Africa is not a country. Here is a list of African countries and their capitals Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 4, 2021

 


Africa is not a country but a continent with 55 countries recognized by the African Union. Nigeria is the most populous and South Africa is the richest. Below is the list of African countries and their capitals

Alphabetical list of capital cities in Africa
CountryCapital city
A
AlgeriaAlgiers
AngolaLuanda
B
BeninCotonou
BotswanaGaborone
Burkina FasoOuagadougou
BurundiBujumbura
C
Cabo VerdePraia
CameroonYaounde
Central African RepublicBangui
ChadN’Djamena
ComorosMoroni
Democratic Republic of theCongoKinshasa
Republic of the CongoBrazzaville
Cote d’IvoireYamoussoukro
D
DjiboutiDjibouti (city)
E
EgyptCairo
Equatorial GuineaMalabo (de jure),
Oyala (seat of government)
EritreaAsmara
EthiopiaAddis Ababa
G
GabonLibreville
GambiaBanjul
GhanaAccra
GuineaConakry
Guinea-BissauBissau
K
KenyaNairobi
L
LesothoMaseru
LiberiaMonrovia
LibyaTripoli
CountryCapital city
M
MadagascarAntananarivo
MalawiLilongwe
MaliBamako
MauritaniaNouakchott
MauritiusPort Louis
MoroccoRabat
MozambiqueMaputo
N
NamibiaWindhoek
NigerNiamey
NigeriaAbuja
R
RwandaKigali
S
Sao Tome and PrincipeSão Tomé
SenegalDakar
SeychellesVictoria
Sierra LeoneFreetown
SomaliaMogadishu
South AfricaPretoria (administrative),
Cape Town (legislative),
Bloemfontein (judicial)
South SudanJuba
SudanKhartoum
SwazilandMbabane (administrative),
Lobamba (legislative, royal)
T
TanzaniaDodoma
TogoLomé
TunisiaTunis
U
UgandaKampala
Z
ZambiaLusaka
ZimbabweHarare

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