26.06.2012 The same policies also made the fortune of the country's richest black man, Patrice Motsepe, whose wealth was estimated at $3.3 billion (2.6 billion euro) by Forbes magazine last year. Motsepe's mining company African ...
Patrice Tlhopane Motsepe (born 28 January 1962 in Soweto) is a South African mining magnate. He is the founder and executive chairman of African Rainbow Minerals, which has interests in gold, ferrous metals, base metals, and platinum. He also sits on several company boards including being the non-executive chairman of Harmony Gold the 12th largest gold mining company in the world, Motsepe is also the deputy chairman of Sanlam. He topped the Sunday Times Annual Rich List in 2011, with his wealth estimated to be around R22.99 billion (USD $3.28 billion).
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13.10.2012 [Globe and Mail] - ... Bridgette, is the head of two mining companies and an investment fund and the president of the South African Mining Development Association. Her brother is Patrice Motsepe, the owner of one of the country's biggest mining companies and a billionaire.
12.10.2012 [Mail & Guardian Online] - The areas around Kalkfontein and Buffelshoek are intensively mined by various companies, including Patrice Motsepe's African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), Impala Platinum and Samancor. Residents in these areas are unhappy about how the mines have
05.10.2012 [Mail & Guardian Online] - Downs fans want Pitso Mosimane to replace Neeskens and the former Bafana coach has long been eyed by club president Patrice Motsepe. But Mosimane is focusing on resolving his dispute with the South African Football Association over his dismissal
03.10.2012 [Bizcommunity.com] - Futhi Mtoba, Monhla Hlahla, Patrice Motsepe and Benjamin Mophatlane - these are just a few of our high-profile past Oliver Award winners. ABSA, Microsoft South Africa, South African Breweries and Lion of Africa are some of the organisations that have
26.09.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - Indeed one of these corporate service providers, Patrice Motsepe's African Rainbow Minerals, largely paid for the congress. With no leadership challenge, the politics deferred to a smaller leadership structure and the whole thing carefully stage
19.09.2012 [BDlive] - AFRICAN Rainbow Minerals (ARM), owned by businessman Patrice Motsepe, is the largest private donor to the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), having contributed R1.75m to the federation over the past three years. This does not include
02.10.2012 [BDlive] - MAMELODI Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe remained silent as the worsening hooligan element among the club's supporters was condemned by the South African Football Association (Safa) and the Premier Soccer League (PSL) yesterday. SA will host
18.09.2012 [Ventures Africa] - The list sees veteran richest-man Patrice Motsepe in first position for the second-year running, boasting a wealth of 20.07 billion South African rand ($2.4 billion).¬† Despite this apparently hefty figure, Motsepe has actually seen his wealth decline
09.10.2012 [Sowetan] - Sundowns boss Patrice Motsepe - who sponsors the tournament in honour of his late mother - commended the South African Schools Football Association for its sterling work in helping to develop young soccer players. "They are doing a wonderful job, we
16.09.2012 [BDlive] - Patrice Motsepe, South Africa' s richest man, according to the Rich List, is worth R20-billion, through African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) and Sanlam and he earned R11.6-million last year, mostly from his position as executive chairman of ARM. Although
12.10.2012 [Jeune Afrique] - ... Vale a annoncé hier (11 octobre) avoir démarré le 4 octobre 2012 la production de cuivre de son complexe zambien North Konkola, exploité conjointement avec African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), le groupe du milliardaire sud-africain Patrice Motsepe.