This is the success story of patrice motsepe, a south african mining magnate, who was born to a school teacher, rose to high ranks in a private organization, and eventually set out to exploit a golden opportunity erupting in the south african mining industry that only few could see at the time.In the process, patrice motsepe has built one.
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Patrice motsepe mining companies.Mr patrice motsepehy is this contact listed here mr patrice motsepe is listed on our site as an industry related companys contact personheir contact information is here due to an association with the lead information we provide.Read More
Here, in what is still one of the worlds most unequal countries, patrice motsepe is leading that change.Patrice tlhopane motsepe is founder and executive chairperson of african rainbow minerals, which has interests in gold, ferrous metals, base metals and platinum mining.He sits on several company boards including that of harmony gold, one.Read More
Patrice motsepe spotted an opportunity in south africas mining industry, shortly after the end of apartheid, and seized it with both hands.Today, the soft-spoken 49 years old mining tycoon is the countrys first black billionaire.Read More
Patrice motsepes african rainbow capital arc has bought a 25 stake in estate planning company capital legacy, which specialises in will drafting and estate administration, an acquisition.Read More
Patriron ore motsepe mining companies patrice motsepe mining africa.The new company was changed to armgold.Motsepe is the founder of several wholly owned subsidiaries including african rainbow minerals platinum, arm consortium limited, which was subsequently co-owned with anglo american platinum corp ltd.Read More
South africas billionaire businessman patrice motsepe has sued a botswana newspaper for a story it published claiming that he was meddling in politics in botswana.The sunday standard published an article on april 1 claiming that police were investigating dr motsepe and a number of mining companies for smuggling campaign money into botswana.Read More
Billionaire and mining tycoon patrice motsepes african rainbow capital considers residential sector following the groups decision to acquire 20 stake in val de vie investments as its first foray into property.The businessman launched african rainbow capital arc in april, an investment.Read More
Since then, arm has diversified, forging strategic partnerships with several other old mining companies and adding a wide swath of minerals precious metals platinum and its cousins, nickel, chrome, iron, manganese and coal to its portfolio.From a low-level mining services business, motsepe has built one of africas largest mining companies.Read More
Fast forward to present time, and motsepe is at the head of one of the largest mining companies on the continent, with revenues exceeding 2b and employing more than 10 000 workers.Putting it to good use in 2004, motsepe founded ubunto-botho investments.The aim was to build black controlled capital by being sanlams empowerment partner.Read More
African rainbow minerals - mining companies in africa.The company also has shares in harmony mines through which it has gold investments.History.Started by south african entrepreneur patrice motsepe in 1997, armgold was the first mining company.In south africa owned by a black person.Read More
Patrice motsepe family.He is the son of augustine motsepe father and key motsepe mother.He has two sisters bridgette radebe and tshepo motsepe and the brother in law of the president of south africa cyril ramaphosa.Patrice motsepe wife.Motsepe is married to precious moloi-motsepe, and they have three children.Read More
Johannesburg - african rainbow capital, a south african financial-services firm started by patrice motsepe, the richest black south african, plans to raise more than r3bn in an initial public offering ipo of its investment-holding unit, according to people familiar with the matter.Arc, as its.Read More
Billionaire patrice motsepe said a lack of trust among south african mining companies, labour unions and the government is undermining prospects for an industry facing at least 11,000 job cuts as.Read More