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Mamokete is the founder and CEO of Mamor Capital a boutique transaction advisory firm focussing on mergers and acquisitions as well as project finance transactions. Mamor Capital’s offering includes deal structuring of debt and equity transactions for small to medium sized enterprises and capital raising activities. The investment arm of the business has a strong focus on technology and energy sectors.


Prior to this role, Mamokete was the Executive Head in M&A division at Vodacom Group, responsible for evaluating and executing acquisition opportunities and any other corporate activity, in line with the Vodacom strategy. Her career journey includes working for Cazenove (SA) Corporate Finance division, National Empowerment Fund, Vantage Capital and the Development Bank of Southern Africa.

Mamokete’s career journey spans across corporate finance advisory, private equity investments, mezzanine and infrastructure project finance. Her experience in investment banking entailed sourcing new investment opportunities, analysis of investment proposals, recommendations of risk mitigations, deal structuring, and negotiation of financing agreements to facilitate deal closure and post investment management of deal portfolio.

She was the winner of the Association of Black Securities Investment Professional (“ABSIP”) Project Financier of the Year (Individual Category) Award for 2014. Recipient of the African Distinguished Women Leadership Excellence Awards 2017 of the Centre for Economic and Leadership Development (Amazons Watch Magazine’s Africa’s 25 Distinguished Women in Leadership 2017)

She is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Bell Equipment Ltd; A Non-Executive director of Novate Advisory (Pty) Ltd; She is a member of the Institute of Directors Southern Africa; A member of the International Women’s Forum South Africa (“IWFSA”); and a member of the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (“ABSIP”).

She is a former member of the Board of Trustees for Vodacom Provident Fund, former member of the Investment Sub Committee for Vodacom Provident and Pension Fund; and former deputy chairperson of the Vodacom Women Network Forum.

Mamokete’s principles are premised on the belief that recognizes the value of diversity in thinking and collaboration as well as embracing unique attributes in everyone.


She has Master of Arts in Leading Innovation and Change, York St John University (UK) and Masters Degree

(Development Finance), University of Stellenbosch Business School, BCom Honours (Finance and Accounting)