About Us

Janus Continental Group (JCG) is an international conglomerate, comprised of market-leading companies in the Energy, Hospitality and Real Estate sectors. We identify potential then harness and share it through our world-class businesses, sustainably, ethically and responsibly.

We are an African success story, we have a 30-year track record of growth and success across Africa and Europe with operations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Mauritius, South Sudan, Tanzania, the United Kingdom and Zambia among others.

Key investments include a 105MW power plant, a 35,000 sq metres mall, a 120-room luxury resort, a 1,200-acre game ranch and a number of upcoming commercial and real estate projects in progress.

JCG’s success is based on its dedicated people, entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to the highest corporate standards. We employ over 2,000 people of 20 different nationalities, bringing together both international and local expertise. Thousands more are engaged with us through subcontracted companies across the region.

We believe that our investment in people and communities serves as a catalyst in unlocking the great potential of Africa. Beyond our commercial activities, we are developing human skills and investing in projects and initiatives that offer equal opportunities to our communities. Our key focus areas include: education, health, community development and the conservation of wildlife and the environment.

Recent posts

JCG Statement
In response to yesterday’s misleading reporting regarding Mr Humphrey Kariuki’s attendance in court, we clarify the facts below.
Government to Set Aside 750 Acres for the Conservation of the Critically Endangered Mountain Bongo
Nanyuki 8th July 2019… The Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife will set aside over 750 acres of land within Mount
GLAE Celebrates 7th Anniversary in style with Uganda’s Kabulasoke Solar Power Park Development
GLAE celebrates its 7th anniversary with yet another feather on its projects development cap following the completion of a US$25million solar power generating plant in Kabulasoke, Uganda.