Largest Companies in Africa: 301 – 350

In a recent survey by McKinsey Africa undertaken in 2018, they discovered 438 businesses with $1 billion of annual sales. Of this total 25% are subsidiary group companies of foreign domicile multinationals, 50% have a local origin, 40% are publicly listed, and 60% are privately owned. In this list we only provide a sample of the largest companies in Africa, with the sample ranked by size. There are more large companies based in Africa which are not listed here.

301. Aveng Mining

Aveng Limited was incorporated in 1944. The company engages in the construction, engineering, and mining business worldwide. The company also operates as a building and maintenance contractor for the building, infrastructure, and resource markets focussing on building, rail, civil, electrical, marine, mechanical pipelines, fabrication, tunneling, and underground services. In addition, it provides mining services in the areas of shaft sinking and open cast mining. Aveng Limited is based in Boksburg, South Africa. The company’s annual turnover is ZAR7.28billion (2018 estimate) and it also had 14,158 employees in the year which ended in 2018.

302. Bamburi Cement

Bamburi Cement manufactures and sells cement and related products. It supplies ready-mix concrete and precast blocks. It operates through the Kenya, and Uganda geographical segments. The company was founded by Felix Mandl in 1951 and is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. The company’s annual turnover is KES 37billion (2018 estimate) and it has 974 employees. It offers cement products under the Powermax, Powercrete, Nguvu, Tembo, Multipurpose, Powerplus, and Roadcem names and pre-cast concrete paving blocks under the BamburiBlox brand. The company also provides precast molded products that include drainage products and edge restraints, and fencing and walling products; and ready-mix concrete. Also, it engages in the rehabilitation of quarries.

303. Groupe CFAO Congo

Groupe CFAO Congo distributes vehicles and pharmaceutical products in Congo. The company operates through Equipment & Services, Healthcare, and Consumer Goods segments. The Equipment & Services segment purchases, stores, imports, and distributes light vehicles, heavy trucks, and motorcycles; provides after-sales services; installs and maintains elevators; rents vehicles and equipment; sells spare parts and tires; and distributes transport vehicles, construction and handling machinery, agricultural equipment, generators, and elevators. The company’s annual revenue is US$363million.

304. Bulyanhulu Gold Mine

Bulyanhulu Gold Mine Limited mines gold in Tanzania. The company’s by-products include copper and silver production. The company became operational in 2001 and its headquarters is located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Bulyanhulu Gold Mine Limited operates as a subsidiary of Acacia Mining Plc. The company is owned and operated by Acacia Mining (previously known as African Barrick Gold) and its annual revenue during 2018 was US$360million.

305. Talaat Moustafa Group

Talaat Mostafa Group operates as a community real estate developer in Egypt. The company develops residential cities and community complexes; and hotels and resorts. It has a land bank of 50 million square meters. The company was incorporated in 2007 and its headquarters is located in Cairo, Egypt. The company’s annual turnover is EGP13 billion (2017) and it had over 100,000 employees on average during 2015. It is owned by the Talaat Moustafa’s Family. The company’s business model lies in the development of the community through establishing a self-sustained residential city and community complexes for the high and low-income earners.

306. South Deep Gold Mine

South Deep Gold Mine extracts and mines gold. The company was previously known as Western Areas Gold Mine before it changed its name to South Deep Gold Mine. South Deep Gold Mine was established in 1999 and its head office is located in Westonaria, South Africa. South Deep Gold Mine operates as a subsidiary of Western Areas Limited and Gold Fields Limited. South Deep gold mine is the second biggest gold mine in the world with a turnover of US$358million. It is also the seventh deepest mine in the world with a depth of 2,995m below the surface.

307. Société des Mines de Gounkoto

Société des Mines de Gounkoto operates as a subsidiary of Randgold Resources Limited. Société des Mines de Gounkoto SA is an exploration and mining company and the owner of the Gounkoto mine which is held 80% by Randgold and 20% by the state of Mali. during 2018, the company recorded revenue of US$357million.

