Central African Corridor Company (CACC)

Zambia Infrastructure

Central African Corridor Company (“CACC”) was established to develop a new 4.4-hectare inland logistics terminal at Kapiri Mposhi in Zambia in partnership with the Tanzania Zambia Railway Authority (“Tazara”). 

We are invested in Central African Corridor Company (CACC) through African Infrastructure Investment Fund III, which is managed by Africa Infrastructure Investment Managers. For further information on the fund, the fund manager, and the expected impact of the fund’s investment, click here.

Key facts


Since 2012, we’ve only invested in Africa and South Asia. Investments outside these regions are from our pre-2012 portfolio.


We have seven priority sectors. However, we continue to invest outside these sectors, largely in the most challenging regions, as new investment supporting any sector helps to underpin the private sector, and create jobs and livelihoods for people.

Investment type

We provide capital in three broad ways: direct equity, debt, and intermediated equity (principally through investment funds).

Intermediated investment
African Infrastructure Investment Fund III
Fund Manager:
Africa Infrastructure Investment Managers
Start date

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For funds, this is the date that CDC committed capital to the fund.

For underlying fund investments, this is the date that the fund invested capital into the business.e

May 2019

This is the investee company’s place of incorporation; or a fund’s jurisdiction.