Businesses Owned By Stephen Bradley Saad

Businesses Owned By Stephen Bradley Saad. Stephen Bradley Saad is a South African billionaire businessman. Stephen Bradley Saad was born in June 1964, and raised in Durban, South Africa. He attended the Durban High School in Durban. He graduated from the University of Natal, where he received a Bachelor of Commerce. He played rugby in Ireland and studied to become a chartered accountant. He started his career at Quickmed, a prescription drug distribution company in black townships during apartheid. At the age of twenty-nine, he sold his share in Covan Zurich for US$3 million, thus becoming a millionaire. According to Entrepreneur Mag, Saad has an estimated net worth of R16. 3 Billion. Below are some of the businesses owned by Stephen Saad.

Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited

Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited is a multinational South African holding company for pharmaceutical concerns, and the largest drug company in Africa. In 1997, together with Gus Attridge, Saad co-founded Aspen Pharmacare, a public company traded on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. It has become the largest producer of generic medicines on the African continent. He serves as its chief executive and Gus Attridge as its deputy chief executive, and serves on its board of directors.

Dulini Private Game Reserve

Situated in Sabi Sands Game Reserve bordering the legendary Kruger National Park, Dulini Private Game Reserve (formerly known as Exeter Private Game Reserve) is part of one of the greatest conservation areas in the world. Dulini Private Reserve consists of 3 luxury South Africa safari lodges catering to all tastes. Where ever its clients stay, they will experience the service and luxury of a colonial style African safari evocative of a bygone era.

Kama Industries Limited (KIL)

Kama Industries Limited (KIL) is a private company incorporated in 1993 under the Companies Code 1963 of Ghana. KIL commenced operations in 2009 carrying on the business of manufacturing pharmaceutical products for sale in the Ghanaian market. KIL was an indigenous Ghanaian Pharmaceutical Company which was originally owned by Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo, an accomplished and a distinguished Ghanaian Pharmacist. In May 2015, Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited, a pharmaceutical company based in South Africa, acquired majority shareholding.

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