In order to build a family dynasty, one requires ideals such as ambition, wisdom, and work ethic.
I have listed down some of the richest family dynasties in the African continent:
1.The Sawiris Family
The Sawiris family owns the humongous Orascom corporation. The Egyptian family company spans from tourism, telecommunications, construction, industries, and technology. Once Sawiris who is the head has a net worth of $ 1.3 billion. He has two grown industrious sons who run his firms; Nassef Sawiris with a net worth of $ 5.6 billion and Naguib Sawiris with a net worth of $ 3.9 billion
2.The Mohammed VI family
Mohammed VI who is the king of Morocco is a banker and a leading business person. Majority stakes in Societe nationals investment belong to his family. The company was merged with Omnium Nord Africain Group. He has an estimated big net worth of humongous $ 5.63billion dollars this is a figure by Forbes.
3.The Tinubu family
A Nigerian politician and former Lagos State Governor Bola Ahmed Tinubu have an estimated net worth of $ 2.7 billion dollars. He has a growing list of properties in the banana island and Abuja and Lagos at large. He is popularly known by the code name Jagaban. His son succumbed recently to the unfortunate cardiac arrest in a London hospital.
4.The Mansour family
Mansour Group conglomerate is owned by Mohammed Mansour. The conglomerate possesses distribution rights in Egypt for caterpillars, GM vehicles, and McDonald’s restaurants hence getting a lot of cash in the process. By Forbes esteemed standards, he has an estimated net worth of $ 2.7 billion. He has brothers able Youssef and Yasseen who have an estimated net worth of $ 1.8 billion and $ 1.1 billion respectively. They conduct caterpillars sales in six African countries as well as Russia.
5.The Kenyatta family
Headed by Ngina Kenyatta, Kenyatta’s family is so rich. Jomo Kenyatta the founding freedom father of Kenya was the ultimate head. The family owns the following; Brookside dairy co, Mediamax co, Heritage Hotels co,25% shares in commercial bank of Africa. These are some of their perceived significant investment in Kenya.
6.The Dangote family
Alhassan Dantata great-grandson Aliko Dangote has a net worth of $ 12.5 billion making him the richest person in the African continent. He owns the multi-trillion naira Dangote group which deals in a variety of commodities. It not only deals in Nigeria but also Benin, Senegal, Ethiopia, Cameroon, South Africa, Ghana, Togo, Zambia, and Tanzania.
7.The Chandaria family
The chairman of the Comicraft Group Manu Chandaria was born in Kenya. Comcraft has a presence in over 40 countries. Comcraft group was started as an aluminum firm and right now it has an estimated net worth of. $ 2.5 billion. He also has interests in real estate, mining, and car manufacturing.
8.The Dos Santos family
Dealing in petroleum, mining, banking, real estate, retail, entertainment, and media the dos Santos family is very rich. The head is Jose Eduardo dos Santos and he has a daughter who is the richest woman in Africa known as Isabel dos Santos.
9.The Rupert family
The Rupert family owns Mont Blanc, Cartier, and Dunhill luxury brands. They started off with a small cigarette company in 1941. They also control 80% of the wine market in South Africa.