308. ENL Group

ENL Group is a Mauritius-based company with interests in various sectors, such as agribusiness, commercial, investment, lifestyle, and property. The Company operates through three segments: automotive; trading, services & investment; and industry & manufacturing. The Company is also a producer of sugar cane on the island. Besides, it operates a car care centre that provides garaging, spare parts and body workshop services; and a sawmill for pine timber operations. Furthermore, the company engages in poultry, deer, and cattle farming; lumbering operations; and developing and building residential, commercial, industrial, and mixed-use projects. It serves primarily the hospitality industry and advertising agencies. The company was incorporated in 1944 and its annual revenue is US$357million.

309. MRS Oil

MRS Oil markets and distributes refined petroleum products in Nigeria. It operates in three segments: Retail/Commercial & Industrial, Aviation, and Lubricants. The Retail/Commercial & Industrial segment is involved in the sale and distribution of petroleum products to retail and industrial customers. The Aviation segment sells aviation turbine kerosene. The Lubricants segment manufactures and sells lubricants and greases. It operates 140 company-owned outlets and approximately 221 third-party owned operating outlets. The company was formerly known as Chevron Oil Nigeria Plc before it changed its name to MRS Oil Nigeria Plc in 2009. The company was incorporated in 1969 and its head office is situated in Lagos, Nigeria. The company’s annual revenue is NGN89.55 billion (2018 estimate) and it has 117 employees.

310. Copperbelt Energy Corporation

Copperbelt Energy Corporation provides electricity transmission, distribution, generation, and supply services. Its customers include base metal mining companies in both Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. It also deals with international power trading in the Southern African Power Pool. The company was founded on September 19, 1997, and is headquartered in Lusaka, Zambia. The company owns and operates an 80 megawatt of thermal generation capacity; 1,000 kilometers of primary transmission lines; 183 transformers; and 42 high voltage substations and control centers. The company has yearly revenue of ZMW 2,044,007,000 (2018 estimate).

311. Umeme

Umeme Limited distributes and supplies electricity and provides after-sales services in Uganda. The company operates through a distribution network of approximately 33,364 kilometers of low voltage, 11kV, and 33kV network lines. In the year that ended on 31 December 2017, it had a customer base of 1,125,291 customers, including domestic, commercial, medium and large industrial, and street lighting customers. The company was incorporated in 2004 and is based in Kampala, Uganda. The company announced sales of UGX 1,493,232 million for the 2018 financial year.

312. Seven-Up Bottling Company

Seven-Up Bottling Company manufactures and sells soft drinks in Nigeria. The company offers its soft drinks under the Pepsi, 7UP, Mirinda, Teem, and Mountain Dew brands. The company started its business operations in 1959 and its head office is located in Lagos, Nigeria. Seven-up Bottling Company plc is a former subsidiary of Affelka S.A. The company has 2,193 employees and recorded revenue of NGN34.864 billion in 2009

313. Egypt Kuwait Holding Company

Egypt Kuwait Holding Company is a private equity firm specializing in acquisitions. It invests in oil and gas, power, fertilizers, Information Technology, utilities, infrastructure, transport, energy, petrochemicals, manufacturing, and insurance sectors of the economy. The firm invests in Africa and the Middle East including; Libya, Egypt, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, and also in the high-growth emerging markets like Algeria and Sudan. Egypt Kuwait Holding Company was founded in 1997 and is based in Giza, Egypt. Its annual revenue is US$351million (2018 estimate).

314. Afriquia Gaz. Gas

Afriquia Gaz SA was incorporated in 1992. The company refines and markets liquefied petroleum gas in Morocco. The Company provides import, refinery, storage, carriage and distribution services of such gases like propane and butane. It trades its products under five commercial brands: Afriquia Gaz, Tissir Gaz, Ultragaz, National Gaz and Campingaz. The Company operates through a network of various subsidiaries and affiliated companies, including Sodipit, National Gaz, Dragon Gaz, Gazafric, Omnium Stockage, Proactis, Salam Gaz and Stogaz. Afriquia Gaz SA is part of Akwa Group. The company’s annual revenue is MAD 5.53billion (2018 estimate).

