Four Southern African countries dominate the top 10 in our Overall Country Risk rankings. The number one position belongs to Botswana followed by South Africa. Namibia and Eswatini in fifth and tenth place respectively complete the Southern African contingent. East Africa, through Mauritius, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania take fourth and seventh to ninth places respectively. Morocco in North Africa holds the third position and Senegal in West Africa the sixth place to complete the top 10 places to invest in Africa.
Angola, the best Central African country to invest in finds itself in the twenty-seventh position. Powerhouse Nigeria is number thirty-eight on the list. The bottom three places go to war-torn Libya, South Sudan and Somalia.