Every time you look at the top 10 African rich people, you have to expect to see Patrice Motsepe, as he has been consistent about making his billions. His way of doing business can only be an inspiration to many people across the world, as he's not afraid to try new things and take calculated risks. Motsepe is one of the most respected people in Africa, as he's able to make business sound decisions that lead his companies to success every year. We will be getting to know him a bit better, especially his assets, net worth, age, etc.
Patrice Tlhopane Motsepe was born on the 28th of January 1962 in Ga-Rankuwa, Pretoria, South Africa, which means he's 59-years-old this year. He's a South African billionaire mining magnate. Also, he's the founder and chairman of the African Rainbow Minerals - which is a mining company based in South Africa. It deals will platinum and platinum group metals, iron, coal, copper and gold. Mining is a lucrative business in Mzansi, hence Motsepe cannot miss out on getting his bag in this industry.
Motsepe's father is Augustine Motsepe and his mother is Key Motsepe. Also, he's a brother to Tshepo Motsepe who's married to the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, which makes Ramaphosa his brother-in-law. Motsepe completed his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Swaziland and a Bachelor of Law from Wits University.
Motsepe is married to Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe and they have three children together, namely Thlopie, Kgosi and Kabelo. Just more information about his wife is that she's a businesswoman, physician and philanthropist. When it comes to Motsepe's net worth, it's $2.1 billion (R31 288 740 000), hence's regarded as one of the richest men in Mzansi and even Africa.
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