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Equity Fund

INVEST INTO AN A-CLASS PORTFOLIO

Anuva’s core objective is to grow wealth; yours and the companies we invest in, and provide consistent capital growth along with regular annual dividends. 

Our A-class portfolio is made up of seven established and innovative, small-to-medium, high-performing enterprises totalling over R138 million who have a proven track-record and show exceptional potential for growth. 

By combining Section 12J tax strategies and following a diversified investment approach we are able to facilitate consistent growth for these companies which results in excellent returns and massive tax breaks for investors. 

general-fund-main-icon

Equity Fund

INVEST INTO AN A-CLASS PORTFOLIO

Anuva’s core objective is to grow wealth; yours and the companies we invest in, and provide consistent capital growth along with regular annual dividends. 

Our A-class portfolio is made up of seven established and innovative, small-to-medium, high-performing enterprises totalling over R138 million who have a proven track-record and show exceptional potential for growth. 

By combining Section 12J tax strategies and following a diversified investment approach we are able to facilitate consistent growth for these companies which results in excellent returns and massive tax breaks for investors. 

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100% FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFYING INVESTORS VIA OUR EQUITY FUND LOAN

Fund performance

HIGH PERFORMING EQUITY INVESTMENT

Fund stats

100% FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFYING INVESTORS VIA OUR EQUITY FUND LOAN

Fund performance

HIGH PERFORMING EQUITY INVESTMENT

A-Class Portfolio

WHAT COMPANY MANAGEMENT HAVE TO SAY

A-Class Portfolio

WHAT COMPANY MANAGEMENT HAVE TO SAY

A WORD FROM OUR CEO, NEILL HOBBS

A WORD FROM OUR CEO, NEILL HOBBS

About your investment

Biodelta

Anuva has a 10% stake in Biodelta

The Anuva Equity Fund is in a joint venture with Biodelta with the intention to convert to 10% equity. Biodelta operates as a contract manufacturing company. They develop and manufacture nutraceutical products such as capsules, tablets, powders, granules, effervescent sachets and tea. Biodelta serves the health and food industry. The company has recently extended its product range and manufacturing focus to deliver much-needed COVID-19 key products, such as virus test kits, three-layer surgical masks, sanitisers and immune booster supplements.

Biodelta

Anuva has a 10% stake in Biodelta

The Anuva Equity Fund is in a joint venture with Biodelta with the intention to convert to 10% equity. Biodelta operates as a contract manufacturing company. They develop and manufacture nutraceutical products such as capsules, tablets, powders, granules, effervescent sachets and tea. Biodelta serves the health and food industry. The company has recently extended its product range and manufacturing focus to deliver much-needed COVID-19 key products, such as virus test kits, three-layer surgical masks, sanitisers and immune booster supplements.

Cape Mohair

Anuva has a 69% stake in Cape Mohair

Anuva recently furthered its 46% stake in Cape Mohair Ltd to 69%. Established in 1991 and based in Cape Town, Cape Mohair is a proudly South African manufacturer of mohair socks. Their range includes medical, outdoor, workwear and leisure socks. Cape Mohair is proud to manufacture a product that is not just technologically advanced, but also creates jobs, supports local farming communities and treads lightly on the earth.

Cape Mohair

Anuva has a 69% stake in Cape Mohair

Anuva recently furthered its 46% stake in Cape Mohair Ltd to 69%. Established in 1991 and based in Cape Town, Cape Mohair is a proudly South African manufacturer of mohair socks. Their range includes medical, outdoor, workwear and leisure socks. Cape Mohair is proud to manufacture a product that is not just technologically advanced, but also creates jobs, supports local farming communities and treads lightly on the earth.

MasterCare

Anuva has a 69% stake in MasterCare

Established in 1974 as Early Bird, with more than 40 years as a proudly South African company, MasterCare is the leading name in home appliance repairs and maintenance. Their services encompass the installation, servicing and repair of home appliances. They also service the retail trade in and out of warranty period, providing end-user maintenance care plans, as well as value-added products to leading brands and retail chains.

MasterCare

Anuva has a 69% stake in MasterCare

Established in 1974 as Early Bird, with more than 40 years as a proudly South African company, MasterCare is the leading name in home appliance repairs and maintenance. Their services encompass the installation, servicing and repair of home appliances. They also service the retail trade in and out of warranty period, providing end-user maintenance care plans, as well as value-added products to leading brands and retail chains.

NuMobile

Anuva has a 69% stake in NuMobile

Founded in 2008, Numobile engages with blue-chip corporates to provide smart phone contracts to their employees. Their goal is to provide employees with the necessary smart mobile technology for effective communication with their employers and colleagues. NuMobile aims to offer employees reliable and affordable smartphones with the aid of their employer at no risk to the employer.

NuMobile

Anuva has a 69% stake in NuMobile

Founded in 2008, Numobile engages with blue-chip corporates to provide smart phone contracts to their employees. Their goal is to provide employees with the necessary smart mobile technology for effective communication with their employers and colleagues. NuMobile aims to offer employees reliable and affordable smartphones with the aid of their employer at no risk to the employer.

