9th – 10th OCTOBER 2023 | LONDON
Nathan Kirsh is a Swazi billionaire businessman with a net worth of $5.3 billion in 2022. Nathan Kirsh began his career as a businessman with a corn milling and malt business in Eswatini. He returned to South Africa, where he was born, and acquired Moshal Gevisser, a successful wholesale food distribution business which he used to primarily supply goods to black shopkeepers as during the apartheid regime white business owners were prohibited from operating within black townships. He went on to found Jetro Cash and Carry and Restaurant Depot, a wholesale store selling goods to retailers in New York. Nathan Kirsh founded the Kirsh Foundation which operates in microfinance to provide affordable loans and financial advice to Swazi women. Learn more about him here.
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