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Siempre Media recently produced an event on behalf of the Southern African – German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources and SASMEF (South African Small and Medium Enterprises Federation) entitled SME Mineral Beneficiation through International Cooperation.

 

Taking place alongside the Mining Indaba and just prior to the State of the Nation Address, this event focused on SME opportunities and obstacles in the mineral resources sector and support mechanisms through international cooperation.

 

Speakers included Lindiwe Zulu, Minister of Small Business Development for the Republic of South Africa, Dr. Horst Freitag, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to South Africa, Carl Lotter, Founder and CEO of SASMEF, Tapiwa Samanga, Chief Director for Mineral Processing and Construction from the Department of Trade and Industry as well as senior representatives from the German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources and the Competence Centre for Mineral Resources of the Southern African – German Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

 

Siempre Media provided event management services, design concept and execution as well as facilitated invitations to key speakers and industry leaders. Our ability to access networks of high profile individuals in the private and public sector are just one of the many reasons Siempre Media excel at producing business to business events.

 

Contact Siempre Media  for a no obligation quote and find out how we can take your next business event to a higher level – they do the work and you do the networking! Siempre Media can be reached on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 021 683 2425.

 

Lindiwe Zulu, Minister of Small Business Development with Gana Fofang, Resident Representative, United Nations

Lindiwe Zulu, Minister of Small Business Development

Delegate with Lebo Gunguluza – Entrepreneur and Dragon on Dragons Den SA

Delegates with Carl Lotter, Founder and CEO, SASMEF

Left - Right: Dylan James, COO, Caban Investments Ltd; Lea Heidemann, Project Manager: Competence Centre, Mineral Resources, Southern African – German Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Johannes Danz, Researcher: Global Extractive Resources Initiative, German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources; Gana Fofang, Resident Representative, United Nations; Dr Horst Freitag, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to South Africa; Bongani Mthobeli-Moller, MD, Intense Engineering; Carl Lotter, CEO and Founder, South African Small and Medium Enterprises Federation

Dr Horst Freitag, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to South Africa, Roeland Van de Geer, Ambassador, Delegation of the European Union to South Africa, Minister of Small Business Development, Gana Fofang, Resident Representative, United Nations

With the formation of Caban Capital PLC we will no longer raise money for Caban Investments Ltd and have thus closed the share registry. Funds will be advanced through Caban Capital Plc in the form of a soft shareholders loan to develop Caban Investments Ltd further. The result of that is capital available for expansion without the dilution of the share. Therefore a prospectus for Caban Investments Ltd is not necessary. We have previously stated that  a prospectus will be issued 8 months after September 2013 which would have been May 2014. 

 

Furthermore, Caban Investments PLC has made a lucrative offer to swap Caban Investment shares for Caban Capital Plc shares. Please follow the link to read more on this - http://www.caban.co.za/caban/news/item/94-offer-to-caban-investments-limited-shareholders. With Caban Capital Plc listing on AIM of the London Stock Exchange, Caban Investment Ltd shareholders will be able to trade with the majority of their holding, thereby negating the need for a specific OTC platform. 

 

The listing of Caban Investments Ltd remains scheduled for 2017. 

 

Please contact our offices if further clarification is required on +2721 683 2425 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

LifeStraw SA was Caban’s first client. We exited the company in March to allow an investor take up additional shares by injecting capital into the company.  We provided the company with a range of services on credit as per our business model for which we received shares. To acquire additional shares in LifeStraw SA, we issued the founder with Caban shares. Our total cost including the shares came to just under R200, 000.00. Through the exit, we made a profit of R550, 000.00 which is almost a 300 percent return on investment. This was achieved in one year.

Download the letter from the LifeStraw CEO here. Another satisfied client.

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