1. Johannesburg South Africa: This is one of the wealthiest modern cities in Africa which has a lot of career and investment opportunities. Johannesburg is home to one of the largest man-made forest in the world and there are several shopping malls, restaurants, hotels of international standard and lots more.
2. Windhoek Namibia: This city is the economic, cultural, social, and political capital of Namibia. Windhoek has a bubbling business district which has shopping malls, restaurants, and bars. There are adequate healthcare services and good educational institutions in this city making it a wonderful place to live in.
3. Tunis Tunisia: This city is regarded as the second happiest place to live in Africa and has an ever-increasing manufacturing. Everyone sure loves to live happy and long well you might need to know that Tunis has a high life expectancy with an average life expectancy of 74.6 years old.
4. Nairobi Kenya: In this city, housing is affordable also coupled with one of the best internet connectivity in Africa. The technology market is promising in Nairobi, and the city has good social amenities and exciting attractions. It might interest you to know that most multinational companies prefer to have their base at Nairobi for their operations in East Africa and Africa at large.
5. Dar es Salaam Tanzania: This city is the economic and political nerve center of Tanzania and the third fastest growing city in African. This city enjoys a pleasant tropical weather all year round and is home to the famous University of Dar es Salaam. The city is blessed with beautiful attractions, as you can exhaust the endless list of exciting things you can do and see in this city.
6. Cape Town South Africa: This is a modern city mostly populated by white South Africans. This city has every social amenities that are found in most developed metropolitan cities. Cape Town is a very colourful city located near several vineyards which a short visit to would surely be memorable. Cape Town is the hub of digital and insurance sector in Africa and is located between mountains and the ocean.
7. Kigali Rwanda: You sure won’t be alone in this city as it has a large percentage of expatriates among its 1 million residents. The central business district of Kigali has several modern architectures springing up, and you would sure get a glimpse of the 20-floor, New Kigali tower. The diverse wildlife of the city is a great attraction which also plays host to the exotic mountain gorillas. So am sure a visit or stay in Kigali Rwanda would be fun.
8. Kumasi Ghana: This city is host to one of the largest market in West Africa which has over ten thousand stalls. Kumasi has many beautiful flowers and exotic plants species which gives the nickname of “The Garden City”. The people of this city are friendly and have a culture of hospitality which makes a stay in Kumasi a stress-free one.
9. Libreville Gabon: This is the largest city of Gabon and it has an amazing literacy rate of about 90 percent. Libreville is blessed with beautiful architecture and monuments, grand boulevard and stylish designs. The city is developed and urbanized with standard social amenities to serve the people.
10. Lagos Nigeria: This is the most populous city in Nigeria and the city is steeped in history and culture and has a remarkable array of magnificent architecture and stunning attractions. Lagos is the main economic hub of Nigeria, despite not being the capital city of the country. There are notable companies, top-notch amenities, and educational institutions in the city.