Top 10 Richest People In Zimbabwe
Phillip promotes boxing and music groups and runs a secretarial and accounting agency. By the 1990s, Chiyangwa had opened a tourist complex and a couple of companies including Telecel, Affirmative Action Group, Native Africa Investment Ltd. and Midiron Investments. His net worth is $2 billion.
Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti
Guti is the founder of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA) with an estimated net worth of $998 million.
Masiyiwa is a London-based Zimbabwean businessman and philanthropist. The pioneer and executive chair of Econet Global is a self-made billionaire. Initially, he worked as a telecoms engineer for a telephone company. He quit his job and started his own company at just US$75.
After a five-year legal battle that almost rendered him bankrupt, a landmark ruling was made to remove the state monopoly in telecommunications. He became the first black billionaire to grace the Sunday Times Rich List with a net worth of £1.087 billion.
He has international appointments on board memberships from Unilever, Netflix, Bank of America, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation trustee just to mention a few. As a philanthropist, he has given scholarships across Africa, America, UK and China.
Nicholas Van Hoogstraten
Nicholas started earning his fortune by selling stamps to collectors which he claimed were worth as much as $30,000. At 14, he began millionaire tendencies by wearing a suit to school and allegedly excusing himself from class to read the Financial Times. He is now a successful property owner.
He was named Britain’s youngest millionaire with a portfolio of more than 300 properties. He has a net worth of $750,000,000. He later relocated to Zimbabwe and owned over 1,600 square miles of land by 2013.
He is associated with the country’s tallest shopping mall, Joina City Centre. He has partnered with Africa’s biggest Entrepreneurship Incubator. His investments are now more in ICT, solar, and telecoms. His net worth is estimated at $200 million.
John founded the Casalee Group of companies in 1976, a tobacco merchant company that became the fifth-largest in the world consequentially making Bredenkamp one of the richest people in Zimbabwe in the 90s. His net worth is $793,000,000.
Kenneth Raydon is the CEO of West Properties Company. He also owns a confectionery and food distribution business. He partnered with the City of Harare in developing Harare Sunshine Bazaar and Shawasha Mall in Mbare. He has a net worth of $690,000,000.
Michael Fowler co-founded Innscor Africa Limited with Zed Koudonaris in 1997. The two are major shareholders in other ZSE-listed companies like Axia Holdings and National Foods. He has a net worth of $645,000,000.
Ian Saunders has more than 20 years of experience in the mining industry. He is also the president of New Dawn Mining Corp. Ian founded ZSE-listed Falcon Gold which runs several mines. He has a net worth of $590,000,000.
Millionaire Charles Davy owns 1,300 square miles of land equivalent to 0.09 percent of all agricultural land in Zimbabwe. Ніѕ hunting trade made him a fortune. In 2005, he reportedly made £660 per trip a day (about $802 today) to shoot wild animals.