Every year Coworker.com hosts the Members’ Choice Awards to highlight the top coworking spaces based on the feedback of coworking space members from around the world. In their latest list, they announced the top 529 coworking spaces out of the over 11,500 that are listed on their site. Today we’re sharing the top coworking spaces in Africa!

Coworker.com Members’ Choice Awards

Only one coworking space in each city is eligible to be named “the best”. Thanks in part to the overwhelming amount of participation in the 2018 program, the Coworker team developed a new nomination, voting, and ranking process for 2019. Any coworking space that’s currently registered on Coworker was automatically one of their nominees. Please note that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, voting was not held in 2020 as many spaces were required to be closed due to local shutdown orders.

After the window for voting closed, Coworker.com determined a space’s individual score by a weighted score of:  

Percentage of members who participate

Score from the nomination results

Number of reviews on Coworker

Average Coworker.com review rating

That ensured that coworking spaces of all shapes and sizes had an equal, fair shot at winning the award for their city!

The Best Coworking Spaces in Africa

Angola

Luanda: Workin Luanda

Cameroon

Douala: Cowork Africa

Egypt

Alexandria: Ejada Co-working Space

Aswan: iSpace

Cairo: Makanak Office Space

Giza: Coursida

Ghana

Kumasi: hapaSpace

Accra: BaseCamp Initiative

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Ivory Coast

Abidjan: Le Phare Coworking

Kenya

Nairobi: PAWA254

Lesotho

Maseru: Progressive Co-Workers Hub

Libya

Tripoli: Nuqta Coworking Space

Morocco

Casablanca: Netspace

Fez: Bridges to the Future

Marrakech: The Spot

Mozambique

Maputo: MMO, Rani Tower

Nigeria

Abuja: Rutyono Offices

Ikeja: Workstation Maryland Mall

Lagos: Workstation Bar Beach

Lekki: Venia Business Hub

Port Harcourt: KoWorkNG

Rwanda

Kigali: Westerwelle Startup Haus Kigali

South Africa

Cape Town: Cape Town Office

Durban: The Corner Office

Johannesburg: Cube Workspace

Paarl: Workshop17 Tabakhuis

Pretoria: Grounded Work

Stellenbosch: Workshack

Tunisia

Djerba: CoZi – Coworking Cafe

Nabeul: Coworky

Sousse: Hive 12

Uganda

Kampala: TechBuzz Hub

How Can You Access These Great Coworking Spaces?

If you find a space that you love and want to regularly use, by far the best value for your money is joining as a member. If you’re a frequent traveler or a fellow coworkaholic, you might be asking how can I use spaces everywhere or wherever?

Well, brands such as WeWork and Spaces have membership packages that allow you to access hot desking in their locations worldwide. There are other apps out there like Coworker.com’s Global Pass, Deskpass, Croissant and Proximity Nomad. Think of them almost like Priority Pass for coworking…not airport lounges!

I’ve used all these apps since they have different coverage areas, based on when I’ve needed in a coworking space. 

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