Best African countries to live and execute business opportunities
Africa is one of the best continents, with outstanding historical exhibitions in the world. It is said that Africa is the world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent after Asia in both cases. Despite its low concentration in wealth, it is rated as an important economic market in the broader global context.
It is reported that Botswana is the world’s 30th most peaceful country with no history of political violence, coup or civil war. It has Africa's police and rule of law, low debt and is safe to walk at night. Citizens are law-abiding, enjoying free healthcare and education, which are funded with their diamond money.
Namibia has been said that it is one of the best countries to live in Africa. It has Africa's best roads. Its capital, Windhoek, is Africa’s 2nd cleanest city. It ranks higher than the USA, France and the United Kingdom press freedom. Its economy had a perfect AAA Fitch rating in 2017. It has Africa's 2nd best Judiciary.
Mauritius is one of the best most exotic tourist destinations. It is Africa's most developed country, best-governed country and best country to do business. Reports state that it provides free healthcare and education. Mauritius attracted 1,45 million tourists in 2019 and 1.36 million tourists in 2017.
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Seychelles is amongst one of the best countries to live in Africa. It is Africa's 2nd most developed country. Reports stated, it has Africa's highest minimum wage of about $426 ( R 6 709,41) monthly, a literacy rate of up to 95.9% and GDP per capita. It has free healthcare and a 4% unemployment rate.
Lastly, Egypt, they have completed the new Sphinx International Airport in Giza. Reports announced the airport will allow tourists to take a flight directly to the Pyramids of Giza and the Grand Egyptian Museum, the world's largest archaeological museum. In seven years, Egypt has built 10,000 new factories. The industrial sector's value has grown from $22 billion in 2014 to $60 billion in 2021. Egypt's GDP has risen from $235 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $509 billion by the end of 2022.