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Monday, September 24, 2018

Richest Women In Africa And The Lessons We Can Learn From ThemZumi

Women are just made to be seen and not heard? Nahhh! Phenomenal women are rising from the African continent, and the richest women in Africa show us just how far we can aspire to become. 

Here are some of the richest women in Africa: 

Folorunso Alakija — Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬

Of course she made this list! Nigeria's very own, Folorunso Alakija is definitely one of the richest women in Africa. She is the CEO of Famfa Oil and is presently worth about $1.6 billion. She has business interests in oil, fashion and in the printing industries. She gained her fortune by investing into the oil business through a friend. She was then allocated an unwanted oil bloc that later struck oil in commercial quantity. 

Lesson learned: Don't press up a good investment opportunity. 

Lesson 2: Friends that have sense are good for the bank account. 

Hajiya Bola Shagaya — Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬

Hajiya Bola Shagaya is one of Nigerians most successful female entrepreneurs. Her wealth apparently storms largely from her many and varied real estate investments all over Europe and the United States. She also has other interests in fields like oil, banking, communication, etc. She is worth about $630 million. 

Lesson learned — invest in diverse fields. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. 

Ngina Kenyatta — Kenya πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ

Mama Ngina is about 85 years old and the widow of the first president of Kenya (Jomo Kenyatta). She's is a major shareholder in one of Kenya's largest banks (commercial bank of Africa) a chain of hotels, real estate, dairy, media, timber and many others. 

She is worth about $1 billion. 

Bridget Radebe — South Africa πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦

Bridget Radebe is a South African woman born in 1960. She is the founder of a highly profitable mining company in South Africa — Mmakau Mining. Her company mines gold, platinum, uranium, coal, etc. She started out as a contract miner in the 1980's, overcoming gender bias to rise to where she is now. She has contributed a great deal to the South Africa mining sector and is worth about 2 billion Rand. 

Lesson learned — you can rise to the top regardless of where you start from. 

Find more about the habits of the world's richest people so you can be like them.


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1 comment:

  1. They are really successful women indeed.
    Tho oil mining issa goal...