Forbes unveils Richest Men in Africa (including two kenyans) Who are they?


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1

Aliko Dangote

$10.1B 54
2

Nicky Oppenheimer & family

$6.5B 66
3

Nassef Sawiris

$4.75 B 50
4

Johann Rupert & family

$4.7B 61
5

Mike Adenuga

$4.3B 58
6

Miloud Chaabi

$3B 82
7

Naguib Sawiris

$2.9B 57
8

Christoffel Wiese

$2,7B 70
9

Onsi Sawiris

$2.6B 81
10

Patrice Motsepe

$2.5B 49
11

Othman Benjelloun

$2.4B 79
12

Anas Sefrioui

$1.75B 54
13

Mohamed Mansour

$1.7B 63
14

Yasseen Mansour

1.55B 50
14

Youssef Mansour

1.55B 66
16

Mohamed Al Fayed

1.3B 78
17

Jim Ovia

$775M 57
18

Lauritz (Laurie) Dippenaar

$750M 63
19

Shafik Gabr

$730M 59
20

Stephen Saad

$640M 47
21

Theophilus Danjuma

$600M 72
22

Alami Lazraq

$575M 61
23

Samih Sawiris

$560M 54
24

Oba Otudeko

$550M 67
25

Raymond Ackerman

$545M 80
26

Uhuru Kenyatta

$500M 50
27

Gerrit Thomas (GT) Ferreira

$460M 63
28

Hakeem Belo-Osagie

$450M 56
29

Abdulsamad Rabiu

$400M NA
30

Mohammed Indimi

$330M 63
31

Chris Kirubi

$300M 70
31

Jannie Mouton

$300M 64
33

Michiel Le Roux

$290M 62
34

Adrian Gore

$280M 47
34

Strive Masiyiwa

$280M 51
36

Cyril Ramaphosa

$275M 59
36

Giovanni Ravazzotti

$275M 68
38

Mohamed Bensalah

$270M 41
39

Markus Jooste

$260M 50
40

Paul Harris

$250M 61

Courtesy of Forbes.com

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