The Prince of Mines: How The Son Of A Former African School Teacher Made Over $1 Billion Dollars




Bestseller exposing all the truth about the most famous South African tycoon: from money-making tips to his success story.

Motsepe, 50, trained as a lawyer at the University of Witwatersrand then went on to become the first black partner at storied Johannesburg-based commercial law firm, Bowman Gilfillan. He later founded a small contracting business doing mine scut work before buying low-producing gold shaft mines in 1994, and turned them profitable using lean management style.

Today, he is the Executive Chairman of the $5 billion (Market Capitalization) African Rainbow Minerals which produces platinum, nickel, chrome, iron, manganese, coal, copper and gold. Motsepe is also the largest individual shareholder at the company.

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