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Young richest business men and women in south africa 2021

Vusi Thembekwayao

Vusi's net worth is around $36.4 million (R530 million). He was only 25 years when he joined the under 30 South African millionaires' group. He managed an R400mn department in a multinational company at 25 but currently owns a boutique and serves as a director in a listed company at 36. The business magnate and motivational speaker enlighten people worldwide about leadership, strategy, and sales. He charges R100k per event for over 100 yearly motivation speaking invitations.

Ludwick Marishane

He appeared in the Forbes 30 under African millionaires at the age of 25. Marishane invented a biodegradable and odourless gel that cleans the body without water when he was in high school and wrote a business plan in his first year at the university. Ludwick established Headboy Industries to make and pack DryBath in small quantities for affordability. He graduated with a Bachelor of Business Science in accounting and finance from the University of Cape Town. Ludwick Marishane net worth is between $10-50 million.

Adii Pienaar

Adii Pienaar net worth is over $5 million. The Woothemes company's co-founder makes around $2 million annual revenue. The 34-year-old established it in 2007 at the age of 20. It developed unique and customized plug-ins and themes for WordPress, Tumblr, and more companies. Adii and his partners sold Woothemes to Automatic for a $30 million deal. He established PublicBeta company to create a platform for successful business people to mentor young local startups.

 Rapelang Rabana

She graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in business science (computer science speciality). Rabana co-founded Cape Town's best software company named Yeigo Communications, after graduating The 39-year-old entrepreneur owns and runs a learning company called Rekindle Learning that implements technology in its teaching and training techniques. Forbes listed Rapelang under Under 30 Africa’s Best Young Entrepreneurs, and her net worth is over $4 million.

Cassper Nyovest

Refiloe Maele Phooloamong is the youngest millionaire musician in Mzansi. Cassper Nyovest net worth stands at $3 million, which is around R800 million. The 30-year-old rapper from Mafikeng drives a Mercedes Benz van and two Bentleys.


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