Africa’s richest man: Africa’s best-paid woman
Africa’s most powerful woman is set to make a fortune in her country.
The country’s richest woman, Amarena, has been awarded the $100 million ($68 million) Nobels in Economics prize.
Amarena has a net worth of $2.3 billion.
Her family is the richest in Africa, with her father, Rhea Nguesso, being worth $2 billion.
She is Africa’s second richest woman after her father.
Amares daughter, Anabelle, is worth $300 million.
Anabelle is the eldest of Amare’s five children.
She is married to a prominent Nigerian businessman.
Amare’s family has been one of the world’s most well-connected families, having run the family business for nearly 100 years.
Amaringa is one of a number of African billionaires to have been awarded Nobels for their philanthropic work.
She and her family have given more than $4 billion to charities in Africa.
Amaria’s husband is also one of Africa’s wealthiest men, with a net fortune of $11.5 billion.
He is the founder of the Amarenes Pampers Group, a company that makes a range of products including shampoo, toothpaste and cosmetics.
Nguessos family also owns the Zara chain, which has grown to be the world leader in luxury fashion.