NEWS FEEDS 2018-06-13T12:13:53+00:00

Tiger Brands CEO Departure

First Avenue’s CIO and portfolio manager, Hlelo Giyose recently commented on the stepping down of Peter Matlare as CEO of Tiger Brands.  Listen to the interview with Bruce Whitfield on Cape Talk and 702 by clicking here.

First Avenue Institute Launch

On 29th June, 2015, First Avenue launched its Corporate Social Investment Initiative, The First Avenue Institute.  The objective of the institute is to stimulate interest in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics for less privileged schoolgirls.  We achieve this through a one-week school camp for learners at the University of Johannesburg TechnoLab.  For our […]

Investment Forum 2015

On 6th May, 2015, First Avenue hosted its 2nd Annual Investment Forum at Four Seasons Hotel (The Westcliff) in the leafy suburb of Westcliff in Johannesburg.  The agenda included talks and panel discussions by our associates from Group of Boutique Asset Managers (a member only association of boutique managers worldwide) members who are experts in […]

Stock Pick Monday

First Avenue’s analyst, Nadim Mohamed, appeared on The Money Show on Radio 702 to give his stock picks for the week.  These were Vodacom, EOH Holdings and AVI.  Click here to listen to his interview with Bruce Whitfield.




Insights on Naspers

First Avenue’s analyst, Nadim Mohamed, appears on Radio 702 to discuss his views on why Naspers has become an emerging market juggernaut.  Click here to listen to the interview

Investment Forum 2014

On 15th May, 2014, First Avenue hosted its inaugural investor conference at The Munro boutique hotel in the leafy suburb of Houghton in Johannesburg.  The agenda included talks by our International advisory panel members who are experts in their respective industries.


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Mobile Price War

Cell C has slashed prepaid call rates to 66 cents per minute this in response to a mobile price war underway in South Africa. Nadim Mohamed from First Avenue Investment Management joins CNBC Africa for his take on the matter.

Whatsapp and VoIP Calls

The world’s biggest messaging service WhatsApp, plans to add voice calls to its product this year after just being purchased by Facebook for R19 billion. Nadim Mohamed joining CNBC Africa to discuss this topic.  View below or click here.