5% of the equity, while Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) partners, Tshwarisano and Worldwide African Investment Holdings, will hold a combined 25% of the equity.
What does WAIH stand for?
WAIH stands for Worldwide African Investment Holdings (energy company; South Africa)
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We have 1 other meaning of WAIH in our Acronym Attic
- West Africa Investment Forum
- Whidbey Animals' Improvement Foundation (est. 1990; Coupeville, WA)
- Wide Area Integration Facility
- Women's Adoption International Fund
- Wisconsin Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors
- West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management
- West Australian Institute of Fashion and Textiles
- Who Acquires Infection from Whom (epidemiology)
- Web Accessibility Initiative Guidelines
- Where Am I Going ?
- Warm Antibody-Induced Haemolytic Anaemia
- Warm Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia
- West African Insurance Institute (est. 1973)
- Western Ag Innovations Inc. (Canada)
- Western Atlas International, Inc. (various locations)
- Wisconsin American Indian Infant Mortality Review Project
- Windows Automated Installation Kit (Microsoft)
- Wide-Angle Imaging Lidar (clouds; Atmospheric Radiation Measurement; US Department of Energy)
- Wisconsin Advanced Internet Laboratory
- Worked All Italian Lighthouses (amateur radio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Notes for editors: In November 2004 Sasol Ltd, Petronas (the majority owner of Southern African-based fuel company Engen Ltd), Tshwarisano LFB Investment and Worldwide African Investment Holdings - through its wholly-owned subsidiary Afric Energy Resources (AER) - announced that they intended to form a joint venture between Engen and Sasol's liquid fuels businesses (Sasol Oil).
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Petronas International Corporation Limited (PICL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia's state oil company Petroliam Nasional Berhad ("Petronas"), has signed definitive agreements with South Africa's listed energy and chemical company, Sasol Limited ("Sasol"), Worldwide African Investment Holdings (Pty) Limited ("Worldwide') (through its wholly owned subsidiary Afric Energy Resources (Pty) Limited ("AER")) and a Sasol black economic empowerment ("BEE") entity, Tshwarisano LFB Investment (Pty) Limited ("Tshwarisano") to combine Sasol's Liquid Fuels Business ("Sasol LFB") and Engen Limited and its subsidiaries ("Engen") in a new liquid fuels joint venture, Uhambo Oil Limited ("Uhambo").
Together with their Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) partners, the former Exel shareholders and Worldwide African Investment Holdings (WAIH), and other interested parties, they aim to reach definitive agreements within the next few months.
WorldWide African Investment Holdings has acquired a 26.