Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities In Africa 2018

Durban, South Africa is the most dangerous city in Africa in terms of crime, according to the Crime Index published recently by Numbeo, an online database of user contributed data about countries and cities worldwide..

Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities In Africa 2018

Durban South Africa isn’t the only South African city that made the list, four other South African cities also made the list of most dangerous cities in Africa making it the country with the most representative.

Other African cities that made the list include Lagos, Nigeria, Nairobi Kenya.

To create Numbeo’s ranking for a city’s criminality, the online database took into consideration car theft, drug use, and property crime, vandalism, assault and armed robbery, corruption and bribery and generally the level of crime in the said cities.

The 2018 of the 10 most dangerous cities in Africa ranking is based solely on perceptions of visitors of the website over the past three years.

More: Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries In Africa 2017

These are the top 10 most dangerous countries in Africa 2017.

City Rank Crime Index
Durban, South Africa 1 79.21
Johannesburg, South Africa 2 78.86
Pretoria, South Africa 3 78.52
Port Elizabeth, South Africa 4 73.19
Windhoek, Namibia 5 71.86
Cape Town, South Africa 6 69.67
Lagos, Nigeria 7 66.47
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania 8 64.38
Nairobi, Kenya 9 59.94
Tripoli, Libya 10 59.84

So therebyou have it, now you know where the most dangerous cities in Africa are located.

Uzonna Anele
Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.


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