Thanks to significant investment across the continent in information technology and fiber optic bandwidth, the slow and expensive internet connections of the past are slowly but surely becoming history.
Today, more people than ever are giving online dating a try in countries such as Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Uganda, Botswana, Ethiopia, Namibia, Angola, and many others.
Along the way you’re going to get a prompt asking you to provide more profile information if you want to continue, which is a bit distracting if you’re not interested in completing your profile just yet.
Without further ado, here are my detailed reviews of the top two dating sites in Africa. I was a long time member of while I was living in both Mauritius and South Africa and can tell you that it works.
We mentioned above that the United States created online dating, and Gary Kremen and Peng T.
Ong were the ones who founded and created the first dating site, Match, in 19, respectively.
The site currently has more than 30 million members, sees more than 13.5 million monthly visitors, and is responsible for the most romantic connections of any dating site.
I had a great time online dating in Africa during my years as an expatriate living in Mauritius and South Africa.
As is the case with most African countries, the majority of people meet their romantic partners via the traditional methods of friends of the family, mutual friends, organizations, work, or school, etc; however, like in Kenya and South Africa, the dating landscape as a whole is changing in Africa.