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Africa’s fastest growing cities

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Sub Saharan Africa is urbanizing faster than any other region. These are the 30 SSA cities that are driving the continent’s growth.

Like the rest of the developing world, Africa’s urban population is growing at a furious pace. Within the next two decades, the continent’s urban population will double as new economic centres emerge and attract rising tide of Africans moving to these areas for jobs and a better life. CONTINUE READING


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