SA firm buys half of BA ISAGO

BA ISAGO continues to grow
BA ISAGO continues to grow

South Africa’s leading private tertiary education provider, Curro Holdings confirmed yesterday that it has acquired 50% of homegrown higher education entity, BA ISAGO University. The Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed firm said in a brief statement yesterday that the transaction will be facilitated through Curro’s wholly-owned subsidiary, the Embury Institute for Higher Education.

Two weeks ago, the Competition Authority issued a merger notice on the proposed acquisition.

“The Competition Authority has received a merger notification for the proposed acquisition of 50% of the shares in BA ISAGO University (Pty) Ltd by Wenge (Pty) Ltd,” read the notice.

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