Africa’s biggest and most important continent is the Sahara Desert, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The continent has seen a dramatic rise in human populations as well as new, sustainable forms of development in the last two decades.
As a result, the Sahara is now home to nearly a billion people.
The Economist Intelligence Group (EIU) has identified Africa’s two most important cities, Cape Town and Johannesburg, as its most important, with the Sahara as its second.
Cape Town is South Africa’s second-biggest city, with about 1.8 million people, while Johannesburg is the largest city in Africa with about 644,000 people.
Both cities have been hit by the global financial crisis and have seen an explosion in tourism, with tourism increasing by more than 40 percent between 2012 and 2015.
It is the second-largest city in the African Union.
Here are the top 10 cities on the EIU’s list of most important African cities.
Cape City (South Africa) 2.
Johannesburg (South Korea) 3.
Cape Porto (Portugal) 4.
Cape Elizabeth (Ivory Coast) 5.
Lusaka (Nigeria) 6.
Dakar (Republic of the Congo) 7.
Lagos (Niger) 8.
Lome (South-East Nigeria) 9.
Durban (South African Republic) 10.
Cape Horn (Netherlands)