Patrice Motsepe | $ 2.9 Billion
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Patrice Motsepe Net Worth

South Africa
Net Worth $ 2.9 Billion
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Born on: 28th Jan 62 Born in: South Africa Marital status: Married Occupation: South African mining magnateSouth African mining magnate
Patrice  Motsepe net worth is estimated at $2.9 billion. He is a South African mining magnate. Motsepe is also the founder and is the executive chairman of the African Rainbow Minerals. The said group has interests in platinum, gold, ferrous metals, and also base metals. Add to that, he also holds a number of company boards such as being the non-executive chairman of Harmony Gold. Patrice  Motsepe net worth net worth came from his work as  shareholder of Harmony Gold as well the CEO of a company. This, on the other hand, specializes in turning old digs into new digs. This is the 12th largest mining company in the world. More so, he is also the deputy chairman of Sanlam. The company is said to be South Africa’s leading financial services groups. Motsepe is also part of the President of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA), which is the voice of organized business that is located in South Africa. He became the owner of football club Mamelodi Sundowns in 2003. It was in 2012 where he was named South Africa’s richest man. He even topped the Sunday Times’ annual Rich List having an estimated fortune of about $2.4 billion. The following year, Motsepe joined The Giving Pledge and committed to give half of his wealth to charity. This endeavor added charisma to Patrice  Motsepe net worth. When he was younger, this billionaire went to college and became a lawyer so that he could avoid his father’s liquor-selling shop. He may have been the first black partner at the Bowman Gilfillan law firm, he turned his attention to the mining industry. Patrice  Motsepe net worth began to rise after Patrice bought low-producing gold mine shafts and turned it into a profitable business. Add to that, he profited from the South Africa’s Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) laws which states that companies have to be at least 26% black-owned before they are given a government mining license.
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