Yusuf Abdulfatai

Yusuf Abdulfatai Adekunle is a finance and economics reporter at Billioniares.Africa. He is also a lecturer at Kwara State Polytechnic University. Previously, he worked as an economic analyst for Bulwark Intelligence. Abdulfatai is a trained economist with an expert knowledge of business and economics. He has a master's degree in economics and holds a Chartered Management Accountant certification from the Institute of Chartered Management Accounting.

Kenyan tycoon James Mwangi-led Equity Group pours $511 million into social impact initiatives

In the recently presented 2022 Sustainability Report, Mwangi, the group CEO, highlighted the organization's dedication to prioritizing people over profits.

Pick ‘n Pay, led by South African Ackerman family, reveals $14.1 million in unclaimed cash-back rewards

The latest disclosure of unclaimed cash-back rewards underscores Pick 'n Pay's commitment to its loyal customers.

South African-born billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong’s net worth soars by $260 million

This upswing has propelled his fortune above the $9.3-billion mark, solidifying his position as one of Africa's richest billionaires.

Mauritian tycoon Arnaud Dalias loses more than $1 million in 20 days

Despite this recent setback, Dalais remains one of the most affluent CEOs in Mauritius and East Africa.

South African tycoon Paul Hanratty rakes in over $3 million as Sanlam shares skyrocket

As one of South Africa’s most affluent executives, Hanratty’s stake in Sanlam has surged by more than $3 million in just 52 days.


Botswana-based tycoon Jonathan Gibson gains $14.4 million in 2023

Gibson, who ranks as one of the richest investors on the Botswana Stock Exchange, holds 31,830,406 ordinary shares in Chobe Holdings.

Egyptian tycoon Medhat Khalil hit by $8.5-million loss in Raya Holding stake

Raya Holding, formed in 1999 through a merger between entities owned by Khalil and Orascom Group, is a key player in the Egyptian investment landscape.

Court sets date for ruling on Nigerian multi-millionaire ABC Orjiakor’s $101-million debt lawsuit

ABC Orjiakor, who owns a 6.4-percent stake in Seplat Energy, one of Nigeria's largest energy companies, ranks as one of Nigeria's wealthiest business figures.

7 companies owned by billionaire African energy mogul Benedict Peters

Billionaires.Africa has identified and tracked seven notable assets owned by billionaire Benedict Peters.