Rinehart’s personal life hits the small screen
Australian mining billionaire Gina Rinehart’s life story is about to get public. The magnate, famous for being quite private, will see her life showcased in a six-hour mini series based on her unauthorized biography.
The Sydney Morning Herald reports that Screentime production company have secured the rights to Gina Rinehart: The untold story of the world's richest women, written by BusinessDay journalist Adele Ferguson.
Rinehart released her own book late last year, titled Northern Australia and Then Some: Changes We Need to Make Our Country Rich, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of her father Lang Hancock's flight over Western Australia's Pilbara, where he discovered the Hamersley iron ore deposits.