Top ten richest cities in Africa by wealth.

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Note that although the GDP per capita of cities located in oil-rich countries is high, their households are not particularly wealthy, here is a list of the top ten richest cities in Africa by wealth: Per capita GDP.

Source: Authors’ calculations, based on data from Oxford
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1 Malabo (Equatorial Guinea) with over US$ 17 thousands

Malabo by casimiro ondo, no Flickr

2 Libreville( Gabon) with over US$ 16 thousands


3 Port Luis (Mauritius) with over US$ 14 thousands


4 Windhoek (Namibia) with over US$ 14 thousands

Christ Church, Christuskirche, Windhoek, Namibia

5 Gaborone (Botswana) with over US$ 13 thousands


6 Constantine (Algeria) with over US$ 11 thousands


7 Oran (Algeria) with over US$ 11 thousands

Experience in Oran, Algeria by riad

8 Algiers (Algeria) with over US$ 11 thousands


9 Johannesburg (South Africa) with over US$ 11 thousands


10 Pretoria (South Africa) with over US$ 10 thousands

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Purple-colored jacaranda blossoms in Pretoria in October 2009 bloom ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup soccer event starting June 11, 2010. (Kyodo)

Big cities such as Lagos, Nairobi, Cairo, Mombasa etc have high GDP but their GDP per capita is very low.

: World Economic Forum Africa competitiveness report

One Reply to “Top ten richest cities in Africa by wealth.”

  1. Simon says:

    Good info lay out

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