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    Billionaire Tudor Jones returns to Chiredzi





    MORRIS BISHI
    CHIREDZI BUREAU

    CHIREDZI
    – American billionaire who is ranked among the top 105 in the USA Paul Tudor Jones II has returned to Malilangwe Conservancy, a popular destination for the World's billionaires.
    Jones' visit comes hot on the heels of a visit by Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani, an Indian billionaire who was on a three-day safari last week.
    Jones is expected to spend two weeks on holiday.
    Unlike the previous year in which he brought a 30 member team of guests, this time around Jones was received at the airport by officials from Malilangwe Conservancy Trust with a team of only 12 people which includes his family, two pilots, a medical team and a few other staff members.
    With an estimated $5 billion net worth, Jones owner of the famed hedge fund Tudor Investment Corp is one of the most successful and legendary investors of the 20th century, and is still making money with profitable investments in the new millennium. He is ranked 108 on USA rich list and is 345 richest worldwide according to Forbes magazine.
    Jones landed at Buffallo Range airport in a private jet and was airlifted by a small plane to the exquisite Malilangwe Conservancy where he is believed to be the principal owner together with Singita Game Park in Tanzania.
    Sources told The Mirror that he is staying at the 5 star Singita Pamushana Lodge which costs over $5000 per night.
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