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Lunar Capital is a black owned and managed Investment Management Company based in South Africa. Our core purpose is to meaningfully impact the investment culture of the communities and people whose lives we touch.

We strive to encourage our clients to positively impact their futures through investing in businesses that embrace technology and innovation.

About us

Our Purpose is to meaningfully impact the investment culture of the communities and people whose lives we touch. We aim to continually learn and to apply our learning to invest, and find meaningful enjoyment in the returns from our investments and in sharing our learning with others, impacting our country’s investment culture.

Our Services

Lunar Capital is an investment management business managing a fund focused on building wealth over the long-term. We select key investment themes, which guide our investment horizon. Investment decisions and portfolio construction is based on selecting businesses that support these investment themes and that we assess to offer value at the prices that are offered.

Contact us

To get in touch, call us on +27 83 3057860; email us at sabir@lunarcapital.co.za or click on the button below and we will get back to you.

Companies We Invest In

Investment Insight

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Time for a Rest

December 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Listen to the podcast Transcript In a few days, many people will be taking some time off from work for their annual vacation. That is of course if [...]

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Good Markets, Bad Markets

November 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Market Overview The market has been on a roller coaster ride over the last 3 months, showing good gains in August, but having a significant pull-back in September and October, both locally and offshore. [...]

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Active vs Passive

October 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Market Overview A struggling local economy, flight of capital from emerging markets to developed markets, a volatile Rand and generally low or negative growth in company earnings have been the main drivers of the poor [...]