Forbes yatoa listi ya Mabilionea 25 matajiri zaidi Afrika 2017

Jarida la Forbes limetoa list ya wafanya biashara 25 ambao ndio matajili zaidi barani Afrika mfanyabiashara kutoka
Nigeria Aliko Dangote bado ndiye mtu tajiri zaidi kwa mujibu wa orodha hiyo ya mabilionea ya mwaka 2017.

Bw Dangote Dangote, ndiye mwanzilishi na mwenyekiti wa kampuni ya Dangote Cement inayoongoza kwa kuzalisha saruji Afrika. Anamiliki asilimia 90 ya hisa za kampuni hiyo. Dangote Cement huzalisha tani 44 milioni za saruji kila mwaka na imepanga kuongeza uzalishaji kwa asilimia 33 kufikia 2020.

Aliko Dangote, President and Chief Executive of Nigeria’s Dangote Group speaks during the final session of the World Economic Forum on Africa meeting in Cape Town June 6, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)

Mtanzania Mohammed Dewji bado ndiye bilionea wa umri mdogo zaidi Afrika, utajiri wake ukikadiriwa kuwa $1.09 bilioni. Mo Dewji ni afisa mkuu mtendaji wa kampuni ya METL iliyoanzishwa na babake miaka ya 1970. Kampuni hiyo huhusika katika biashara ya nguo, unga, vinywaji na mafuta. Kampuni hiyo huendesha shughuli zake katika zaidi ya mataifa sita barani Afrika.

Mabilionea 25 wa Afrika mwaka 2017:

1. Aliko Dangote, Nigeria

Utajiri: $12.2 bilioni

2. Nicky Oppenheimer, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $7 bilioni

3. Mike Adenuga, Nigeria

Utajiri: $6.1 bilioni

4. Johann Rupert, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $6.3 bilioni

5. Nassef Sawiris, Misri

Utajiri: $6.2 bilioni

6. Christoffel Wiese, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $5.9 bilioni

7. Nathan Kirsch, Swaziland

Utajiri: $3.9 bilioni

8. Naguib Sawiris, Misri

Utajiri: $3.8 bilioni
9. Isabel dos Santos, Angola

Utajiri: $3.1 bilioni
10. Issad Rebrab, Algeria

Utajiri: $3 bilioni

11. Mohamed Mansour, Misri

Utajiri: $2.7 bilioni

12. Koos Bekker, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $2.1 bilioni

13. Allan Gray, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $1.99 bilioni

14. Othman Benjelloun, Morocco

Utajiri: $1.9 bilioni

15. Mohamed Al Fayed, Misri

Utajiri: $1.82 bilioni

16. Patrice Motsepe, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $1.81 bilioni

17. Yasseen Mansour, Misri

Utajiri: $1.76 bilioni
18. Folorunsho Alakija, Nigeria

Utajiri: $1.61 bilioni

19. Aziz Akhannouch, Morocco

Utajiri: $1.58 bilioni
20. Mohammed Dewji, Tanzania

Utajiri: $1.4 bilioni

21. Stephen Saad, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $1.21 bilioni

22. Youssef Mansour, Misri

Utajiri: $1.15 bilioni

23. Onsi Sawiris, Misri

Utajiri: $1.14 bilioni

24. Anas Sefrioui, Misri

Utajiri: $1.06 bilioni

25. Jannie Mouton, Afrika Kusini

Utajiri: $1 bilioni

Source: Millard ayo

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