This article features the top 3 Richest black Women in the world 2016, not only men possesses riches there are wide range of extreme women out there doing great with business, who are these women check them out below.
The wealthiest black woman suggest an advice to upcoming black billionaires, she adviced others out there to be patient, disciplined, and consistent lack of these could lead to failure your dreams even if you have huge money to invest without those three attributes its nothing.
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She also advised young entrepreneurs to not be afraid of starting an investment, she warned strictly not to use all your resources in investing as most of the black women billionaires also start from investment before opting into other profitable businesses, not only that you must also learn to save for reference purposes.
Richest Black Women in the World 2016: Top 3 Black Billionaires
Isabel dos Santos
NET WORTH: $3.3 Billion
The first richest black women I will be having on the list Isabel Dos Santos, She is a very successful investors out there in Africa, her main source of fortune comes from the Unitel Angolan Mobile Phone which she has 25% stake in, and Angolian bank Banco Bic SA which also goes for 25% stake, Isabel is the daughter of Angolan President she didn’t focus on that and build an investment that made her the richest women in Africa with a total net worth of $3.3billion
2. Oprah Winfrey
Net Worth: $3 Billion
I wonder who in the world hasn’t for once hear her name, she is very popular and she generate most of her net worth from mass media, she is one of the richest African-Americans and her daytime TV shows makes her the most profit she has started this more than 25 years ago and it’s still very rocking.
Oprah Winfrey also owns Harpo Production Company, one of the best thing she supports is Education, she believes education is the important thing for every Africans that made her built a learning academy for girls she named it Oprah Winfrey Learning Academy for girls (resided at Johannesburg South Africa). Which spent her total amount of $100 million to achieve she continues to support educational courses and has spent a whopping $100 million to build the in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Net Worth: $1.9 Billion
Wow it’s a Nigerian on the third list for the richest black women in the world, it is hard to believe but she has most of her income from oil and fashion, she started business late in 1970s, during this time she left her day job as a secretary and focused on her fashion studies in Europe. On her return to Nigeria, she builded Supreme Stitches which made impact for women in the society. She also admins famfa oils
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