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Much of the African population suffers from hunger, misery, wars, unemployment, among many other decadent situations. Africa is undoubtedly the continent with the worst social indicators in the world. The African continent is currently home to about 930 million inhabitants. Of this total, a large part is concentrated in Nigeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa, which are the most populous countries.

The regions with the highest demographic densities are those with fertile soils, such as the river valley and the Nile and Niger Delta, in addition to the coastal coast, a place with good rainfall. The regions of Africa with low population density comprise desert areas, such as the Sahara desert (Islamic Africa), the Namibian and Calaari desert and the forests of Congo (Sub-Saharan Africa).


Currently, the continent has undergone an intense process of urbanization, even so, large urban centers are restricted: the largest cities are Cairo (Egypt), with about 7 million inhabitants; Alexandria (Egypt), with 4 million; Lagos (Nigeria), with 7 million; Casablanca (Morocco), with 3.7 million; Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo), with 9 million; Algiers (Algeria), with 2.5 million; and Cape Town (South Africa), with 3.4 million.

African countries have the worst mortality rates (13.5%), in addition to having a high birth rate (35.2%) and the highest vegetative growth in the world (2.17%), showing that the quality of life of population is decadent. Hunger and AIDS are problems that affect Africa almost entirely. According to data from the United Nations, about 150 million Africans do not eat the minimum amount of calories daily, and another 23 million are at risk of starvation.

All the social problems identified in Africa (poverty, hunger, unemployment, wars, etc) can be aggravated, considering that if vegetative growth continues at the same pace (around 1.9% per year), in 2015 the African population will be 1 billion, a fact that will trigger an increase in the demand for food, increasing hunger.

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Welcome to the top MBA directory in Africa. We have created the list of best African business colleges that provide BBA, MBA or DBA programs. Most business schools offer full-time, part-time and executive education. Such rankings are based on the student surveys, alumni reviews, admissions profiles, employment rates, average starting salary and peer school assessment. To find out detailed information about admissions and career about each school in Africa, just follow the link below.

MBA Colleges in Africa

Ranking School Name Founded Country
1 Lagos Business School 1991 Nigeria
2 Gordon Institute of Business Science 2000 South Africa
3 American University in Cairo School of Business 2009 Egypt
4 The University of Dar es Salaam Business School 2008 Tanzania
5 Makerere University Business School 1960s Uganda
6 Wits Business School 1968 South Africa
7 Strathmore Business School 2005 Kenya
8 University of Ghana Business School 1962 Ghana
9 HEM Business School 1988 Morocco
10 The United States International University-Africa Business School 1969 Kenya
Note: According to Countryaah, there are 54 countries in Africa. Among these countries and regions, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda  host the African leading 10 famous business MBA programs.
 
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