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List of rivers of Africa

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List of rivers of Africa

This is a list of rivers in Africa. See each river's article for its tributaries, drainage areas, etc.

Contents

  • Southern Africa 1
  • Central Africa 2
  • East Africa 3
  • West Africa 4
  • North Africa 5
  • See also 6

Southern Africa

Central Africa

  • Chari - Central African Republic, Chad, Cameroon
    • Logone - Central African Republic, Chfjjf Cameroon
  • Congo - Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo
    • Ebola River - Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Kwango - Central African Republic, Chad, Cameroon
    • Kasai - Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo
    • Lualaba - Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Lomami - Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Ubangi - Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, Central African Republic
    • Lulonga - Democratic Republic of the Congo
      • Lopori - Democratic Republic of the Congo
      • Maringa - Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Tshuapa - Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Uele - Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Mbomou - Central Africa

East Africa

West Africa

North Africa

See also

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