The Premier Soccer League is one of the richest football leagues in Africa and here is a look at the richest PSL club owners in South Africa in 2020.
At number five there is John Comitis whose networth is reported to be 6 million dollars. He founded Ajax Capetown in 1999 with Rob Moore. He sold his shares and started his own club Capetown City in 2016. He also has businesses ranging from property to food chains.
The fourth richest PSL club owner is Kaizer Motaung whose networth is 7 million dollars. He started his soccer club Kaizer Chiefs in 1970. He is also a board member at several companies including Kaizer Holdings.
At third place there is Irvin Khoza whose networth is estimated to be 10 million dollars. He is the boss at Orlando Pirates. He took over the club in 1991. He also has several companies in property investments.
The second richest PSL club owner is Patrice Motsepe whose networth is 2,9 billion dollars. He took over ownership of Mamelodi Sundowns in 2004. He also has businesses in the mining industry especially gold and platinum.
The richest PSL club owner in South Africa is Johann Rupert whose networth is 5,6 billion dollars. He became the owner of Stellenbosch F.C in 2016. The business tycoon also has interests in finance, cricket and golf.