315. Alliances Développement Immobilier

Alliances Developpement Immobilier is a real estate developer in Morocco. It develops social and intermediate housing, and residential real estate properties, as well as offering real estate services. The company started its business operation in 1994 and its head office is located in Casablanca, Morocco. The company also promotes residential and tourism real estate projects -residential complexes, villas, golf courses, economical and mid-level housing, etc. The group also develops hotels (through EHC Maroc) and is involved in the supply of real estate services, execution of turnkey projects, delegated construction contracting, marketing and real estate asset management, apartment and villa leasing management, and the design and execution of interior decoration projects for third parties. The company’s annual revenue is US$349million during 2018 financial year.

316. Perseus Mining

Perseus Mining Limited explores, evaluates, develops, and mines for gold properties in West Africa. It owns interests in the Edikan gold mine and Grumesa project located in Ghana; and Sissingué and Yaoure gold projects located in Côte d’Ivoire, as well as Mahalé, Mbengué, and Napié licenses in Côte d’Ivoire. The company was incorporated in 2003 and its annual revenue is US$348million (2018 estimate).

317. Eterna Oil & Gas

Eterna Plc manufactures and markets lubricating oils, petrochemicals, importation, and sale of fuels. It operates through the following segments: Retail and Industrial, Lubricants and Chemicals, and Trading. The Retail and Industrial segment refers to the sale and distribution of petroleum products such as white products and lubricants in retail outlets and small units and to industrial customers. The Lubricants and Chemicals segment is involved in the manufacture and distribution of lubricants and chemicals to marine and energy customers. The Trading segment represents the bulk importation and sale of fuels base oils, bitumen, and low pour fuel oil. The company was founded on January 13, 1989, and is headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. The company’s annual revenue is NGN 251.88billion (2018). The company has 73 employees.

318. Tigo Tanzania

Tigo Tanzania (also known as MIC Tanzania) provides voice, SMS, high-speed Internet, and mobile financial services for personal and business customers in Tanzania. The company also provides mobile money to send and receive money, pay bills, and pay merchants for goods and services. Furthermore, the company provides its products and services through stores throughout Tanzania. MIC Tanzania Limited was formerly known as Mobitel Tanzania Ltd. Before it changed its name to MIC Tanzania Limited in January 2005. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. MIC Tanzania Limited operates as a subsidiary of Millicom International Cellular SA. The company’s annual revenue is US$347million (2018 estimate) and it has a workforce of 300,000 employees.

319. Waco International

Waco International engages in the equipment rental and industrial services businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. It is involved in the provision of rental and sale of products and services related to formwork, shoring, and scaffolding; and suspended and aerial platforms, as well as rope access and related services, including personnel supply, technical support, insulation cladding, painting, and blasting. The company also provides relocatable modular buildings as well as technical support and project management services. Waco International Holdings Limited was founded in 1952 and is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The company has 6,000 employees and its annual revenue during 2018 was US$345million.

320. Dangote Flour Mills

Dangote Flour Mills Plc produces and mills wheat products in Nigeria. The company operates in Flour, Pasta, and Noodles segments. The Flour segment is involved in the milling and sale of bread and confectionery flour, semolina, and wheat meal as well as trades in yellow corn. The Pasta segment manufactures and sells spaghetti and macaroni. The Noodles segment manufactures and sells noodles. The company was acquired by Tiger Brands Plc in April 2016. Dangote Flour Mills Plc started its business operation in 1999 and its head office is located in Lagos, Nigeria. Dangote Flour Mills Plc used to be a subsidiary of Dangote Industries Limited. The company’s annual revenue is NGN108.46billion.

