The Africa You Don’t See On TV

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Talk of Africa and it’s funny the world sees it as a continent filled with people with houseflies coming out of their mouth gasping for water. They make it appears Africa is a continent just filled with hungry people forgetting that Africa is the second largest continent after Asia hence been that big, it will come with it’s own challenges and so what baffles me is, why does the West only focus on bad side? As the saying goes, until the day the lion learns to tell his own story, the story of the hunter and the lion will always glorify the hunter. Let therefore have a look at Africa which might never see on TV.

Luanda, Angola

Capital of Africa’s second largest oil producer, Luanda is home to the nation’s main seaport and administrative center. In the past decade, this city has achieved the most developments among any city in Africa.

Agadir, Morocco

Capital of Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane province, Agadir is one of the major urban centres of Morocco. The city has been rebuilt after the 1960 earthquake. It is now Morocco’s largest seaside resort; attracting tourists from all over the world.

Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya’s largest city and capital, Nairobi is the most populous city in eastern Africa. It is one of the most leading cities in Africa, both politically and financially (Africa’s 4th largest exchange in terms of trading volume).

Johannesburg, South Africa

By population, Johannesburg is the largest and wealthiest city in South Africa. Called Africa’s economic powerhouse, this city is also the largest economy of any metropolitan region in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Cairo, Egypt

The home of civilization, Cairo is Egypt’s capital and the largest city in the Middle-East and second-largest in Africa after Lagos. This city was named the “world’s most 24-hour city” in 2011 by Badoo ahead of New York and Paris.

Port Louis, Mauritius

The capital city of Mauritius, Port Louis is one of Africa’s main financial centers. The city is mostly overshadow by its financial hub, tourism, manufacturing sector, and port facilities. This nation languages include English and French.

Cape Town, South Africa

The second-most populous city in South Africa, Cape Town is famous for its harbour, Table Mountain and Cape Point. It is the most popular international tourist destination in South Africa.

Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire

The main economic hub of Cote d’Ivoire, after after Paris and Kinshasa, Abidjan is the the third-largest French-speaking city in the world.
Algiers, Algeria
Algeria’s largest city and Capital. Algiers is a prominent economic, and financial center. The modern Algiers is built along the seashore.

Durban, South Africa

Famous for being the busiest container port in South Africa and Africa. With large and diversified economy; strong manufacturing, tourism, transportation, and finance, Durban remains the third richest city in South Africa.

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Former capital, richest and largest city in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam is the major city for both business and government in Tanzania.

Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

The capital of Equatorial Guinea. Like Luanda Malabo has seen new developments. The government decided to create a new city from scratch what is now know as Malabo II. The oil-rich nation is sprouting new skyscrapers.

Abuja, Nigeria

Nigeria’s capital, Abuja was built in the 1980s before becoming the capital in 1991. The city is one of the richest and most expensive in Africa.
Source: Richestlifestyle.com

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  1. I like Africa for its natural beauty and vast areas . I like it’s natural foods. I like it’s peoples. They are simple, straight forward and honest. I like scattered population. I like some of its nude population for they live such a natural life. Weather is a bit hot in certain areas but it looks and feels pleasant.
    Africa, a great place to live.

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