These 30 young African entrepreneurs are poised to be millionaires in the next 10 years

Bridget Boakye June 08, 2018

21. Zareef Minty, 24, South Africa

Founder: ZRF Holdings

ZRF Holdings houses a PR company, a clothing company and a law firm.  Roux serving as the defense advocate in the Oscar Pistorius trial.

22. Fred Apaloo, 28, Ghana

Founder: Villa Grace

Villa Grace is a boutique dining company that hosts intimate pop-up brunches. It hosts Accra’s most exclusive and unique dining experiences, selling out tables weeks in advance.

23. Kene Rapu, 28, Nigeria

Founder: Kene Rapu

Rapu’s first product line, ‘Slippers by Kene’, launched in 2011 and uses locally-sourced materials to make slippers and sandals.

24. Jack Mthembu, 27, South Africa

Founder: First One Adventures

First One Adventures is a highly-profitable organization aimed at developing high school learners through life coaching and personal skills development camps. The core focus of the organization is to raise young people to be independent thinkers.

25. Reabetswe Ngwane, 25, South Africa

Co-Founder: KreamFields

The company recycles tyre tubes to make fashionable bag including first-aid kit bags, respiratory bags or masks and seat protectors for the mining and construction industries. The bags cost anything between R500 ($40) to R1,400 ($111).

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