Here Is The List Of Africa’s Top 30 Richest People

Pull your jaw back from the ground and yes you’ve heard it, Billionaires! Forbes Magazine has released its annual list of world’s top billionaires in Africa. Isn’t this amazing? The richest 29 Africans are worth a total of $94 billion. You better recognize them because they mean business and their bank accounts say it all.

Here they are………………

Aliko Dangote

1. Aliko Dangote, $15.7 billion Nigerian, Cement, Flour, Sugar
2. Johann Rupert & Family $7.4 billion South African Luxury Goods
3. Nicky Oppenheimer & Family $6.7 billion South African Diamonds
4. Christoffel Wiese $6.3 billion South African Retail
5.Nassef Sawiris $6.3 billion Egyptian Construction
6.Mike Adenuga $4 billion Nigerian Telecoms and Oil
7.Mohamed Mansour $4 billion Egyptian Diversified
8.Nathan Kirsh $3.9 billion Swaziland Real Estate
9.Isabel Dos Santos $3.1 billion Angolan Investments
10.Issad Rebrab $3.1 billion Algerian Diversified
11.Naguib Sawiris $3.1 billion Egyptian Telecoms
12.Youssef Mansour $2.9 billion Egyptian Diversified
13.Koos Bekker $2.3 billion South African Media
14.Othman Benjelloun $2.3 billion Moroccan Banking
15.Yasseen Mansour $2.3 billion Egyptian Diversified
16.Patrice Motsepe $2.1 billion South African Mining
17.Stephen Saad $2.1 billion South African Pharmaceuticals
18.Mohamed Al Fayed $2 billion Egyptian Property
19.Folorunsho Alakija $1.9 billion Nigerian Oil
20.Onsi Sawiris $1.8 billion Egyptian Diversified
21.Aziz Akhannouch $1.7 billion Moroccan Diversified
22.Allan Gray $1.6 billion South African Investments
23.Miloud Chaabi $1.3 billion Moroccan Diversified
24.Mohammed Dewji $1.3 billion Tanzanian Diversified
25.Samih Sawiris $1.1 billion Egyptian Property
26.Sudhir Ruparelia $1.1 billion Ugandan Property, Banking
27.Femi Otedola $1 billion Nigerian Gas Stations
28.Abdulsamad Rabiu $1 billion Nigerian Diversified
29.Rostam Azizi $1 billion Tanzanian Telecoms

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