321. Suez Cement Company

Suez Cement Company manufactures and sells cement and other products in Egypt. It primarily produces grey cement. The company also exports its products to Arab, African, and European countries. The company was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Cairo, Egypt. Suez Cement Company SAE is a subsidiary of HeidelbergCement AG. The Company operates through five production facilities in Suez, Kattameya, Tourah, Helwan and El Minya. The company’s annual revenue is US$337million during 2018

322. Office National des Chemins de Fer du Maroc

Office National des Chemins de Fer du Maroc was founded in 1963. It is Morocco’s national railway operator. ONCF is a state-owned company that is under the control of the Ministry of Equipment, Transport and Logistics and is responsible for all passenger and freight traffic on the national railway network. The company is also responsible for building and maintaining the rail infrastructure. The ONCF employs around 7,845 employees. The company is based in Casablanca, Morocco and it recorded revenue of US$337million at the end of the 2018 financial year.

323. Société d’Énergie et d’Eau du Gabon

Société d’Energie et d’Eau du Gabon provides water supply and water management services. It also distributes electricity. The company was founded in 1950 and is based in Libreville, Gabon. Société d’Energie et d’Eau du Gabon SA operates as a subsidiary of Veolia Eau-Compagnie Générale des Eaux. The company’s annual revenue was US$336million for 2018.

324. Office National des Aéroports

Office National des Aéroports is the Moroccan airport operator and administrator. The company headquarters are in Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca. ONDA was established in July 1990. The company’s annual revenue is US$334million (2018 estimate). The company’s services include operation and management of airports, air traffic control services, flight training services. It is owned by the Moroccan government and it has 2,735 employees.

325. Powertech

Powertech is a subsidiary of Altron (Allied Electronics Corporation Limited). The company is focussed on delivering advanced technologies for the creation, management, distribution, storage and use of electricity across industries. The company’s core businesses include the reliable delivery of high-quality technical equipment, support, and engineering expertise to support demanding client requirements across a range of specialist applications. The company’s annual revenue is US$333million.

326. MTN Sudan

MTN Sudan was founded in 2005. MTN Sudan is a leading provider of telecommunications services, cellular network access and business solutions in the Sudan region. The company reported total revenue of ZUS$332million during 2018. To boost acquisitions of customers and utilisation during 2008, MTN Sudan launched a series of marketing activities where it focussed on cities outside the capital with low commercial coverage. MTN Sudan’s distributors have more than 8,500 points of sale in the country and a subscriber base of 3 million. MTN Sudan has 800 employees in Sudan. The company’s annual revenue is US$334million (2018 estimate).

327. Société Générale des Travaux du Maroc

Société Générale des Travaux du Maroc engages in Civil contracting for commercial and residential building projects. The company is privately owned and it was incorporated in 1971. Société Générale des Travaux du Maroc has 8,000 employees for the company. Société Générale des Travaux Publics was created in 1971. Through the constant efforts of its management and its teams, SGTM has developed a solid experience and accumulated many achievements. Its know-how helped the company become a national leader in the construction industry.

328. Guinness Nigeria

Guinness Nigeria Plc engages in brewing, packaging, marketing, and selling spirits, beers, ready-to-drink products, and non-alcoholic drinks primarily in Nigeria. The company offers spirits under the Johnnie Walker Black, Johnnie Walker Red, Johnnie Walker Blue, Ciroc Vodka, Smirnoff Vodka, Baileys, Orijin Bitters, McDowell’s No.1, Gordon’s gin, and Master’s Choice; and beers under the Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, Guinness Extra Smooth, Guinness Africa Special, Dubic, Harp, and Satzenbrau brands. It also provides ready-to-drink products under the Smirnoff Ice, SNAPP, and Orijin brand names; and non-alcoholic drinks under the Malta Guinness, Malta Guinness Herbs Lite, Dubic Malt, Orijin Zero, and Malta Guinness Low Sugar brands. The company also exports its products. The company was incorporated in 1950 and is based in Lagos, Nigeria. Guinness Nigeria Plc is a subsidiary of Guinness Overseas Limited.

