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29 richest people in Africa

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Forbes has recently released the 2015 list of the richest people in the world. There are 29 Africans on the list. This list includes those who earn above 1 billion dollars.  The South African mining magnet Desmond Sacco and the Moroccan business man Anas Sefrioui have not made the cut, but this year saw the inclusion of new people.

This includes the Tanzanian Mohamed Dewji (39 years) who is involved in textile and the Nigerian Femi Otedola (50 years) who runs the company Fort oil.

The list includes two women Folorunsho Alakija (Nigeria) and Isabel dos Santos (Angola)

The list has 7 south Africans, 5 Nigerians, 8 Egyptians, 3 Moroccans. The list is dominated by english speaking people.

 

Here is the list according to Forbes :

 

1) Aliko Dangote: 15,7 milliards de dollars (Nigeria)

2) Johann Rupert et famille: 7,4 milliards de dollars (Afrique du Sud)

3) Nicky Oppenheimer et famille : 6,7 milliards de dollars (Afrique du Sud)

4) Christoffel Wiese:  $ 6,3 billion (South Africa)

5) Nassef Sawiris: $ 6,3 Billion  (Egypt)

6) Mike Adenuga: $ 4 Billion (Nigeria)

7) Mohamed Mansour: $ 4 Billion (Egypt)

8) Nathan Kirsh: $ 3, 9 Billion (Swaziland)

9) Isabel Dos Santos: $ 3,1 Billion (Angola)

10) Issad Rebrab: $ 3,1 Billion (Algérie)

11) Naguib Sawiris: $ 3,1 Billion (Egypte)

12) Youssef Mansour: $ 2,9 Billion (Egypte)

13) Koos Bekker: $ 2,3 Billion (South Africa)

14) Othman Benjelloun: $ 2,3 Billion  (Morocco)

15) Yasseen Mansour: $ 2,3 Billion (Egypt)

16) Patrice Motsepe: $ 2,1 Billion (South Africa)

17) Stephen Saad: $ 2,1 Billion (South Africa)

18) Mohamed Al Fayed: $ 2 Billion (Egypt)

19) Folorunsho Alakija: $ 1,9 Billion (Nigeria)

20) Onsi Sawiris: $ 1,8 Billion (Egypt)

21) Aziz Akhannouch: $ 1,7 Billion (Morocco)

22) Allan Gray: $ 1,6 Billion (South Africa)

23) Miloud Chaabi: $ 1,3 Billion (Morocco)

24) Mohammed Dewji: $ 1,3 Billion (Tanzania)

25) Samih Sawiris: $ 1,1 Billion (Egypt)

26) Sudhir Ruparelia : $ 1,1 Billion (Uganda)

27) Femi Otedola : 1 milliard de dollars (Nigeria)

28) Abdulsamad Rabiu: 1 milliard de dollars (Nigeria)

29) Rostam Aziz : 1 milliard de dollars (Tanzania)

 

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