Who we are. How we do it.
We reflect the spirit of an African approach to human ethics that embrace honesty, trust, respect, care and empathy to those we associate with. Working together to create wealth.
Power Matla, a local South African black owned investment company with diverse interests in renewable energy, ICT including e-learning, mining, transformer manufacturing and related equipment. Since its inception in 1999 when the company acquired an interest in Desta Transformers, in 2007 acquiring a 25.1% share in Powertech Transformers, Power Matla’s investments have grown. The investment base includes through PM Renewables, a strategic partnership formed with Dorper Wind Farm project in 2012, a stake in Orion Minerals (Australia). Other investments include PuRK Energy and Vintage Energy. In 2018 Power Matla acquired a 51% share of SGB-SMIT POWER MATLA and SGB-SMIT CALIDUS with the sale of Powertech Transformers from Altron.
Eduvod South Africa (Pty) Ltd is a level 1 BBBEE company registered in 2018 which was formed from the sale of Altech UEC, the owner of the Eduvod™ intellectual property (IP). The new company, Eduvod SA, acquired all IP and assets of the project, as well as all contracts with partners and customers signed with Altech UEC, in order to continue the project and service the needs that the technology can address in improving educational outcomes on the African continent.
Power Matla ICT was built on the assumption that the management of Information Communication Technology (ICT) for business is the same as for legal advice, accounting and any other body of knowledge.
To be the strategic partner of choice to do business within South Africa and the rest of Africa.
To provide good shareholder value through investments in entities with solid returns.
We carry out all our business in a professional and respectable way.
We reflect the spirit of an African approach to human ethics that embrace honesty, trust, respect, care and empathy to those we associate with.
We engage with our partners with openness and transparency.
We deeply believe in empowerment of the previously disadvantaged communities of our country and endeavour to contribute to their improvement through black economic empowerment statutes and other avenues available to us.