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Sindika Dokolo Net Worth

Sindika Dokolo Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Sindika Dokolo net worth is
$15 Billion

Sindika Dokolo Wiki/Biography

Sindika Dokolo was born on the 16th March 1972, in Kinshasa, Zaire, of Congolese and Danish descent, and is recognized for being not only a businessman, who is the heir to one of the largest economic empires of Zaire, but also an art collector, who owns one of the greatest contemporary African art collections. His career has been active since 1995.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Sindika Dokolo is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Sindika’s net worth is over $15 billion, accumulated through his successful involvement in the business industry. Another source is coming from his exhibitions.

Sindika Dokolo Net Worth $15 Billion

Sindika Dokolo spent his childhood in France and Belgium, where he was raised by his father, Augustin Dokolo Sanu, a well-known businessman and bank owner, and his mother, Hanne Kruse. He went to the Lycée Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague in Paris, France, after which he enrolled at the Pierre and Marie Curie University to study Foreign Languages, Economics and Commerce.

Speaking about his career, Sindika started to collect African art when he was only 15 years old,  under the influence of his father who was a collector of classical African art. Right after graduation in 1995, he returned to Zaire and began to work in the family business – having 17 companies which operate with banking, real estate investments, printing, car selling, etc. This marked the beginning of his career and increase of his net worth. Unfortunately, the country’s economy collapsed, so his business was nationalized by the government under President Mobutu Sese Seko.

However, Sindika decided to establish the Sindika Dokolo Foundation, an organization which would promote various arts and culture festivals. One of their most important achievements has been the creation of a center for contemporary art in Luanda, where would be represented not only contemporary African art, but also other pieces of international artists. Thus, in 2006 he held exhibitions such as “SD Observatorio” at the Valencia Institute of Modern Art, “Check List Luanda Pop” at the 52nd Venice Biennale, among many others, all of which helped add considerable amount to his net worth. In 2010, he organized the exposition “Luanda Suave e Frenética”, for Luanda’s 434th anniversary.

To speak further about his career, Sindika also exposed his art collection at the opening of the VII Biennial of São Tomé and Príncipe in December of 2013, after which he exhibited in London as a part of 1:54 contemporary African art exhibition. Two years later, he was honored with the Medal of Merit by the city of Oporto, Portugal for his exhibition of cotemporary art pieces called “You Love Me, You Love Me Not”, which is considered as the the largest existing African art collection, and which increased his net worth by a large margin. Most recently, he held an exposition at Casa Manoel de Oliveira building in Portugal.

Apart from this, Sindika is also the owner of Amigotel, a company which provides services and equipment in the telecommunication sector, as well as being the editor of the Uanga review, both of which help to steadily increase his net worth.

When it comes to speak about his personal life, Sindika Dokolo has been married to Isabel dos Santos, the oldest daughter of former President of Angola José Eduardo dos Santos, since 2002. Their current residence is in Luanda, Angola.


Net Worth$15 Billion
Date Of BirthMarch 16, 1972
Place Of BirthKinshasa, Zaire
ProfessionCEO, Businessperson, Art collector
EducationPierre and Marie Curie University
NationalityCongolese
SpouseIsabel dos Santos
ParentsAugustin Dokolo, Hanne Kruse
SiblingsManzanza Badjoko Dokolo, Luzolo Dokolo
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/sdokolo
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/sindika_dokolo
Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/sindika_dokolo
AwardsMedal of Merit by the city of Oporto

Source
Wikipedia

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