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Ol teritori na rijenEdit

The countries in this table are categorised according to the scheme for geographic subregions used by the United Nations, and data included are per sources in cross-referenced articles. Where they differ, provisos are clearly indicated.

 
Ol rijen bilong Aprika:      Not Aprika      Wes Aprika      Middle Africa      Eastern Aprika      Sauten Aprika
 
Physical map bilong Aprika.
 
Satellite photo bilong Aprika.
Name of region[1] and
territory, with plak
Area
(km²)
Population
(1 Julai 2002 est.)
Population density
(per km²)
Kapitol
Eastern Africa:
  Burundi 27,830 6,373,002 229.0 Bujumbura
  Comoros 2,170 614,382 283.1 Moroni
  Jibuti 23,000 472,810 20.6 Djibouti
  Eritrea 121,320 4,465,651 36.8 Asmara
  Ethiopia 1,127,127 67,673,031 60.0 Addis Ababa
  Kenya 582,650 31,138,735 53.4 Nairobi
  Madagascar 587,040 16,473,477 28.1 Antananarivo
  Malawi 118,480 10,701,824 90.3 Lilongwe
  Mauritius 2,040 1,200,206 588.3 Port Louis
  Mayotte (France) 374 170,879 456.9 Mamoudzou
  Mozambique 801,590 19,607,519 24.5 Maputo
Templet:Country data Réunion Réunion (France) 2,512 743,981 296.2 Saint-Denis
  Rwanda 26,338 7,398,074 280.9 Kigali
  Seychelles 455 80,098 176.0 Victoria
  Somalia 637,657 7,753,310 12.2 Mogadishu
  Tanzania 945,087 37,187,939 39.3 Dodoma
  Uganda 236,040 24,699,073 104.6 Kampala
  Zambia 752,614 9,959,037 13.2 Lusaka
  Zimbabwe 390,580 11,376,676 29.1 Harare
Middle Africa:
  Angola 1,246,700 10,593,171 8.5 Luanda
  Cameroon 475,440 16,184,748 34.0 Yaoundé
  Central African Republic 622,984 3,642,739 5.8 Bangui
  Sad 1,284,000 8,997,237 7.0 N'Djamena
  Congo 342,000 2,958,448 8.7 Brazzaville
  Democratic Republic of the Congo 2,345,410 55,225,478 23.5 Kinshasa
  Equatorial Guinea 28,051 498,144 17.8 Malabo
  Gabon 267,667 1,233,353 4.6 Libreville
  São Tomé and Príncipe 1,001 170,372 170.2 São Tomé
Northern Africa:
  Aljiria 2,381,740 32,277,942 13.6 Algiers
  Ijip[2] 1,001,450 70,712,345 70.6 Cairo
  Libia 1,759,540 5,368,585 3.1 Tripoli
  Moroko 446,550 31,167,783 69.8 Rabat
  Sudan 2,505,810 37,090,298 14.8 Khartoum
  Tunisia 163,610 9,815,644 60.0 Tunis
  Western Sahara[3] 266,000 256,177 1.0 El Aaiún
European dependencies in Northern Africa:
  Canary Islands (Spain)[4] 7,492 1,694,477 226.2 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Templet:Country data Ceuta Ceuta (Spain)[5] 20 71,505 3,575.2
  Madeira Islands (Portugal)[6] 797 245,000 307.4 Funchal
Templet:Country data Melilla Melilla (Spain)[7] 12 66,411 5,534.2
Southern Africa:
  Botswana 600,370 1,591,232 2.7 Gaborone
  Lesotho 30,355 2,207,954 72.7 Maseru
  Namibia 825,418 1,820,916 2.2 Windhoek
  South Africa 1,219,912 43,647,658 35.8 Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Pretoria[8]
  Swaziland 17,363 1,123,605 64.7 Mbabane
Western Africa:
  Benin 112,620 6,787,625 60.3 Porto-Novo
  Burkina Faso 274,200 12,603,185 46.0 Ouagadougou
  Cape Verde 4,033 408,760 101.4 Praia
  Côte d'Ivoire 322,460 16,804,784 52.1 Abidjan, Yamoussoukro[9]
  Gambia 11,300 1,455,842 128.8 Banjul
  Ghana 239,460 20,244,154 84.5 Accra
  Guinea 245,857 7,775,065 31.6 Conakry
  Guinea-Bissau 36,120 1,345,479 37.3 Bissau
  Liberia 111,370 3,288,198 29.5 Monrovia
  Mali 1,240,000 11,340,480 9.1 Bamako
  Mauritania 1,030,700 2,828,858 2.7 Nouakchott
  Niger 1,267,000 10,639,744 8.4 Niamey
  Nigeria 923,768 129,934,911 140.7 Abuja
  Saint Helena (UK) 410 7,317 17.8 Jamestown
  Senegal 196,190 10,589,571 54.0 Dakar
  Sierra Leone 71,740 5,614,743 78.3 Freetown
  Togo 56,785 5,285,501 93.1 Lomé
Total 30,368,609 843,705,143 27.8


ReferensEdit

  1. Continental regions as per UN categorisations/map.
  2. Egypt is generally considered a transcontinental country in Northern Africa (UN region) and Western Asia; population and area figures are for African portion only, west of the Suez Canal.
  3. Western Sahara is disputed between the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, who administer a minority of the territory, and Morocco, who occupy the remainder.
  4. The Spanish Canary Islands, of which Las Palmas de Gran Canaria are Santa Cruz de Tenerife are co-capitals, are often considered part of Northern Africa due to their relative proximity to Morocco and Western Sahara; population and area figures are for 2001.
  5. The Spanish exclave of Ceuta is surrounded on land by Morocco in Northern Africa; population and area figures are for 2001.
  6. The Portuguese Madeira Islands are often considered part of Northern Africa due to their relative proximity to Morocco; population and area figures are for 2001.
  7. The Spanish exclave of Melilla is surrounded on land by Morocco in Northern Africa; population and area figures are for 2001.
  8. Bloemfontein is the judicial capital of South Africa, while Cape Town is its legislative seat, and Pretoria is the country's administrative seat.
  9. Yamoussoukro is the official capital of Côte d'Ivoire, while Abidjan is the de facto seat.


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