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Forbes estimates Christo Wiese’s net worth at around R100 billion.
Christo Wiese owns 15% of Shoprite (Africa’s largest retailer) and 17% of global retail holding firm Steinhoff (owner of Pepkor).
Christo Wiese went to Paarl Boys' High School and studied at Stellenbosch University where he received BA and LLB degrees.
Under Christo Wiese’s leadership, Shoprite grew from a chain of eight supermarkets into the behemoth it is today.
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