African Leadership magazine profiles African economist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, Tony Onyemaechi Elumelu as our African of the Week Elumelu is the Chairman of Heirs Holdings, United Bank for Africa, Transcorp, and founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation. He is known for his Africapitalist business models and philanthropy. He is a seasoned economist, with a long-standing history...
South African Pharmaceutical Billionaire, Stephen Saad, graced many newspaper headlines in early 2019, with details of a 50% drop in his company shares and net worth, which reportedly had investors shying away. This week, the South African billionaire businessman, Stephen Bradley Saad leads as African Leadership Magazine’s African of the...
Earlier this year, Nigerian billionaire businessman and Industrialist, Abdul Samad Rabiu was nominated for the African Leadership Magazine Persons of the Year Award polls, in the Employment Generation category. A category open to Africans whose actions, policies and businesses have helped in creating jobs for Africans. To many, his...
As our African of the week, we are profiling Zimbabwean billionaire businessman, and philanthropist, Strive Masiyiwa. Masiyiwa is the Founder and Executive Chairman of the telecommunications, technology and renewable energy company Econet Global. He was recently appointed African Union Special Envoy to mobilize the private sector response to Covid-19. The businessman...
This week, African Leadership magazine profiles South Africa’s mining Billionaire businessman, Patrice Motsepe as African of the Week.  Motsepe, who is South Africa’s first black billionaire, is the founder and chairman of African Rainbow Minerals, a leading diversified mining and minerals company. He also has stakes in various businesses across...