The company’s annual revenue is NGN 140.21billion (2018 estimate). The company has 1,332 employees during 2012. Guinness Nigeria competes with Nigerian Breweries PLC, East African Breweries Ltd., and Champion Breweries PLC.

329. National Foods Holdings

National Foods Holdings Limited engages in the milling of flour and maize in Zimbabwe. The company operates through Milling, Manufacturing and Distribution; and Properties segments. It engages in the manufacture of stock feeds, and vitamin and mineral premixes for stockfeed applications; and snacks. The company is also involved in the packaging and sale of fast-moving consumer and other general household goods, as well as warehousing and distribution of goods to the wholesale and retail markets. In addition, it leases its properties to business units in the milling, manufacturing and distribution segment, as well as to third parties. The company was founded in 1920 and is based in Harare, Zimbabwe. The company reported revenue of US$330 million for the 2018 financial year. There are presently 680 employees in the company.

330. Petromin Oils

Petromin Oils is a Moroccan company specialized in the production and marketing of lubricants, and the distribution of petroleum products throughout Morocco. A major and dynamic player in the oil sector, Petromin Oils of Morocco employs more than 500 people and has a network of around 100 service stations throughout the country. The company’s annual revenue is US$330 million.

331. South African Post Office

South Africa Post Office provides postal services and it is a state-owned company established in 1991. The Company offers mailing services, stamps, registered letters and mails, envelopes, aerograms, postcards, speed courier, and banking services. South Africa Post Office serves customers in South Africa. South Africa Post Office recorded revenue of R4.5 billion during 2018. It employs over 23,800 people and operates more than 2,486 postal outlets throughout the country and therefore has a presence in almost every single town and city in South Africa. Its main subsidiary is Postbank, a financial services provider, headed by Shaheen Adam.

332. Consolidated Infrastructure Group

Raoul David Gamsu founded Consolidated Infrastructure Group in 2007. It has its head office located in South Africa. The company supplies building materials in the construction industry. It operates through the following segments: Building Materials, Power, Oil and Gas, and Rail. The Building Materials segment includes heavy building materials to the construction industry. The Power segment supplies high voltage turnkey electrical substations, overhead power lines, renewable energy, and wind and solar products. The Oil and Gas segment provides waste management services for the industrial and natural resources exploration sectors. The Rail segment offers power maintenance solutions and railway electrification. The company’s annual revenue is R2.71billion (2018 estimate) and it has 1,520 employees.

333. Redal Veolia Services

Redal Veolia Services provides electricity and water supply and sanitation services in Morocco. The company offers power distribution; collection, supply, and treatment of drinking water from springs, groundwater, and borings; and sewage treatment and disposal in Rabat, Tangier, and Tétouan under separate concessions with local municipalities. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Rabat, Morocco. Redal SA operates as a subsidiary of Veolia Environnement S.A. The company reported revenue of US$328 million for the 2018 financial year.

334. NSIA Participations

NSIA Participations operates in insurance, banking and finance, and real estate businesses. It provides life insurance products; and non-life insurance products such as automotive, home and property, transport, and personal accident. The company also offers checking accounts, savings accounts, term deposits, savings certificates, and bank assurance products; commercial loans, personal loans, mortgages, and leasing; other services, such as transfers, foreign exchange, asset management, electronic banking, and money transfers; and financial engineering, trading, asset management, product portfolio management, and finance research services. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The company operates as a subsidiary of Manzi Finances S.A. The company reported revenue of US$327 million for the 2018 financial year.

335. Salam Gaz

Salam Gaz distributes butane and propane. The company is based in Rabat, Morocco. Salam Gaz S.A. operates as a subsidiary of Societe Anonyme Marocaine d’Industrie de Raffinage. The company was established in 1991. during 2018, the company’s annual revenue was US$326 million.

