Watch, Patrice Motsepe’s Massive Mansion And Luxurious Cars
Patrice Tlhopane Motsepe was born on 28 January 1962, he is a South African mining billionaire businessman of Tswana descent. He is the founder and executive chairman of African Rainbow Minerals, which has interests in gold, ferrous metals, base metals, and platinum.
He obtained a Bachelors of arts degree at the University of Swaziland, and then he went on completing his second degree, a law degree at the University of Witwatersrand.
Motsepe is famous for being one of the richest men in South Africa. His hard-earned money has allowed him to splash the cash at impressive investments
His investments include the 69 million Rand mansion which is located south of Capetown. The Mamelodi Sundowns owner bought the house which sits on a 12000 square meters plot in 2014.
The Massive house has six ensuite bedrooms with dressing rooms. There is a tennis court, a pavilion, and a swimming pool. There is also a dining room that accommodates at least 26 people at once.
The house also has a gym, a music room, a wine cellar, and a cinema. The mansion has a wing for the staff members and a large garage for his collection of cars
Patrice Motsepe’s Cars & Private Jet.
Motsepe owns a collection of luxury BMWs, several Mercedes-Benz cars, and a Bentley Continental GT.
He has great taste in cars. He reportedly owns a collection of a BMW 750Li, Mercedes Benz S65 AMG, a Bentley Continental GT and the BMW 760Li.
His BMW 750Li
Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG
Bentley Continental GT
On top of that he also owns a private jet which he once shared with famous US rapper 50 Cent.
Motsepe’s Private Jet
He also bought one of his children a Supercharged B7 Audi RS4. See picture below
Motsepe started working at a very young age for his father’s Spaza shop, which catered mainly for mine workers.
After getting his law degree, Motsepe was the first ever black law firm partner in 1994, the exact year South Africa had its first democratic election.
In 1997 golf prices hit rock bottom, this enabled Motsepe to buy six gold mine shafts from AngloGold for $7.7 million, which he was able to pay off with money his company, now called African Rainbow Minerals, earned.
Patrice Motsepe’s Massive Mansion