African Billionaires and the Cars they Drive

Richest Men in Africa and The Cars They Drive in 2020

Richest People in African 2020

Name Net Worth
Aliko Dangote$10.1 billion
Nassef Sawiris$8 billion
Mike Adenuga$7.7 billion
Nicky Oppenheimer$7.7 billion
Johann Rupert$6.5 billion
Issad Rebrab$4.4 billion
Mohammed Mansour$3.3 billion
Abdul Samad Rabiu$3.1 billion
Naguib Sawiris$3 billion
Patrice Motsepe$2.6 billion

Richest Men in Africa – The net worth of the top 10 African billionaires in 2020 as gathered by Forbes Magazine sums up to $73.4 billion. In 2019, the total amount of the top 10 billionaires in Africa was $68.7 billion. In actual fact, the total went up by a few million dollars, but individually, some billionaires’ net worth declined.

The year 2020’s top 10 African billionaires list includes 3 Nigerians, 3 Egyptians, 3 South-Africans, and 1 Algerian.

They all have net worth’s running into billions of dollars, it is expected that the lifestyles they live should reek of affluence and nothing less. In the manner they speak, the way they dress, the food they eat, the areas where they leave, their houses, and their cars. Everything should be luxurious because they can afford it. If you have been wondering about the type of car that a billionaire in Nigeria will drive or even in Africa will drive, giving the state of the roads in some countries in Africa, get ready to be blown away.

Also Read: Top 10 Luxury Cars Nigerian Billionaires Drive

These billionaires regardless of age sure know how to get it with their rides. From the richest in Africa, I present:

#1 Aliko Dangote

Aliko Dangote

Aliko Dangote is the richest man in Africa and the founder of Dangote Cement, Africa’s largest producer of cement. He is also the owner of Dangote salt, sugar, pasta, flour manufacturing companies. Aliko Dangote has a total net worth of $10.1 billion (N3, 848,100,000,000) in 2020.

Naija Branding

Aliko Dangote latest cars are:

Maybach 57S Knight Luxury
  • A Bugatti Veyron worth $2.2 million(N838,200,000)
  • Maybach 57S knight luxury worth $1 million
  • A Bentley Mulsanne worth $310, 000

Aliko Dangote Private Jets

aliko-dangote-jet

It’s common for billionaires to acquire jet for personal use, so does the richest man in Africa. Aliko Dangote bought a private aircraft named Bombardier’s Global Express XRS from Montreal Canada. The jet was delivered to Murtala Muhammad International airport in Lagos on the celebration of Aliko’s 53rd birthday. It’s reported to cost $45 million, which translates to 16.3 billion naira.

Also Read: Aliko Dangote Car Collection, Private Jets, Yacht And Net Worth 2020

#2 Nassef Sawiris

Nassef Sawiris

Nassef Sawiris is an Egyptian and is the 2nd richest man in Africa in 2020. He has a net worth of $8billion. The source of his wealth is linked to construction, agriculture, and he sits on the supervisory board of Adidas. His brother, Naguib Sawairis is also a billionaire in Egypt. Some of his luxury cars in 2020 include:

A private yacht

nassef sawiris yacht

2019 Audi Q5

nassef sawiris yacht

#3 Mike Adenuga

Mike Adenuga

Mike Adenuga has a net worth of $7.7 billion in 2020, making him the 3rd richest man in Africa. The sources of his wealth have been traced to telecom and oil in Nigeria. Mike Adenuga first became a millionaire at the age of 26 selling lace and soft drinks. He is the owner of Globacom, one of Nigeria’s biggest telecommunication operators. He is one of the owners of Conoil in Nigeria. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria. Some of his latest luxury cars are:

Mike Adenuga private jet

Mike Adenuga private jet

Mike Adenuga cars

Mike Adenuga cars
  • A Bentley Continental GT worth N35 million
  • A Mercedes AMG G63
  • A Rolls-Royce

Also Read: Dino Melaye Acquires N460m 2020 Lamborghini Aventandor Roadstar

#4 Nicky Oppenheimer

Nicky Oppenheimer

Nicky has a total net worth of $7.7 billion, making him the 4th richest man in Africa. He is a South-African who resides in Johannesburg, and the source of his wealth has been tied to diamonds. His family has been in the business of trading diamonds for up to 85 years. Nicky Oppenheimer also owns one of the largest private game reserves in South-Africa, called Tswalu Kalahari Reserve. Some of his latest luxury cars include:

Nicky Oppenheimer cars

Mercedes Benz McLaren worth N75 million

Mercedes McLaren

BMW i3 EV (Electric Vehicle)

Nicky Oppenheimer BMW i3 EV

#5 Johann Rupert

Johann Rupert

The Rupert family has a net worth of $6.5 billion in 2020. Johann Rupert is a South-African who lives in Cape Town, and the source of his wealth is in the dealing in luxury goods. Johann Rupert is the chairman of the Swiss luxury goods company, Compagnie Financiere Richemont, best known for Cartier and Montblanc. Johan Rupert owns a 70% stake in Remgro, an investment firm, a 25% in Reinet, another investment company, and a few other companies in Africa and abroad. Some of his latest luxury cars include:

Johann Rupert cars

Johann Rupert cars
  • Ferrari Lusso GT worth over N86 million
  • A Porsche Cayenne
  • A Rolls Royce
  • Toyota SUV’s

Over 185 vintage cars he has sitting in his private museum.

#6 Issad Rebrab

Issad Rebrab

Issad Rebrab has a total net worth of $4.4 billion, and he is from Algeria. The source of his wealth is linked to Food. He is the CEO of Cevital, Algeria’s biggest privately-owned company. Cevital also owns one of the largest sugar refineries in the world. Cevital also owns Groupe Brandt, a French home appliance making company, and other companies around the world. Some of his latest luxury cars include:

Issad Rebrab cars

Issad Rebrab cars
  • A BMW X-Series
  • A Bentley car
  • A Mercedes-Benz S-class

#7 Mohammed Mansour

Mohammed Mansour

Mohammed Mansour has a net worth of $3.3 billion. He is an Egyptian, and the source of his wealth is diversified. Mansour Mohammed oversees the family business company, Mansour Group that was founded by Loutfy Mansour in 1952. Mohammed Mansour also served as the Minister of Transportation from 2006 to 2009 in Egypt.

Mohammed Mansour cars

Mohammed Mansour cars

For his luxury cars, he owns various types as he is the owner of General Motors, one of the largest automobile dealers in the world.

#8 Abdul Samad Rabiu

Abdul Samad Rabiu

He is a Nigerian who is the 8th richest person in Africa in 2020. He has a net worth of $3.1 billion. Rabiu is the founder of BUA Group, a Nigerian company dealing in cement production, sugar refining, and real estate. Some of his luxury cars include:

Abdul Samad Rabiu cars

Abdul Samad Rabiu cars
  • A Mercedes Benz G-Wagon
  • A Mercedes Benz S-class
  • A Toyota Prado SUV
  • A Land Range Rover

#9 Naguib Sawiris

Naguib Sawiris

Naguib Sawiris is the brother to Nassef Sawiris, who is the 2nd richest man in Africa in 2020. Naguib has a net worth of $3 billion coming from Telecommunication business, Orascom to Veon Telecoms. He is the chairman of Orascom TMT Investments. He also developed a luxury resort called Silversands in Grenada. Some of his luxury cars include:

Naguib Sawiris cars

Naguib Sawiris cars
  • A private yacht
  • A Range Rover Sport
  • A Mercedes-Benz
  • A Bentley

#10 Patrice Motsepe

Patrice Motsepe

Patrice Motsepe has a net worth of $2.6 billion. He is a South-African who resides in Johannesburg. He is the founder and Chairman of African Rainbow Minerals, making him the first Black-African on Forbes list. Some of his luxury cars include:

Patrice Motsepe cars

Patrice Motsepe cars
  • A Bentley Continental GT
  • A Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG
  • A BMW 760 Li
  • A Bugatti

Also Read:

Carmart Team

Carmart Nigeria allows you to sell your car for the best price from the comfort of your home. Rather than hearing bad offers from dealers or adding a banner of "FOR SALE", let carmart Nigeria do all the heavy lifting for you, Upload the details of the car and get the best offer from interested buyers. www.carmart.ng

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.