Mfonobong Nsehe

With over a decade of experience creating impactful narratives about Africa, Mfonobong Nsehe is one of the most recognized journalism and communications professionals on the continent. He is the editor-in-chief of Billionaires.Africa. A former Forbes Magazine contributor covering African wealth and entrepreneurship, Mfonobong conceptualized, initiated, and managed for a decade the Forbes annual ranking of Africa’s richest people. He was also the pioneer managing editor of Ventures Africa and built it into one of the continent’s most influential business news companies.

Russian billionaire Igor Rybakov on business, life and transforming education worldwide

A man of many labels, Rybakov is the original renaissance man. And he’s as interesting as they come.

Honorary Consul of Guinea in California Jordan Garcia on why more U.S. firms must expand to Africa

Honorary Consul of Guinea in California Jordan Garcia on why more U.S. firms must expand to Africa.

Kevin Okyere’s Springfield triumphs over Italian major ENI in court ruling over disputed oilfield revenues

Okyere welcomed the ruling as a "vindication of Springfield's position."

Ugandan tycoon Ham Kiggundu donates $150,000 to COVID-19 fight

Kiggundu presented the funds to Uganda’s newly appointed Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja on Friday.

Swazi billionaire Nathan Kirsch’s Skyscraper Tower 42 doubles in value

In December 2011, Kirsch Group paid £238 million to acquire the 42-story building and surrounding units.


Africa’s richest man adds $769 million to fortune in 24 hours; net worth surpasses $21 billion

President Tinubu’s bold policies propel the Nigerian Equities Market, catapulting Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote’s fortune

America’s richest black billionaire Robert F. Smith maintains top spot with $12 billion net worth

Robert F. Smith, America's richest black billionaire holds firm to top spot with a whopping $12 billion net worth

Nigeria’s richest banker Jim Ovia rakes in $26 million in single day as NGX soars

This recent surge has further solidified Ovia's position as one of the most affluent investors on the Nigerian Exchange.

Zimbabwe’s richest man Strive Masiyiwa sees net worth decline by $100 million

Despite the recent setback, Masiyiwa's net worth is still up by a remarkable $900 million since the start of the year.