20. Ministry of Foreign Affairs - 468ft- Egypt
The name of the building where the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is located.
19. PPF headquarters- 469ft- Tanzania
It is a 35-story building in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
18. Mzizima Commercial Towers- 469ft- Tanzania
The skyscraper is located on Makutaba Street in Dar es Salaam. There are two skyscrapers, 33 floors and 35 floors high. The first floor of the 33-story building was developed for home use, and the 35-story building was developed for office use.
17. Burj Bulaya Office Tower 1- 472ft- Libya
Located in Tripoli, it was completed in 2007.
16. IMOB Business Tower- 476ft- Angola
The office tower is located in Luanda. In a space of over 18,000 square meters, the undertaking additionally incorporates banks, cafés, theaters, and meeting rooms.
15. MNF square I and II- 476ft- Tanzania
The 30-story building is located in Dar es Salaam. The Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation (MNF) pays homage to the founding president of Tanzania, which coincided with the 20th anniversary of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere's death.
14. 88 on field- 482ft- South Africa
The 24-story building offers standard office and commercial space and is an urban home for multiple corporate and government anchor tenants.
13. South African Reserve Bank Building (SARB)- 490ft
It was founded in 1921 due to the financial situation of World War I. This was the fourth central bank outside the UK and Europe.
12. Pearl Dawn- 499ft- South Africa
The 31-story skyscraper was launched in 2010. There is a magnificent residential complex offering luxurious apartments and penthouses.
11. Marble Towers- 499ft- South Africa
Located in Johannesburg's central business district, it was built in 1973. The 32-story building is a mixture of concrete and marble and is used as a sales office.
10. PSPF Towers A and B- 502ft- Tanzania
This is in Dar es Salaam. Completed in 2014, the building is 35 stories high and has several offices.
9. Tanzania Ports Authority HQ- 515ft- Tanzania
A 40-story skyscraper in Dar es Salaam, construction began in 2015.
8. NECOM House- 520ft- Nigeria
The 32-story building in Lagos was the tallest in West Africa after completion. Completed in 1979, the tower will serve as a lighthouse for the port of Lagos.
7. UAP Tower- 535ft- Kenya
The tower is located on Hospital Road in the Upper Hill area of Nairobi and is owned by the UAP Old Mutual Group. There is a profitable space of up to 29,000 square meters.
6. Ponte City Apartments- 568ft- South Africa
The 55-story building is located on the outskirts of Johannesburg's Berea and is the tallest skyscraper in Africa.
5. Nairobi Global Trade Office Center Tower-604ft- Kenya
The 7.5-acre development consists of 6 towers. A 47-story 3A Plus office tower, a 35-story hotel tower that houses the galaxy of the American chain JW Marriott Hotel, and four 24-28 apartment towers.
4. Commercial Bank of Ethiopia Headquarters- 650ft- Ethiopia
When completed, it will be the tallest building in Ethiopia and the headquarters of the Ethiopian Commercial Bank. Construction started in 2015.
3. Britam Tower- 656ft- Kenya
Britam is currently the tallest building in Kenya and is owned by the British American Investment Company.
2. The Carlton Centre- 732ft- South Africa
The 50-story skyscraper is located in the heart of Johannesburg. Construction of the structure started in the last part of the 1960s and was finished in 1974.
1. The Leonardo (Sandton)- 768ft- South Africa
The 768-foot-high Leonardo Tower in Sandton Johannesburg is the tallest building in Africa. Development of the 55-story multipurpose property started in November 2015 and was prepared for commercial use in mid-April 2019.
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