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Jun 07, 2012

Enzani Technologies

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Enzani Technologies, an 80%-black-owned company established in 2005, is involved in electrical construction, control and instrumentation construction, electrical panel manufacturing and energy management. The remainder of the company’s equity is held by Anglo American through Anglo Zimele.

The 75-employee company was the overall winner in 2009 of the Technology for Women Business Award, sponsored by the Department of Trade and Industry, as well as the TWIB Medium-Sized Companies Award.

Enzani Technologies, the head office of which is in Ormonde Extension, in Johannesburg, also has a branch in Kuruman, in the Northern Cape.

The company’s activities entail the design, supply and installation of low-voltage electrical panels, the supply and installation of substations, transformers, uninterruptible power supply systems and lighting, as well as the supply and installation of electrical and instrumentation.

Edited by: Martin Zhuwakinyu
Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor
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