ABOUT US

African Circular Business Alliance (ACBA) is a fact-based organization that uses intensive research to galvanize the African business community in multiple sectors with the purpose of providing technical assistance, circular business growth strategies, decarbonization pathways and access to funding for eco-friendly African businesses, to build a sustainable, profitable and scalable circular market in Africa with long-term impact and a Race-To-Zero commitment.

Through its directors, ACBA applies its respected thought leadership and effective advocacy to generate constructive long-term solutions and take shared action to drive business action on sustainability in the coming decade and beyond.

Mission

Building the largest sustainable business movement to accelerate climate action, profitable circular economy and business growth in Africa

Vision

To be a leading organization with successful track records in building sustainable and profitable circular markets/economies in Africa

OUR CAUSE

To protect the environment and build a circular business movement in Africa that understands the importance of profitable circular economy, green innovation, and the conservation of natural resources.

Africa is the second-largest and second-most-populous continent on Earth, with a population of 1.3 billion people as of 2018. It accounts for about 16% of the human population on Earth and is the only continent with the highest percentage of young people. Africa’s fast-growing population and markets present unique opportunities for business in an environment of slowing global growth. At the same time, innovation and business investments are essential to meet Africa’s unfulfilled demand for goods and services, close the gaps in its infrastructure, create jobs, and decrease poverty.

Unfortunately, the climate crisis poses a grave danger to the economic growth of Africa, its people and future generations. According to the United Nations Fact Sheet on Climate Change, Africa is the continent most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Already experiencing temperature increases of approximately 0.7°C over much of the continent, and with predictions that temperatures will rise further. Africa is facing a wide range of impacts, including increased drought and floods. Soon, climate change will contribute to a severe humanitarian crisis and decreases in food production, floods and inundation of its coastal zones and deltas, changes in natural ecosystems and loss of biodiversity.

To mitigate the climate crisis and its effect in Africa, climate resilience and adaptation through green investment and decarbonization mechanisms must be strategically deployed/implemented in the following sectors below.

Investment Sectors

Energy

Transportation

Food

Buildings

Satellite/Telecom

Conservation

Digitalization

Recycling

Decarbonization Sectors

INDUSTRY
Steel

INDUSTRY
Aluminium

INDUSTRY
Concrete/Cement

TRANSPORT
Aviation

TRANSPORT
Shipping

TRANSPORT
Trucking

GOALS & IMPACT

Our initiatives are in line with the following UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

THEORY OF CHANGE

OUR TEAM

HIGH-LEVEL

We're a multi-national team with diverse professional backgrounds and business experiences working together as a united force to create the right sustainable impact in Africa and the world

ACBA Executives (10)

Miguel Peters

Chief Executive Officer

ACBA Executives (9)

Dr Gamuchirai Mutezo (PhD)

Chief Operations Officer

Director of Circular Business Models

ACBA Executives (8)

Nair de Sousa

Chief Compliance Officer

Director for Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage

ACBA Executives

Dr Avit Bhowmik (PhD)

Risk and Environmental Studies

Advisory

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We at the African Circular Business Alliance, believe that there is strength in numbers and that sum is greater than our individual efforts. Our team work together across our Head-Quarters/Central-Unit to create maximum impact in catalyzing circular business growth, leadership and climate action in Africa and the world.

GOVERNANCE

OUR WAY

LEGAL REGISTRATION – MULTINATIONAL
Headquartered in South Africa
Reg. No: K2022512931 (For-Impact-Organization)
Tax No: 9241059261

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE POLICY & CODE OF CONDUCT
The Board Members and Executives of the African Circular Business Alliance(ACBA) are committed to the promotion of Good Corporate Governance together with Corporate Social Responsibility as well as being committed to creating long-term, value-added impact through building a profitable and sustainable circular economy in Africa.
Download the Corporate Governance Policy and Code of Conduct (PDF)

ANTI-CORRUPTION COMPLIANCE POLICY
The anti-corruption rules of South Africa and other countries where we conduct business—commonly referred to as “Anti-Corruption Laws”—are to be followed in letter and spirit by the African Circular Business Alliance (ACBA). Anyone operating on behalf of ACBA or any of its divisions or subsidiaries is not permitted to compromise this policy. The actions of ACBA are therefore to be founded on honesty, integrity, respect, and conformity with all applicable laws, particularly those laws that prevent corruption.
Download the Anti-Corruption Compliance Policy (PDF)

WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION POLICY
The African Circular Business Alliance requires Board members, executives and employees to observe high standards of business and personal ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities. As employees and representatives of the African Circular Business Alliance, we must practice honesty and integrity in fulfilling our responsibilities and comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
Download the WhistleBlower Protection Policy (PDF)

MARKET SENSITIVE INFORMATION POLICY
This document sets out the principles, policies and procedures by which the African Circular Business Alliance aims to protect Market Sensitive Information (MSI) and guide our board members, executives and staff on how they should handle any information they receive or generate that they suspect may amount to MSI.
Download the Market Sensitive Information Policy (PDF)

ACBA SUBSIDAIRY COMPANIES