The American booty business is getting a huge bump as companies are cashing in on increasing demand from women who desire a more curvaceous figure and fuller rear ends. Celebrities like Kim Kardashian have given a whole new meaning to big backsides and curves. But just because she has the most famous butt in the
The African continent has produced many wealthy people; with over 28 known billionaires. According the Forbes’ 2015 list of Africa’s 50 Richest, Nigerian business magnate Aliko Dangote remains the richest person in Africa and the richest black man in the world. Here are the richest people in Africa, according to Forbes. 53) Gerrit Thomas “GT”
South Africa has over 11 billionaires. Patrice Motsepe is the first and only black billionaire. Here are the top 10 richest South Africans as of 2015, according to Forbes’ list of richest people in Africa. 12) Gerrit “GT” Thomas Ferreira – $510 Million Gerrit Thomas “GT” Ferreira is a self-made millionaire who co-founded Rand Consolidated
Considered the poorest continent on the planet, Africa is the home to 54 sovereign nations with some progressing nations who are quite wealthy like Nigeria, Morocco, Tunisia and South Africa. Nigeria in particular is an international oil industry player; is by far Africa’s biggest producer of oil with over 2.5 million barrels produced every day.
Africa is one of the largest continents in the world and the home to 54 sovereign states. Although regarded as the poorest continent, there are some progressing economies in Africa which are quite wealthy. This list reflects the GDP per capita. This is the gross domestic product, or total market value of goods and services produced
Since the 1990’s, African countries and footballers have featured far more at world football’s top table. Although no African team is yet to reach further than the quarter finals at the World Cup, their individual footballers have been recognised for their talents. Their talent has invariably seen them be well rewarded financially and they are