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    Gateway to prominent hospitality and tourism assets in Zimbabwe
    African Sun dominates many of Zimbabwe’s premier tourist destinations, with seven resort hotels, four city hotels, and two casinos.
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    Sustainable, consumer-facing, cash-generative investments
    Dawn Properties is a ZSE-listed real estate investment company with revenue generated from, Rental Income, Real Estate Development and Property Consultancy.
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    Diversified investment holding company with exclusive focus on Zimbabwe
    Brainworks is a Mauritian investment holding company, with its investment base focused on the Zimbabwean hospitality, real estate, financial services and logistics.

Our investment horizon is long term and it seeks to grow shareholder value through sustainable dividend pay-outs and consistent capital growth.

Investment Strategy

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The substantial existing investment portfolio currently offers exposure to prominent Zimbabwe-based assets in the following areas.

  • Why Zimbabwe?
    • Working infrastructure and skilled human resources
    • Improved agriculture production and higher commodity prices expected to drive economic growth in 2017
    • FDI in excess of US$1.2bn in the past three years and US$1bn investment in upgrading major arterial road from South African border to Zambian border
    • New international airport at Victoria Falls increasing seat capacity by 40%
    • Resilient and reviving African economy
  • Financial Indicators


    US$31.0m for HY2018


    US$150.5m for HY2018


    US$7.3m for HY2018


    US$94.4m for HY2018

  • Investments

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Mauritius–based leisure and property firm Brainworks Limited (JSE:BRA) posted a profit in its latest half year as it disposed of its financial services interests.


The coming to power of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in November last year has been a major boost for tourism with one of the country’s largest hotel groups saying its occupancy went up by 20 percent in the first half which is normally a dry period for tourism.