Which city in Africa is the best for the world’s richest?

The top 10 cities in Africa are spread across the continent, with major cities like Addis Ababa, Cape Town and Johannesburg, which are all in South Africa, occupying the top 10 spots.

In contrast, New York City, which is home to the world-famous Rockefeller Center and other prominent landmarks, has the second-best ranking.

In terms of wealth, the top 15 countries have the most money, with the United States at the top of the list, followed by Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal and the UK.

However, the world number two is ranked lower than the top five in terms of social capital, according to the Global Wealth Report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, a consultancy.

This is because it does not have enough money to attract the best and brightest in the world to live here.

However, the United Nations has been warning of the global economic and social repercussions of climate change for many years.

In the past, the U.N. has called for countries to act, as the global economy and environment are at risk from the effects of climate disruption, according the report.

“With the increasing impacts of climate, it is incumbent upon all countries to take the necessary action to prevent the loss of economic, social and cultural resources,” it said in a report released in November.

According to the report, the richest cities in the United Arab Emirates, for instance, have lost the equivalent of $20 trillion (€19 trillion) over the past 10 years.

However in contrast, the UAE’s GDP per capita, which was estimated at $3,876 in 2020, is now estimated to be $21,831, according Tooba.

The United States is ranked at No. 7 in terms with the world, followed closely by China and India.

The United States has the highest wealth per capita of any country on Earth.

“The U.S. has some of the highest per capita incomes in the developed world.

But we have some of those incomes tied to oil, gas and coal,” Tooba said.

In the second half of the century, the rich are expected to lose a fifth of their wealth.