He may be worth as much as $700 million (R10 billion).— Chris Bishop, Forbes Africa
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He’s very shy of the media.— Chris Bishop, Forbes Africa
He’s big mates with Oprah Winfrey.— Chris Bishop, Forbes Africa
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