Tanzanian tycoon, author and philanthropist Reginald Mengi has died at the age of 75. He is one of the richest people in Africa and was also known for his business in media, consumer goods but mostly the charity work of sending hundreds of Tanzanian children with heart diseases to India for treatments. For more on his legacy, CNBC Africa’s Head of Programming and Author of Africa’s Billionaires Chris Bishop joins for more.
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