[AWARDS] FORBE’S LIST TOP 50 RICHEST MEN.

[AWARDS] FORBE’S LIST TOP 50 RICHEST MEN.

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Wednesday, 18 November 2015
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This list was released on forbe’s website today and expectedly, Nigerian businessman Aliko Dangote is the richest man in Africa.

See the full list below:

#1 Aliko Dangote $16.7 B 58 cement, sugar, flour.

#2 Nicky Oppenheimer $6.6 B 70 diamonds.

#3 Christoffel Wiese $6.5 B 74 retailing.

#4 Johann Rupert $6.3 B 65 luxury goods.

#5 King Mohammed VI $5.7 B 52 diversified.

#6 Nassef Sawiris $4.9 B 54 construction, chemicals.

#7 Mike Adenuga $3.5 B 62 telcom, oil.

#8 Isabel dos Santos $3.4 B 42 investments.

#9 Issad Rebrab $3.2 B 71 food.

#10 Naguib Sawiris $3 B 61 telecom.

#11 Mohamed Mansour $2.5 B 67 diversified.

#12 Othman Benjelloun $2.1 B 83 banking, insurance.

#13 Folorunsho Alakija $1.7 B 64 oil.

#13 Koos Bekker $1.7 B 62 media, investments.

#13 Youssef Mansour $1.7 B 70 diversified.

#16 Femi Otedola $1.6 B 53 gas stations.

#17 Onsi Sawiris $1.6 B 85 construction, telecom.

#18 Aziz Akhannouch $1.4 B 54 petroleum, diversified.

#18 Yasseen Mansour $1.4 B 54 diversified.

#20 Stephen Saad $1.2 B 51 pharmaceuticals.

#21 Mohammed Dewji $1.1 B 40 diversified.

#22 Patrice Motsepe $1.1 B 53 mining.

#23 Abdulsamad Rabiu $1 B 55 cement, sugar, flour.

#24 Jannie Mouton $970 M 68 financial services.

#25 Rostam Azizi $900 M 51 telecom, investments.

#26 Samih Sawiris $850 M 58 real estate, hotels.

#27 Mohamed Bensalah $800 M 45 financial services.

#27 Miloud Chaabi $800 M 86 diversified.

#27 Sudhir Ruparelia $800 M 59 real estate.

#30 Theophilus Danjuma $750 M 76 oil.

#31 Tony Elumelu $700 M 52 investments.

#31 Bhimji Depar Shah $700 M – consumer goods.

#33 Anas Sefrioui $650 M 58 real estate.

#34 Moulay Hafid Elalamy $620 M 55 insurance.

#35 Lauritz (Laurie) Dippenaar $610 M 67 banking, insurance.

#36 Said Salim Bakhresa $600 M 66 manufacturing.

#37 Jim Ovia $550 M 61 banking.

#38 Michiel Le Roux $530 M 66 banking.

#39 Raymond Ackerman $500 M 84 retailing.

#39 Mohammed Indimi $500 M 67 oil.

#41 Adrian Gore $480 M 51 financial services.

#42 Cyril Ramaphosa $450 M 63 investments.

#42 Ali Wakrim $450 M – gas.

#44 Gerrit Thomas (GT) Ferreira $420 M 67 banking, insurance.

#45 Gus Attridge $410 M 54 pharmaceuticals.

#46 Markus Jooste $400 M 54 furniture retailing.

#46 Narendra Raval $400 M 53 steel, cement.

#48 Naushad Merali $370 M 64 diversified.

#49 Giovanni Ravazzotti $330 M 72 ceramics, tile.

#49 Orji Uzor Kalu $330 M 55 Diversified.

Credits: Kerry Dolan.

REBLOGGED from Forbes.com

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