The PSL is home to one of the richest club owners in Africa, but in this short article well take a close look at the top 10 richest PSL bosses, long standing Patrice Motsepe has finally been dethroned.
10. Farook Kadoodia - Martizburg United
Farook current net worth is currently sitting on $4,7 million making him the tenth richest PSL club boss.
9. Royal Bafokeng - Platinum Stars
Bafokeng total net worth is $6 million
8. John Comitts - Cape Town City
The Citizens chairman has a total net worth is R133 million, thanks to his many corporations and total assists.
7. Kazier Motaung - Kazier Chiefs
Being chairman of the most popular club in the country its no surprise that he would make this list, with a total net worth of R145 million.
6. Khulu Sibiya - SuperSport United
Sibiya is a seasoned business man and a consultant to RCP media, he’s total estimated net worth is R180 million.
4. Brian Joffe - Bidvest Wits
Joffe has a total net worth of $15 million, he is also chairman of over 5 cooperation’s.
3. Irvin Khoza - Orlando Pirates
Khoza has a total net worth of R167,7 million, thanks to Pirates strong brand and his vast property portfolio.
2. Patrice Motsepe - Mamelodi Sundowns
Motsepe is the second richest PSL boss, he is also big in the minning industry and is the CAF president his net worth is $2.5 billion.
1. Johann Rupert - Stellies
Rupert is the richest PSL boss of all time after he dethroned Motsepe of that status when he took over the Stellies his total estimated net worth is $108 billion.
Which other PSL bosses do you think will make this list in the near future? Please share your thoughts on the comment section down below.
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