336. Puma Energy Zambia

Puma Energy Zambia engages in the marketing and distribution of petroleum products and lubricants to companies and retail customers in Zambia. The company offers fuel, lubricants, and other oil products for the mining and transportation sectors, as well as the aviation industry. It also operates a retail network of 57 sites. In addition, the company owns and operates 2 oil products storage terminals with a capacity of 23,700 cubic meters. The company was formerly known as BP Zambia plc before it changed its name to Puma Energy Zambia Plc in 2011. Puma Energy Zambia Plc head office is located in Zambia and its annual revenue is US$325million.

337. Sania Compagnie

Sania Compagnie is a joint venture between Wilmar International, Asia’s leading agribusiness group, and SIFCA Holding, a major specialist in the agricultural industry in Ivory Coast and neighboring countries. It is a leader in the production of refined palm oil products – olein, stearin, palm fatty acid distillate, and margarine – with the largest palm oil refining plant in Africa (daily output is 1,500 tonnes). It has an annual revenue of US$323million.

338. Délice Holding

Delice Holding SA engages in investment activities. Its activities include acquisition, underwriting, management, purchase and sale of securities and the establishment of companies. It offers refreshments, yoghurt, cheese, butter, and other dairy products through its subsidiaries Centrale Laitière du Cap-Bon, Société Centrale Laitière Du Nord, DELTA Plastic, La Centrale Laitière de Sidi-Bouzid, and Société Compagnie Fromagère. The company was founded by Mohamed Meddeb on May 16, 2013, and is headquartered in Tunis, Tunisia. Its annual revenue is US$323million.

339. Société des Mines de Tongon

Société des Mines de Tongon SA owns a gold project. The company is based in Ivory Coast. Société des Mines de Tongon SA operates as a subsidiary of Randgold Resources Limited. Société des Mines de Tongon annual revenue is US$319million.

340. Kibali Gold Mine

Kibali Goldmines owns and operates the Moto gold project and engages in gold mining. The company was formerly known as Borgakim Mining before it changed its name to Kibali Goldmines in May 2009. The company is based in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Kibali Goldmines operates as a subsidiary of Kibali (Jersey) Limited. Its annual revenue is US$319million (2018).

341. Maghrébail

Maghrébail Insurance offers insurance and asset management services. The Company offers motor, home, life, travel, education, and commercial insurance services, as well as financial advisory, portfolio and risk management, and investment consulting services. It has its head office in Morocco and its annual revenue is US$316million.

342. Transnet Pipelines

Transnet is an integrated freight transport company. It provides freight transport and handling services in South Africa. It operates through five divisions: Freight Rail, Engineering, National Ports Authority, Port Terminals, and Pipelines. The Freight Rail division transports freight, including agriculture and bulk liquids, containers and automotive, coal, iron ore and manganese, mineral mining and chrome, and steel and cement products, as well as maintain a rail network across South Africa that connects with other rail networks in the sub-Saharan region. The Pipelines division transports petroleum and gas products comprising crude oil, diesel, leaded and unleaded petrol, and aviation turbine fuels through its pipeline network. The company is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The company has 51,079 employees and during 2018, the company recorded revenue of US$316million. Transet was founded in 1965.

343. Novus Holdings

Novus Holdings manufactures tissue and printed products. It operates through the Print, Tissue, Packaging, and other segments. The Print segment refers to the printing of inserts and catalogues, magazines, newspapers, as well as book and directories. The Tissue segment provides tissue products. The Packaging segment offers labels and flexible plastic packaging products. The other segment offers security products. The company started business operation in 2000 and its head office is located in Cape Town, South Africa. The company has 2,340 employees and its annual revenue is R4.13billion (2018 estimate).

