe will capitalize the business, […]
May 24, 2018

Budding Bank Adds to South African Deals Spree by Buying RainFin

Bloomberg Author: Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg Lebashe Financial Services is increasing its stake in RainFin (Pty) Ltd., a South African lender previously backed by Barclays Plc, as part […]
March 13, 2018

EOH in R3.2bn BEE deal with Lebashe

IOL Business Report  Author: Kabelo Khumalo JOHANNESBURG – Listed business technology services group EOH announced yesterday that it would embark on a R3.2billion black economic empowerment deal […]
March 2, 2018

Lebashe Financial Services (Pty) Ltd currently owns 74.92% of the ordinary share capital in RainFin.

Lebashe Financial Services (Pty) Ltd, a 100% owned subsidiary of the Lebashe Investment Group (Pty) Ltd, currently owns 74.92% of the ordinary share capital in RainFin […]
February 28, 2018

Lebashe is one of the largest stakeholders of Capitec Bank Holdings Ltd

Capitec is a South African retail bank with its core focus being simplifying banking and banking products for customers. Differentiating features include low bank fees, a […]