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KTH was is created by the merging of two leading black owned and managed companies in South Africa, Kagiso Trust Investments and Tiso Group in 2011.KTH has the capacity to develop robust investment platforms in key growth areas, particularly in infrastructure, media, healthcare, resources, and financial services, across Africa.
KTH is a leading black-owned and managed investment holding company in Africa with an asset base of R15 billion. Our investment philospohy is based on buidling enduring relationships with management teams and investment partners to create value. KTH is a long term investor with no finite investment horison.
A new investment champion - with a wealth of experience.
The merger of Kagiso Trust Investments and Tiso Group, both with strong track records in the investment arena, has led to the birth of Kagiso Tiso Holdings ("KTH").
Kagiso MediaPaballo Makosholo, KTH Chief Executive Officer
"KTH's investment in Kagiso Media demonstrates our ability to create value for stakeholders through our exceptional people, robust financial position and commitment to driving sustainable transformation in the sectors in which Kagiso Media operates."
Me CureKunle Adebowale, Me Cure Managing Director
"KTH's investment is a vote of confidence in what we have built at Me Cure, and we look forward to continuing to build on that success. Me Cure has demonstrated that when provided with high quality and affordable healthcare options, Nigerians don't need to go abroad for basic healthcare needs."
Fidelity BankEdward Effah, Fidelity Bank Ghana’s Managing Director
“KTH’s investment is a vote of confidence in the board and management of the bank. Our strategy is to prudently grow our asset base and become a leading bank in Ghana. We welcome KTH’s investment which will allow us to continue to drive our strategy and have access to South African markets.”