Africa's Richest in 2014

Name

Net Worth
in $

ProfessionCountryDate of Birth
Aliko
Dangote

25

billion

Owner Dangote Group Nigeria 1957
Johann 
Rupert
7.6 billion Chairman Swiss-based luxury-goods company Richemont and South Africa-based Remgro South Africa 1950
Nicky Oppenheimer 6.7 million Sold his family's 40% stake in diamond business, De Beers. Invests now through Tana Africa Capital, a $300 million private equity joint venture with Singapore state investor Temasek. South Africa 1945
Nassef
Sawiris
6.7 billion CEO Orascom Construction Industries Egypt 1961

Mike
Adenuga

4.6

billion

Owner Globacom and Conoil Producing. Nigeria 1953
Isabel Dos Santos

3.7

billion

Stake holder in blue chip Angolan and Portuguese companies, such as Unitel, Angolan Bank BIC SA, ZON Optimus and Banco BPI. Azerbaijan/Angola 1973
Issad Rebrab 3.2 billion Stake holder Algeria's family owned conglomerate Cevital (sugar, refining, port terminals, car distribution, mining, agriculture) Algeria 1944
Christoffel Wiese

3.2

billion

Chairman/largest share holder Shoprite Holdings, supermarkets. Stake holder Pepkor, fashion brands, plus owner of Lanzerac Manor and Winery, 5 star hotel and share holder of Brait, private equity South Africa 1941
Nathan Kirsh

3.1

billion

Founder Jetro Holdings, food/household wholesale products,  South Africa/Swazi 1932
Mohamed Mansour 3.1 billion Owner Mansour Group, which owns largest GM dealership, supermarket chain in Egypt. Real estate development Palm Hills and Philip Morris franchise in Egypt. Egypt 1948

Source: Forbes

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