President cyril ramaphosa is implicated in a scandal involving the suspected theft of bucks from his phalaphala property, making him one of the most well-known figures in south africa at the moment. But how much exactly is the president of South Africa worth? Cyril ramaphosa is not only the president of south africa; he is also one of the richest people in the United States, with an estimated fortune of r6.6 billion. Prior to assuming the role of president, Ramaphosa was a successful businessman, primarily known for raising an unique breed of farm animals that may be sold at auction on his farm for several millions of dollars. In addition to some of the enterprises that the Soweto-born Venda business entrepreneur owns, here are a few that are less well-known. The president owns a variety of well-known corporations, including McDonald's, Coca-Cola, the Commonwealth Bank, Liberty, and the renowned Lonmin Corporation.
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