344. Raya Holding for Financial Investment (formerly RHCTT)

Raya Holding for Financial Investment is an Egypt-based investment conglomerate managing a diversified investment portfolio. It operates in the fields of information technology (IT), data center outsourcing, contact center, smart buildings, consumer electronics, social media development, food and beverage, land transport and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) remanufacturing. It operates through: Raya Smart Buildings, which develops commercial and office complexes; Raya IT, which provides IT business solutions; Raya International Services, which offers Oracle and systems applications and products (SAP) technology; and Raya Data Center, which provides data center solutions. Its annual revenue is US$312million (2018 estimate).

345. Distribution & Warehousing Network.

Distribution and Warehousing Network Limited operates in the building materials and fixtures sector. It operates through two segments, Trading, and Manufacturing. The company engages in the wholesale trading of hardware, sanitary ware, bathroom ware, plumbing, kitchen, and other building materials. It also manufactures engineering, civil products, piping systems, valves, and related accessories, as well as hardware, sanitary ware, plumbing, and kitchen products. It provides break-bulk distribution services through its fleet of approximately 260 vehicles and trailer. Warehousing Network Limited is headquartered in Germiston, the Republic of South Africa. The company has 1844 employees and recorded revenue of $312million at the end of the 2018 financial year.

346. Business Connexion Group

Business Connexion Group Limited is an investment holding company. It operates as an integrator of business solutions based on the information and communications technology primarily in South Africa. The company offers cloud computing and virtualization solutions such as computing, storage, data protection, network, VSAT, rapid application development, business intelligence, messaging payroll, recruitment, point of sale, SharePoint, learning solutions, talent management, Web content, and xAssess; and data centre services. Business Connexion Group Limited is based in Midrand, South Africa. Business Connexion Group Limited operates as a subsidiary of Telkom SA SOC Limited. The company’s annual revenue is US$311million.

347. Soc. de Limonaderies et Brasseries d’Afrique

Société de Limonaderies et Brasseries d’Afrique specializes in producing and selling beers and non-alcoholic beverages. The group’s activity is organized around 3 families of products: beer – Flag, Tuborg, Guiness, Bock Solibra, 33 Export, Castel and Beaufort names; carbonated beverages – Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Orangina, Ok Tip Top, Schweppes, and XXL Energy names; mineral water – Awa and Cristaline. Its head office is located in Ivory Coast and it recorded US$308million during 2018 financial year.

348. 11 (formerly Mobil Oil Nigeria)

11 plc markets petroleum products in Nigeria. The company operates through two segments, Petroleum Products Marketing, and Property Business. It sells petrol, diesel, aviation fuel, kerosene, and lubricants. The company distributes its products through service stations and distributors, as well as sells aviation fuel at Murtala Mohammed Airport. It also leases investment properties for office and residential use. The company was formerly known as Mobil Oil Nigeria plc and changed its name to 11 plc in May 2017. The company was incorporated in 1951 and is based in Lagos, Nigeria. during April 3, 2017, 11 plc is a subsidiary of Nipco Investments Limited. The company has 76 employees and its annual revenue is NGN164.61billion

349. Côte d’Ivoire Telecom

Cote d’Ivoire Telecom SA provides fixed-line telecommunication services. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Cote d’Ivoire Telecom SA operates as a subsidiary of FCR Cote d’Ivoire and its annual revenue is US$304million.

350. Palm Hills Development Company

Palm Hills Developments Company is a real estate company. It develops integrated residential, commercial real estate, and resort projects primarily in Egypt. The company is involved in building, constructing, owning, managing, leasing, selling, and reselling residential compounds and units, resorts, villas, hotels, motels, offices malls, and tourist villages. It also manages entertainment activities, as well as engages in the transformation of land into botanical gardens. In addition, the company engages in the purchase, development and sale of land; generation of electricity; desalination of water; finance leasing; and real estate investment and marketing activities. The company was established in 1997 and its head office in Cairo, Egypt. The company’s annual revenue is US$304million (2018 estimate).

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