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List of Countries In Africa And Their Capitals

This is list of countries in Africa and their capitals, sorted out in alphabetical order for easy reading. I have also taken time to answer a few common questions about Africa

IS AFRICA A COUNTRY OR A CONTINENT?

Africa is sometimes confused for a country, especially by people who have never visited Africa. The answer to this question is – Africa is a continent.

list of countries in africa alphabetical order

HOW MANY COUNTRIES ARE IN AFRICA?

54 Countries are members of the African Union,

55 Morocco is a member of United nations but not the Africa Union.

LIST OF COUNTRIES IN AFRICA

This is a list of all recognised countries in Africa and their capitals, sorted out in alphabetical order.

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  1. Algeria – Algiers
  2. Angola – Luanda
  3. Benin – Porto-Novo
  4. Botswana – Gaborone
  5. Burkina Faso – Ouagadougou
  6. Burundi – Bujumbura
  7. Cameroon – Yaounde
  8. Republic of Cabo Verde – Praia
  9. Central African Republic – Bangui
  10. Chad – N’Djamena
  11. Comoros – Moroni
  12. Democratic Republic of Congo – Kinshasa
  13. Republic of Congo – Brazzaville
  14. Cote d’Ivoire – Yamoussoukro
  15. Djibouti – Djibouti
  16. Egypt – Cairo
  17. Equatorial Guinea – Malabo
  18. Eritrea – Asmara
  19. Ethiopia – Addis Ababa
  20. Gabon – Libreville
  21. Gambia – Banjul
  22. Ghana – Accra
  23. Guinea – Conakry
  24. Guinea Bissau – Bissau
  25. Kenya – Nairobi
  26. Lesotho – Maseru
  27. Liberia – Monrovia
  28. Libya – Tripoli
  29. Madagascar – Antananarivo
  30. Malawi – Lilongwe
  31. Mali – Bamako
  32. Mauritania – Nouakchott
  33. Mauritius – Port Louis
  34. Morocco – Rabat
  35. Mozambique – Maputo
  36. Namibia – Windhoek
  37. Niger – Niamey
  38. Nigeria – Abuja
  39. Rwanda – Kigali
  40. Republic Arab Saharawi Democratic – Aauin
  41. Sao Tome and Principe – Sao Tome
  42. Senegal – Dakar
  43. Seychelles – Victoria
  44. Sierra Leone – Freetown
  45. Somalia – Mogadishu
  46. South Africa – Pretoria (Executive), Bloemfontein (Judical), CapeTown (Legislative)
  47. South Sudan – Juba
  48. Sudan – Khartoum
  49. Swaziland – Lobamba (royal and legislative) Mbabane (Administrative)
  50. Tanzania – Dar es Salaam (Traditional capital) Dodoma (Location of legislature)
  51. Togo – Lomé
  52. Tunisia – Tunis
  53. Uganda – Kampala
  54. Zambia – Lusaka
  55. Zimbabwe – Harare
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  1. Wish to thank you for this, writing a book aimed at children based on Africa and her vast tribes/languages and geographical location of her cities, this came very handy.

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