Top 10 Cleanest Cities in Africa.
Africa is one of the most developing continents in the world according to AFDB.
Not only is Africa the world’s fastest-growing continent, but it is also demographically the youngest among the other continents.
This article takes a dive into the various famous African countries which on record are the cleanest.
All citizens are passionate to preserve their towns and cities clean. Walk on Kigali’s streets for hours and display each nook and also you won’t discover even one piece of garbage.
Port Louis, Mauritius
The city council of Port Louis is constantly keeping the city clean and sanitized. In terms of air quality, the city only competes against Scandinavian cities as the standard of Port Louis council is very high compared to most other cities in the world.
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town has a Solid Waste Management Department which has the target of ensuring general cleanliness in streets and public spaces. That’s why Cape Town’s beaches are among the cleanest beaches in the world.
The city council is responsible for cleaning the streets and it doesn’t end there! Tunis residents are always getting encouraged to rely more on renewable energy sources, including solar energy, wind energy, biofuels, and other areas.
It is the only place in Africa where people can speak German! Windhoek’s municipality is always engaging the local communities in solid waste management, to keep its environs tidy.
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
This city lies beside the Indian Ocean which makes it very beautiful and cute! You simply don’t like to leave this city after visiting it.
Gaborone is blessed with a powerful economy that is paired with a wise municipality that is constantly educating residents on ways to recycle, compost, and reuse.
known as the “Paris of North Africa” because of its breathtaking European-style buildings which are mixed with Arabian architecture. The municipality of Algiers is always coming up with different ideas for reducing the use of personal cars.
Most Nairobians walk, take public transit or use bikes for commuting which decreased the amount of Carbon (II) Oxide emission significantly compared to similar cities of the same size. People in Nairobi are also very fond of composting and recycling waste.
Libreville’s city hall has come up with a couple of innovative ideas to keep the city’s air clean, like increasing the car parking charge a lot that people get forced to rely more on public transport. Read More…
Author: Uncle Chu