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Andile Ramaphosa Biography – Andile Ramaphosa Wiki
Andile Ramaphosa is the eldest of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s children. He is the Managing Director of Blue Crane Capital Limited since 2014. He studied his undergraduate at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, where he completed a Business Science in Finance and Statistics (B.Bus.Sc).
Andile then went on to work in asset management working for Coronation Asset Management as a Senior Analyst. After working for Coronation for two years, he went on to complete his first Masters in Economics (MA) in Shanghai China at Fudan University.
In 2011 he joined Standard Bank (Stanbic) in China as part of the ICBC relationship team, where he gained a lot of experience in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), project financing and as well as China-Africa business opportunities.
Whilst in China, Andile Ramaphosa completed his second Masters Science in Finance (MSc.Fin) through a joint programme offered by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and New York University (Stern Business School).
In 2012 he returned to South Africa where he then joined Macquarie Bank as their as their head of Africa Strategy in the executive team in South Africa where he worked till 2014 when he joined Blue Crane Capital Limited.
Andile Ramaphosa Age
He was born in 1982 to Cyril Matemela Ramaphosa and Tshepo Motsepe.
Andile Ramaphosa Mother
His mother is Tshepo Motsepe. Tshepo Motsepe is a medical doctor and the sister of South African mining billionaire Patrice Motsepe.
Andile Ramaphosa Wife
He is married to Bridget Birungi, a niece to former Ugandan prime minister and presidential candidate, Amama Mbabazi. They have a daughter named Ainebyona.
Bridget was raised by Mr. Mbabazi after her father died in 1983. She holds a post-graduate degree in Business Administration from Beijing University of Science and Technology. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from Beijing Jiatong University.
Andile and Bridget met in China during their campus days.