In Pictures: South Africa’s first lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe’s net worth and business empire get Mzansi talking
She is the actual definition of beauty with brains. Although she doesn’t flaunt her wealthy lifestyle on social media, the lady is rich and has managed to build a successful business empire out of presidential fame.
Dr Tshepo Motsepe is the first lady of South Africa, wife to his excellency President Cyril Ramaphosa. Together with her husband, they have four children. She is also a sister to South African Multi-billionaire Dr Patrice Motsepe and Bridgette Radebe.
Although she is married to a wealthy and prosperous husband, Dr Tshepo is a hardworking woman who has a rich educational background. She is a qualified medical doctor with a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and Surgery. Tshepo has been working with prominent and influential hospitals in Mzansi. She also runs a non-governmental organisation aiming to empower less privileged women across South Africa. Moreover, besides having an excellent academic background, Tshepo flexes her financial muscle by purchasing the world’s finest luxury cars and wearing designer clothes that cost a fortune.
Dr Tshepo Motsepe’s net worth and business empire get Mzansi talking
The famed first lady of South Africa has several business investments under her watch. Her multiple income streams have made her one of the most affluent women in Africa. As of 2022, Dr Tshepo Motsepe has an estimated net worth of (USD 676 Million) R10.2 billion.
Despite her social status and political affiliation, Dr Tshepo Motsepe remains an empathetic and compassionate individual. She has a business interest in the medical field. To excel in her business, she studied for a degree in the Social Entrepreneurship Certificate Program (SECP) at the Gordon Institute of Business Science.
Early Care Foundation
First lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe is a patron at the Early Care Foundation, a non-governmental foundation that caters to less privileged infants of 0-6 years, providing their basic needs. Many call her the mother Theresa of Mzansi has she has a good heart and is willing to help those in need.
South African Civil Society for Women’s, Adolescents’ and Children’s Health (SACSoWACH)
She is also the brains behind the famous SACSoWACH. The organisation made headlines a few months ago after donating millions of rands to the women of Kwazulu Natal who were affected by the floods. Her organisation focuses on improving the lives of women and youths from poor backgrounds. It can go as far as creating businesses for widows, giving them the financial freedom to look after their families.
Besides being a patron of several organisations Dr Tshepo and her husband Cyril Ramaposa has made strides in the farming business. The duo owns a farm range that breeds Ankole cows.
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