Now Reading
Top 10 Best-Performing Local Companies in Sub-Saharan Africa

Top 10 Best-Performing Local Companies in Sub-Saharan Africa

Large local companies in Africa are an important catalyst for significant economic growth and job creation. These businesses are positioning Africa as a center for development and expansion due to the comprehension of the untapped potential of the continent’s marketplaces.

According to a report by African Financials, a company that helps businesses grow, 30 of these organizations have been extraordinary all year round as they stand as the top 30 companies in Sub-Saharan Africa, aside from South Africa. This study, which includes the Top 30 firms in Sub-Saharan Africa by market capitalization, except for South Africa, is an update as of November 2023.

The report notes that “Sub-Saharan Africa’s (excluding South Africa’s) stock markets rose by 7.2% in US$ terms in November and are down 12.8% year to date,” demonstrating a huge confidence in Africa’s business network.

The new entrants on the list include Airtel Uganda, FBN Bank (Nigeria), Dangote Sugar, and NMB Bank (Tanzania), and companies no longer on the list are, First Capital Holdings, NMB Bank Malawi, Helios Towers, Airtel Malawi.

The report also states that Sub-Saharan Africa “except SA stock market returns in US$ terms have been held back by Nigeria, Kenya, and Ghana and are at support levels going back to 2004. Nevertheless, SSA except South Africa has out-performed the MSCI Far East and the MSCI Eastern Europe except Russia.”

With that said below are the top 10 African companies in Africa

10 best-performing local companies in Sub-Saharan Africa by market capitalization

RankCompanyStock market locationLC Share PriceMarket Capitalization in $US
1.MTN GroupSouth Africa (Johannesburg Stock Exchange)102.9410,236
2.Dangote CementNigeria320.006,907
3.MTN NigeriaNigeria238.006,136
4.Airtel AfricaUK£1.135,391
5.Endeavour MiningCANADAC$28.375,189
6.BUA FoodsNigeria198.904,535
7.BUA CementNigeria104.004,461
9.Orange-CIWest Africa (Bourse Régionale des Valeurs Mobilières )11,4502,869
10.SONATELWest Africa (Bourse Régionale des Valeurs Mobilières )17,2002,861

Business Insider


See Also


Scroll To Top

We have detected that you are using AdBlock Plus or other adblocking software which is causing you to not be able to view 360 Mozambique in its entirety.

Please add to your adblocker’s whitelist or disable it by refreshing afterwards so you can view the site.