Author: Sunette Smith

Northern Cape-based Matla A Bokone Solar, near Kimberley, is now wholly South African-owned by Old Mutual Ideas Managed Fund,  African Rainbow Energy  and Power, Reatile Group, Phakwe Solar   and the Cicada  Community Trust. The 75 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant spans 200 ha and has over 260 000 solar panels installed  and is expected to...

REATILE Foundation, together with Egoli Gas, recently held a Mandela Day event at United Cerebral Palsy Association in Townsview.   The team spent the morning cleaning, painting and gardening. The United Cerebral Palsy Association was presented with a cheque donation to the value of R100 000 as...

“We want to make a huge difference in disadvantaged students,” said Reatile Foundation Trust chairman Simphiwe Mehlomakhulu. He spoke during a meeting held at Cosmo City’s Curro-Meridian School on July 16. Reatile Foundation Trust is a Non-Profit Organisation based in Bryanston.  It serves a number of...

juwi Renewable Energies has concluded a deal with Reatile Renewables, whereby Reatile has taken up a 20% shareholding in juwi's EPC company, which is currently building three projects for Round 4 of REIPP, together totalling 250MW of grid-connected solar PV in South Africa. Reatile formally entered...

The Reatile Group, an investment holding company, has acquired a 37.54% stake in Pragma, one of SA’s leading enterprise asset and facilities management companies. This move enhances Pragma’s potential international growth, while accelerating the organisation’s transformation agenda. “I’ve been involved with Pragma for a while, and...

Reatile Group, through its 100% owned subsidiary, Reatile Solar Power (RF) (Pty) Limited, acquired a 15% minority interest in six Project Companies that are building new solar power plants in South Africa.  The remaining equity partners on the six companies are Old Mutual Life Assurance...

Unseating his prime competitor to become South Africa’s number one LPG market leader makes Easigas-Reatile Gaz chairman Simphiwe Mehlomakulu extremely proud. But arguably more proud are his partners at Engen, who Mehlomakulu credits with helping position his black-owned and managed company as a key player in southern Africa’s energy sector. Engen calls the former emergent black...