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Patrice Motsepe

Patrice Motsepe in 2009
Born Patrice Tlhopane Motsepe
(1962-01-28) 28 January 1962 (age 54)
Soweto, South Africa
Nationality South Africa
Alma mater University of Swaziland
University of the Witwatersrand
Occupation Executive chairman of African Rainbow Minerals
Net worth US$ 1.56 billion[1]
Spouse(s) Precious Makgosi
Children 3[1]

I've heard people say South Africans are arrogant, that they act no differently from their colonial masters. That needs to change. It's in your business interest as an entrepreneur to form meaningful partnerships. That's how you do well for your shareholders.
Patrice Motsepe
You could be worth $2 billion today and a half a billion tomorrow. It doesn't take much for this to disappear overnight.
Patrice Motsepe
Youth all over the world are very hungry to succeed.
You have to have a globally competitive mining dispensation.
I have confidence in mining. I see exciting opportunities in it.
Education is at the heart of achieving your dreams.
The system of creating opportunities for those who were by law excluded, you've got to do that. But you mustn't create a perception that the process is devoid of competitiveness… devoid of building a world class, sustainable black business community.
Patrice Motsepe
The relationship between ARMgold and Harmony continues to develop and grow.
Patrice Motsepe
If we continue doing the right things in Africa, we can create a very exciting and competitive global market here.
Patrice Motsepe
Abe Krok was a man of integrity who made a unique contribution to Mamelodi Sundowns and to South African football.
Patrice Motsepe
Only in South Africa could you have a change in government without civil war. If there wasn't the depth of love and caring among our people, this would not have happened.
Patrice Motsepe
People don't know that there were very successful black businessmen in the years of apartheid.
Patrice Motsepe
South Africans are caring, compassionate and loving people.
My comrades would call me a 'black capitalist.'