10 Cleanest Cities in Africa 2017

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10 Cleanest Cities in Africa 2017
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Almost everyone knows the adage “Cleanliness is next to Godliness” Every country in the world and Africa as well strives to maintain its beauty through being clean. The cleanest cities in Africa are hubs for the economy and therefore their physical appearance matters. Clean cities also promote the physical and mental state of its citizens. They are also tourist attractions. These days cleanliness is a prime issue and a major concern to many African cities.

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10.Windhoek – Namibia

Windhoek, the tenth of Africans cleanest cities and is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Namibia. The city has adopted innovative and cheap ways of using the efforts of the local communities for collecting and removing solid waste. There are several tourist attractions and amenities for the residents.
9.Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)
Dar es Salaam is the largest and richest city in Tanzania. Despite its national significance, the city was once among the most trash riddled cities in Africa. Things are changing for the better and is now one of the cleanest cities in Africa. It is a major town and commercial port on Tanzania’s Indian Ocean coast.
The city developed from a fishing village. Dar es Salaam has an open-air Village Museum has re-created the traditional homes of local and other Tanzanian tribes and hosts tribal dancing. It also offers Tanzanian history exhibits, including the fossils of human ancestors.
8.Libreville (Gabon)
It is the capital and the largest city of Gabon with almost half of the population of the country. Libreville is a good city with clean paved roads and a European city look.
7.Accra (Ghana)
Accra capital and the largest city of Ghana is cantered on British, Danish and Dutch forts and their surrounding communities. It is a relatively clean city but tends to accumulate filth.
6.Tunis (Tunisia)
The capital and the largest city of Tunisia is Tunis which is a fairly clean city when compares to other cities in North Africa hence one of the cleanest cities in Africa.
5.Gaborone (Botswana)
It was once one of the fastest developing cities in the world and is the capital city and largest city of the nation. The city is under the management of the Gaborone City Council, which has taken many steps to keep the city clean.
4.Kigali (Rwanda)
Kigali ranks fourth in the top ten cleanest cities in Africa. It is popularly known as the Green City in the Sun and is the nation’s capital city. The County Government of Kigali runs the city.
kigali’s governor unveiled 14 new garbage collection trucks and one wheel loader to boost the city’s capacity to handle solid waste in 2014.
3.Johannesburg (South Africa)

Another one of the top ten cleanest cities in Africa is Johannesburg; South Africa’s largest city. Johannesburg is a modern and prosperous African city with skyscrapers, parks, gardens and residential areas. The authorities encourage residents of Johannesburg to volunteer their time to help clean up public spaces.

2.Port Louis (Mauritius)
Port Louis is the most populated city of Mauritius. The capital city of the nation is the second of the top ten cleanest cities in Africa. It is also Mauritius’ economic, political and cultural centre. Port Louis is under the administration of the Municipal City Council of Port Louis.

1.Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town has won many prestigious international travel awards for its beauty. The city rests between the ocean and the mountains with all the amenities and sophistication of an urban area. The city’s Solid Waste Management Department ensures that the street and public spaces are clean.
Visitors can use rotating cable cars to get to the mountain’s flat top, to enjoy sweeping views of the city, the harbour and boats heading for Robben Island, the prison that Nelson Mandela was held, it is now a living museum.

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24 thoughts on “10 Cleanest Cities in Africa 2017”

  1. Kigali, Rwanda should be on Top. I never saw a single sheet of paper or plastic on the street. Most Organize Urban planning, plus they don't use cable wire for electricity. I wonder how they were able to do it? Hope a person leaving in Rwanda could tell me.
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  2. Johannesburg is not clean,in this Video they Judge Johannesburg according one Street in the Soweto Township but there are filthy areas around Soweto ,had they researched Jo'burg thoroughly it was not gonna be featured here.I'm South African ,just stating the truth that every South African in JHB knows.

  3. I think you have failed to understand whta cleanest means as compared to beutifulness. Kigali Rwanda is the beatiful city but not the cleanest. To my own understanding cleanest also include the city size.

  4. The maker of this list obviously did not travel !
    Just to name a few (no offence) Accra, Joburg and Dar es Salaam should not be on this list, I will have to say colourful is a different topic.
    In Marocco there are some very clean cities that should be mentioned. Surprisingly Asmara in Eritrea is in my opinion by far the cleanest city in (sub saharan) Africa, even the slums ! (which actually don't really exist there) are clean.
    Kigali also very clean.
    And if you add smell in the equation you would have a total different list.
    I certainly do not claim I know all of Africa but I have travelled over 20 some countries in Africa alone.
    That is why I consider myself blessed and capable to give my opinion.
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