Millionaire Rob Hersov mounts double-barrelled offensive in mining and politics

Invest Africa president Rob Hersov, in 2017.
Invest Africa president Rob Hersov, in 2017. © Invest Africa/Twitter
Along with the launch of a vehicle aimed at raising $300m to invest in African gold, businessman Rob Hersov, heir to the founding family of mining giant AngloVaal, is also pouring money into politics ahead of municipal elections in August. [...] (484 words)
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