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LIST: Four (4) African Universities That Have Produced The Largest Number Of Billionaires On The Continent

The African continent currently has more than 1,216 billion people with 25 billion Africans out of 2,043 billion worldwide according to the Forbes list of the richest people in the world. Their wealth is accumulated at more than $ 7.67 trillion (£ 5.9 trillion).

Business Insiders has in a survey reported the 4 African universities that produced the largest number of billionaires on the continent …

1- Al-Azhar University

Al-Azhar University is a university in Cairo, Egypt. Associated with the Al-Azhar Mosque in Islamic Cairo, it is the oldest university in Egypt and recognized as “the most prestigious university of Sunni Islam”. Founded in 970 or 972
The African billionaire graduate:
Aliko Dangote (net worth of $ 12.2 billion)

2. The Stellenbosch University

Stellenbosch is a university town in the province of Western Cape in South Africa. It is surrounded by the vineyards of Cape Winelands and the mountainous nature reserves of Jonkershoek and Simonsberg. The shady oak streets of the city are lined with cafes, shops and art galleries. The Dutch Cape architecture gives an idea of ​​the Dutch colonial history of South Africa, as well as the houses and period gardens of the village museum.
Billionaires African graduates:
Johann Rupert  (net worth of 6.9 billion US dollars)
Christoffel Wiese (net worth of 5.9 billion US dollars)
Jannie Mouton (net worth $ 1.07 billion)

3. University of Witwatersrand

The University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, is a multi-campus South African public research university located in the central region of Johannesburg. It is more commonly known as Wits University.
Billionaires African graduates:
Nathan Kirsh (net worth of 4 billion)
Koos Bekker (net worth of 2.4 billion US dollars)
Patrice Motsepe (net worth $ 1.79 billion)

4.University of KwaZulu-Natal

The University of KwaZulu-Natal or UKZN is a university with five campuses in the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. It was built on 1 January 2004 after the merger between the University of Natal and the University of Durban-Westville.
The African billionaire graduate:
Stephen Saad (net worth of 1.18 billion dollars)

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