Mastercare Enterprises

Anuva has a 49% stake in Mastercare Enterprises

Mastercare Enterprises is a business that supplies medical orthopaedic and prosthetic products throughout South Africa. Their quality, custom-made range is fast making them a preferred supplier in their field. They specialise in orthopaedic bracing, bespoke manufacturing, prosthetic suspension technology, rehab/ therapy products, compression/ support garments, icing and recovery products and foot orthotic technology.

Mastercare Enterprises

Anuva has a 49% stake in Mastercare Enterprises

Mastercare Enterprises is a business that supplies medical orthopaedic and prosthetic products throughout South Africa. Their quality, custom-made range is fast making them a preferred supplier in their field. They specialise in orthopaedic bracing, bespoke manufacturing, prosthetic suspension technology, rehab/ therapy products, compression/ support garments, icing and recovery products and foot orthotic technology.

ARA

Anuva has a 4% stake in ARA

ARA is a soap manufacturer on a quest to make traditional practices and medicine more accessible and current. The company has a unique approach – they use indigenous medicinal plants as key ingredient in their soap formula, which is specifically developed for South African skin. ARA’s current range of quality Imphepho soap products targets the local mass market, and they engage small-scale farmers to grow and become long-term suppliers of Imphepho.

ARA

Anuva has a 4% stake in ARA

ARA is a soap manufacturer on a quest to make traditional practices and medicine more accessible and current. The company has a unique approach – they use indigenous medicinal plants as key ingredient in their soap formula, which is specifically developed for South African skin. ARA’s current range of quality Imphepho soap products targets the local mass market, and they engage small-scale farmers to grow and become long-term suppliers of Imphepho.

Sexy Socks

Anuva has a 10% stake in Sexy Socks

Sexy Socks is a fashion sock brand famous for their fun socks made from bamboo – a great fibre, which is not only kinder to the environment, but it is also antibacterial, anti-odour, hypoallergenic, and soft. Recently they expanded their range to include premium combed cotton socks and Sexy Jocks, bringing the unmistakable Sexy Socks splash of fun to ordinarily dull wardrobe staples. Sexy Socks believes in doing good business and care is put into every aspect of production – from conceptualisation through to product design, yarn selection and businesses practices. Through their one-for-one model, the business donates a pair of school socks to a child in need for every pair of Sexy Socks sold.

Sexy Socks

Anuva has a 10% stake in Sexy Socks

Sexy Socks is a fashion sock brand famous for their fun socks made from bamboo – a great fibre, which is not only kinder to the environment, but it is also antibacterial, anti-odour, hypoallergenic, and soft. Recently they expanded their range to include premium combed cotton socks and Sexy Jocks, bringing the unmistakable Sexy Socks splash of fun to ordinarily dull wardrobe staples. Sexy Socks believes in doing good business and care is put into every aspect of production – from conceptualisation through to product design, yarn selection and businesses practices. Through their one-for-one model, the business donates a pair of school socks to a child in need for every pair of Sexy Socks sold.

Exit strategy

There are a number of potential events which will have an impact on the future exit from this fund.

Listing

It is the intention of the directors of Anuva to list the Anuva Equity Fund as a Private Equity fund on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, or comparable exchange. The timing of this listing will be dependent upon the economic circumstances being favourable for the listing of a Private Equity Company and, of course, the track record of the Anuva Equity Fund.

This will undoubtedly be the most convenient option for investors to exit their investment as they can choose how many shares to sell, when and at what price.

If there is no Listing

Shareholders may exit by offering their shares to Anuva for repurchase.   Shares will then be sold at the price determined by external valuation, subject to Anuva’s ability to redeem shares for cash. Typically, small parcels of shares will be able to be repurchased from within Anuva’s cash resources, whereas the repurchase of larger volumes of shares will only be able to be repurchased from the proceeds of fresh share subscriptions, or upon the exit from an underlying investment.

Shareholders wishing to sell their shares should give the directors of Anuva as much lead time as possible, ideally six months, of their intention to sell their shares.

Winding up of the Fund

The directors, acting on a resolution by the shareholders, may elect to wind up the fund by disposing of the underlying assets and paying the proceeds out to shareholders as a return of share capital.

This will obviously be done at the appropriate time and in consultation with the Investment Committee and the Shareholders.

Listing

It is the intention of the directors of Anuva to list the Anuva Equity Fund as a Private Equity fund on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, or comparable exchange. The timing of this listing will be dependent upon the economic circumstances being favourable for the listing of a Private Equity Company and, of course, the track record of the Anuva Equity Fund.

This will undoubtedly be the most convenient option for investors to exit their investment as they can choose how many shares to sell, when and at what price.

If there is no Listing

Shareholders may exit by offering their shares to Anuva for repurchase.   Shares will then be sold at the price determined by external valuation, subject to Anuva’s ability to redeem shares for cash. Typically, small parcels of shares will be able to be repurchased from within Anuva’s cash resources, whereas the repurchase of larger volumes of shares will only be able to be repurchased from the proceeds of fresh share subscriptions, or upon the exit from an underlying investment.

Shareholders wishing to sell their shares should give the directors of Anuva as much lead time as possible, ideally six months, of their intention to sell their shares.

Winding up of the Fund

The directors, acting on a resolution by the shareholders, may elect to wind up the fund by disposing of the underlying assets and paying the proceeds out to shareholders as a return of share capital.

This will obviously be done at the appropriate time and in consultation with the Investment Committee and the Shareholders.

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