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Voici les 20 milliardaires africains du dernier classement de Forbes 2022

#Maroc : The world accounts for 2,668 billion, according to the annual Forbes report, there are 20 Africans, from 8 different countries, and a cumulative fortune of 90 billion dollars. The Nigerian Dangote remains the richest man in Africa and the Maghreb is represented by three millionaires.

the magazine Forbes The annual list of billionaires in the world was published in 2022. Celle-ci has a total of 2,668 billionaires, against 2,755 billionaires in 2021, and a global fortune valued at 12,700 billion dollars, against 13,000 billion dollars in 2021. La crise ukrainienne a beaucoup réduit la voilure des milliardaires russes à cause de la chute du rouble, de la chute des cours boursiers des sociétés russes et du gel d’une partie de leurs fortunes.

Pour ce nouveau classement, c’est l’américain d’origine sud-africaine Elon Musk qui trône au sommet des hommes les plus riches du monde avec une fortune estimée à 219 milliards de dollars, thanks notamment à ses voitures électriques -Telsa- et They are SpaceX mergers who contribute to the revolution in terrestrial and spatial transport. The advancement of an other American, the boss of Amazon Jeff Bezos (171 billion dollars) and the French Bernard Arnault & Family, the boss of LVMH whose wealth is valued at 158 ​​billion dollars. Bill Gates and Warren Buffet complètent the Top 5 men with the richest men in the world with their fortunes respectively valued at 129 and 118 billion dollars.

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On a continental level, Africa is the continent that has millions of millions of dollars with more than 20 people and a fortune associated with thousands of dollars. There are 20 people, of 8 different nationalities, who have accumulated a global fortune of 90 million dollars.

These are Egyptians (6 million) and South Africans (5 million) who are the most represented in the class of millionaires, Nigerians (3 million) and Moroccans (2 million). L’Algérie, l’Eswatini, le Zimbabwe et la Tanzania ont chacun un milliardaire.

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And with the previous classes, this is the Nigerian tycoon Aliko Dangote who is now on the list of men who are richest in Africa with a fortune estimated at 14 billion dollars, against 11.3 billion dollars in the same period. de l’année dernière, thanks notamment au bon behavior du vaisseau amiral de son groupe la holding Dangote Cement présente dans plusieurs pays africains. The Nigerian milliardaire who has a fat fortune in the cement and agri-food (sucre, farine,…) is engaged in the diversification of their group in launching in the engrais, the automobile, the petrochimie and the oil refinery in Building the largest oil refinery of the continent and the 6th world level.

Voici les 20 milliardaires africains of Forbes 2022

Noms et Prénoms

Fortune (Mds/$)

African rank

world rank

Age

Sectors

Aliko Dangote

14

1st

130e

64 years

Cement, sucre

Johann Rupert & family

8.9

2e

230e

71 years

Luxury, distribution

Nicky Oppenheimer & family

8.7

3e

241e

76 years

Diamond and mines

Nessef Sawiris

7.7

4e

304e

61 years

BTP, investment

Mike Adenuga

7.3

5e

324e

68 years

telecom, oil

Abdulsamad Rabiu

6.9

6e

350e

61 years

Cement, sucre

Nathan Kirsch

5.3

7e

509e

90 years

Luxury, distribution

Issad Rebrad & family

5.1

8e

536e

78 years

agrifood

Naguib Sawiris

3.4

9e

883e

67 years

Telecom

Patrice Motsepe

3.3

10e

913e

60 years

Mines, assurance

Strive Masiyima

3

11e

1012e

61 years

Telecom

Mohamed Mansour

2.5

12e

1238e

74 years

I diversified

Koos Becker

2.1

13e

1341e

69 years

Half

Mohamed Al-Fayed

2.1

14e

1445e

93 years

Distrib., invest.

Aziz Akhannouch & family

two

15e

1513e

61 years

oil, distribution

Michael Le Roux

1.8

16e

1645e

72 years

bank, finance

Mohammed Dewji

1.5

17e

1929e

46 years

I diversified

Youssef Mansour

1.5

17e

1929e

76 years

I diversified

Othman Benjelloun & family

1.3

19e

2190e

89 years

Bank, assurance

Yassen Mansour

1.1

20e

2448e

60 years

I diversified

Grâce à la forte augmentation de sa fortune, Dangote fait un bond significatif dans le classement des milliardaires en passant du 192e au 130e rang mondial. Il est suivi, au level du continent des Sud-africains Johan Rupert & Family (8.9 billion dollars) and Nicky Oppenheimer & Family (8.7 billion dollars), the family dont le grand-père avait funded the minière company De Beers diamond.

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Egypt’s Nassef Sawiris who lost the second fortune of the continent in 2021 is classified as 4e rank continental with a fortune of 7.7 billion dollars. He c’est l’un des rares milliardaires du continent dont la fortune a baissé in 2022, comparatively à 2021.

Egyptian Mohamed Al Fayed, 93 years old, whose fortune is estimated at 2.1 billion dollars, is the oldest millionaire in the continent, while the Tanzanian Mohammed Dewji remains the youngest millionaire in the continent.

In short, the millionaires africains ont globalement fait fortune dans divers secteurs: telecoms, pétrole, BTP, mines et métaux, ciment, agroalimentaire, médias, banque et assurance,…

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