How economic factors are affecting Africa's urbanization

10/4/2012 | AlertNet

A lack of jobs has slowed urbanization in Africa, according to Deborah Potts, a demographer at King's College London. Some people are migrating from cities to rural areas because they are unable to find work. Most of the continent's "urban population growth comes from natural increase in the cities and not from migration," she said.

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