01 June 2020
“The task of rendering infrastructure that improves cost effective accessibility to different sections of our society is both current and urgent”, said Gontse.
“With current interests in five renewable energy assets, GAIA has the stripes of a dynamic platform that can make a meaningful contribution to the delivery and upkeep of good quality infrastructure in South Africa, as well as across the Southern African region.
Tiego Moseneke, the Executive Chairman of Encha, said: “I am delighted that Gontse can take this new and exciting challenge and have no doubt that GAIA will be handsomely rewarded for this excellent choice. Investment in infrastructure is at the centre of our country’s economic renewal and thus a core mandate of Encha. Encha will henceforth pursue all its infrastructure investment ambitions through GAIA. Encha will throw its balance sheet squarely behind GAIA.”