Uebert Angel’s net worth, assets and more

Uebert Angel’s net worth, assets and more

Uebert Angel is one of the richest pastors in southern Africa and on the African continent. Over the years, he has made many headlines, from life-changing miracles.

Angel founded Good News Church and is Bushiri’s spiritual father. However, he also doubles as a diplomat, presidential envoy and ambassador-at-large to Europe in the office of His Excellency President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

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Apart from his ministry, he is a celebrated business mogul in his own right. Over the years, he has been regarded as one of the wealthiest in Africa.

According to BuzzSouthAfrica, he has an estimated net worth of around $100 million, which amounts to R1.8 billion.

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No doubt, in the backdrop, we have managed to connect the dots on his business empire that has often thrust him into top trends. Let’s dive into Uebert Angel’s assets and source of his income.

He has made a fortune from his ministerial calling to his real estate business. Uebert Angel has made a fortune from his TV channels over the past years; the channels include:

  • GoodNews TV
  • Miracle TV
  • AtomGram (social media application)

He also makes a considerable amount from the Osborn Institute of Theology. The institute is an online theology school that offers certificates and diplomas in Christian Theology.

  • OIT Certificate in Theology (entire course) – £499
  • OIT Diploma in Theology (entire course) – £799

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There is also a Ministry Academy which nurtures aspiring gospel ministers. Angel and Jerome Fernando oversee the academy operations. A general admission fee is £190.


A considerable chunk of Uebert Angel’s wealth comes from:

  • The Billion Group
  • Sam Berkeley
  • The Angel Organisation
  • The Millionaire Academy
  • Zimbabwe’s Presidential Envoy and Ambassador at large
  • Real Estate

He owns several properties across the world. Angel owns a mansion in Lincoln, UK, best known as Angel Manor mansion and worth more than R50 million. He also owns the famous three-storey conference centre, New York Hippodrome.

To cap his life of glitz and glamour, he owns a fleet of exotic cars which include:

  • Black Badge Rolls-Royce
  • Lamborghini
  • Spyder F3 CAN-AM

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