A holdings and investment company active in real estate, construction and infrastructure, industry and hotels.
The company's subsidiary, Danya Cebus, has been involved in several construction projects in settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory. In 1999, the company won a tender to build 72 housing units in the settlement neighborhood Har Homa in occupied East Jerusalem. In 2004, the company won a tender to build 2,500 housing units in “Green Park” neighborhood, located in Modi’in Ilit settlement.
In 2008, the subsidiary was involved in a construction project in the settlement of Maaleh Adumim in the occupied West Bank.
In October 2010, in an official letter to Who Profits, Africa-Israel stated: “Neither the company nor any of its subsidiaries and/or other companies controlled by the company are presently involved in or has any plans for future involvement in development, construction or building of real estate in settlements in the West Bank.” However, the company soon after received a 78 million shekel contract to construct the C-Jerusalem project in the settlement neighborhood of Gilo in East Jerusalem. Danya Cebus was the project’s contractor. The C-Jerusalem project includes 121 housing units and its construction was completed in 2014.
In addition, the company is involved in building the “Nofei Hasela” neighborhood in the settlement of Ma’ale Adumim.
The company is also involved in multiple projects with the Israeli Ministry of Defense and the Israeli army. The company is a contractor with the Israeli military and the Ministry of Defense. Its military projects include the construction of “Kiryat Hatikshuv” in Be’er Sheva, which will be a “smart” army base operated by the Israeli army. The subsidiary Alom-Danya is involved in conducting aluminum works in a military base in the Naqab (Negev) area.
Company subsidiary Geo Danya is involved in the construction of three sections of an underground wall around the besieged Gaza Strip under a Ministry of Defense contract valued at 770 million NIS.
Another subsidiary, Cebus- Rimon is involved in the construction of a military training city. This subsidiary was also involved in the construction of the Tel Aviv Jerusalem Fast Train (A1) route, which crosses into the occupied West Bank in two sections.
Additionally, another subsidiary of Africa Israel, P.L.H. Lighting Engineering, supplies lighting poles to construction projects in the settlements. P.L.H. has provided 18 and 25 meter high lightning poles to the Jerusalem light rail, which connects the city center with the surrounding settlement neighborhoods. P.L.H lightning poles were also documented in A-Jib Checkpoint and along the entrance road to the settlement of Gush Etzion.