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5 Richest 'Africans' In The World |

5-Patrice Motsepe - Motsepe is South Africa’s first known black billionaire and he is the founder of African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), Which is a mining company that has interests in the mining of platinum, nickel, chrome, iron, coal, copper and gold. He also has shares in African Rainbow Capital, which is a private equity firm that focuses on investments in financial services. Motsepe is worth over 2.3 Billion Dollars.

4-Strive Masiyiwa - Masiyiwa is the founder of Zimbabwe's largest provider of telecommunications services called Econet, Econet has more than 10 Million Subscribers in different african countries including Zimbabwe, Botswana, Burundi and Lesotho. Masiyiwa has a networth of over 2.4 Billion Dollars.

Robert F. Smith - Smith is a former Goldman Sachs executive, he is also the founder of private equity firm called Vista Equity Partners that focuses on investing in software companies, The Vista equity firm has over $46 billion in assets and is one of the best-performing private equity firms in the world. Robert Smith has a networth of over 5 Million Dollars.

2-Mike Adenuga - Adenuga is the second richest black man in the world, Adeniga is a Nigeria born business man who made most of his money from Oil and mobile telecommunications. Adeniga is reportedly worth 9.1 Billion Dollars.

1-Aliko Dangote - Dangote is a Nigerian born Business man who started earning his fortune from trading in Sugar, Flour and Cement. He later started trading in oil and currently has one of the biggest private oil refineries in Africa. Aliko Dangote has an estimated networth of over 10.9 Billion Dollars.

There are other Rich Black Billionaires in the world, These are just the most high profile ones that I am inspired by.

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