Edison Group owner Vivian Reddy has a huge net worth today. Carrying Indian ethnicity, he is the richest businessman, find hiw wiki, wife to children details. Vathasallum Reddy or more commonly known as Vivian Reddy is a businessman from South African popular for being the founder of the multi-million dollar company Edison Group. The company deals with multiple facets like healthcare products and services, finance, casinos, energy plants and property. The total net worth of the company’s assets is estimated to be $9.44 billion!
|Full Name||Vivian Reddy|
|Net Worth||$9.44 Billion|
|Source of Income||Businessman|
|Annual Salary||$1 Billion|
|Wife||Sorisha Naidoo; Sorisha Naidoo|
|Children||Yavini, Kuber , Kalina , Shantan and Saihil Reddy|
The February born 63 year old millionaire was born in Durban, South Africa. His father was a teacher and he was the youngest amongst his eight other siblings. The family being a very big one had very few resources basic needs. Reddy grew up in a very humble and simple way, hardly having any luxury in life. He struggled hard and was successful in procuring a diploma in Electrical Engineering. When Reddy was 16 years old, he was selected to represent his country as a scout in Japan where he got to meet astronaut Neil Armstrong who inspired him in a big way enabling him to believe in himself and move ahead with the dreams.
Reddy was fired from his first job in an electrical company in South Africa. Moving with the zest to do something in life, he single handed started a business with only R500 in the 1970s. He worked on the Constant and Never-Ending Improvement Principle and decided to build the best electrical company. With perseverance and innovation he was successful in doing so. He gradually expanded his business plans to various sectors and opened a casino successfully. Currently the company has 2000 and more employees.
Reddy got married to Mogi Naidoo and have three children. He remarried TV personality Sorisha Naidoo and has a son and a daughter. He is an active philanthropist and donates religiously for the education and basic needs of underprivileged and orphan children. Reddy celebrated his 60th birthday in a big way with 150 of his family members and relatives in his extravagant home in Umhlanga. A huge cake was baked just for his birthday and guest enjoyed savory food and super expensive drinks. 10,000 underprivileged children were also treated on this occasion. He also announced his retirement on his 65th birthday.