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TEXAF, an investor in the Democratic Republic of Congo

TEXAF is an investment company listed on Euronext (Brussels) that aspires to be one of the main economic players in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
It possesses and develops sizeable real estate assets in Kinshasa, mainly around the UTEXAFRICA site. Its industrial ambitions are currently centred on the sandstone quarry in Kinshasa (CARRIGRES). TEXAF also aims to play a major role in Congo’s revival by driving new investment projects in services, agriculture and industry.

Added on 28.02.2019

Sharp increase in earnings driven by exceptional items. Launch of TEXAF DIGITAL


Added on 28.12.2018

The Board of Directors regrets to acknowledge the resignation of its Vice-Chairman, Herman De Croo, effective 31 December 2018.


Added on 21.12.2018

by investing EUR 1 million in the new venture capital fund PARTECH AFRICA


Added on 09.11.2018

Texaf has published its interim statement for the 3rd quarter.


Added on 08.10.2018
Semaine belge

The Texaf-Bilembo Center has hosted, from 3rd till 6th October, the 1st edition of the Belgian Week in Kinshasa: 4 days of conferences and trade fair on the theme *Know-how and creativity: a Belgian-C


Added on 07.09.2018

Return to break-even for CARRIGRES and capital gain on sale of a plot generate a result before deferred taxes of 4 M EUR


Added on 08.05.2018

In consultation with UTEXAFRICA


Added on 06.04.2018

The 2017 annual report and the documents for the General Meeting of Shareholders of Tuesday May 8th 2018 are available on this site.


Added on 23.02.2018

Texaf stabilised its recurring operating result at EUR 7 m against the backdrop of differing performances for real estate and quarrying activities in an increasingly difficult context.


Added on 10.11.2017

Texaf has published its interim statement for the 3rd quarter


Added on 15.09.2017
Kin Artstudio

Kin ArtSudio, an artist collective housed in the TEXAF compound in Kinshasa, is showing "Young Congo, A New Generation of Visual Artists in Congo", an exhibition of 11 artists curated by Vis