Apollo Foundation will soon open its Africa headquarters in Sandton, South Africa. The new office will be located in the same building as recent partner ADF Group (per above address).
The new chairman of Apollo Africa is Anthony Mokhele, who is CEO of ADF Group. “Mr. Mokhele’s extensive background in international and business finance will be invaluable as the Apollo mission spreads across the continent of Africa,” according to the foundation’s statement.
African Development Funding (ADF) Group has offices in Johannesburg, South Africa as well as Hong Kong, China. ADF works with more than 53 nations at the presidential and/or ministerial level to provide funding and sustainable development on a range of commercial and non-profit ventures.
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On Tuesday, Apollo’s development team appeared on Fox Business to discuss the foundation’s recent initiatives, after appearing on Bloomberg over the weekend.
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