Life's a beach – Mauritius has the highest wealth per capita in Africa, the fastest growing wealth per capita, and the fastest growing population of millionaires, according to a new report from the AfrAsia Bank.
Par for the course – The report attributed the island's wealth to its favorable business climate with low taxes and loose regulations, as well as the luxury lifestyle on offer including beaches and golf courses.
Five-star facilities – Mauritius has also seen rapid development of its infrastructure including new hospitals such as the Apollo Bramwell.
Business capital – South Africa is home to over 40,000 millionaires, the most of any African country. Johannesburg is the number one city for millionaires.
Nile high – Egypt is the second-placed African country for millionaires with over 18,000, the majority concentrated in its capital Cairo.
Going down – Zimbabwe's wealth per capita has plummeted to $200 after a sustained period of economic crisis under President Robert Mugabe.
Sleeping giant – Nigeria experienced a slump in 2016 with wealth per capita falling by 20%.