Lesedi is a proudly South African Level three B-BBEE, Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company executing turnkey engineering projects as well as providing maintenance services in the power generation, oil and gas and mining industries. Lesedi provides effective solutions for bespoke projects and takes projects from concept and basic design to detailed engineering, procurement, project and contract management, installation and commissioning.

Cape Towninfo@lesedins.co.za(+27) 21 525 1300http://www.lesedins.co.za


Year founded: 2001
Black Shareholding: 48.57%
Staff: 276
Women: 26.09%
Black people: 61.96%
Branches: Head Office: 12 Edison Way, Century Gate, Century City, Cape Town. Site Offices: Koeberg Nuclear Power Station (Western Cape) and Medupi Coal Power Station (Lephalale, Limpopo)Office and Gauteng Office: River Falls Office Park, Wild Olive Building (1st Floor) 262 Rose Avenue, Centurion.
Memberships: French Chamber of Commerce, Cape Chamber of Commerce, ANC Progressive Business Forum (PBF) and NIASA.
Directors: Guy Mottram (Group Five), Makole Mupita (Independent Non-Executive Director)
Ludovic Devos and Francois Billot (Framatome), Jayendra Naidoo (J&J)


Lesedi has bursaries offered to 9 employees to upskill themselves and acquire new knowledge in their field of study. Business Administration and Project Management learnership programmes to 12 learners, as well as Apprenticeship programme of 47 learners toward mechanical fitter and artisan training.

At Lesedi we consider corporate social investment (CSI) an integral part of our business and are eager to embrace its role as a good corporate citizen through various initiatives and have a positive impact on the youth, as well as the communities in which we operate.
We recognize that CSI has the potential to improve organizational reputation, improve labour conditions, reduce socio-economic risks in the external environment, build trust and relations with stakeholders.

Our business value of CSI and the impact it has on communities are not mutually exclusive concepts.
Accordingly- Lesedi has committed R300k towards the upgrade and refurbishment of Atlantis high school science lab. This, to provide the school with a fully functioning and equipped science lab/center which will assist the teachers with providing meaningful quality education to the learners. This will assist the learners with exploring the science field and equip themselves with new knowledge and skill,  and also offer an opportunity for them to pursue science and engineering related studies at higher institutions of learning, with the hope to have a life-long sustainable impact on their overall lives


BBBEE procurement spend: 98.31%
51% Black owned Entities: 68.69%
30% Black women owned entities: 32.84%
Qualifying Small Enterprise (QSE): 11.36%
Exempted Micro Enterprise (EME): 19.98%

Francis Carruthers, CEO at Lesedi Nuclear Services