Leaders of Africa Quiz

For each country and time period, name the African leader.
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Last updated: May 19, 2022
First submittedOctober 7, 2020
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Position
Years
Leader
South African
President
2018-
Cyril Ramaphosa
2009-2018
Jacob Zuma
1999-2004
Thabo Mbeki
1994-1999
Nelson Mandela
State President of
South Africa
1989-1994
F. W. de Klerk
1984-1989
P. W. Botha
Ugandan Dictator
1971-1979
Idi Amin
Ethiopian Emperor
1930-1974
Haile Selassie
Nigerian President
2015-
Muhammadu Buhari
2010-2015
Goodluck Jonathan
Libyan
Brotherly Leader
1969–2011
Muammar Gaddafi
Tunisian President
1987-2011
Zine El Abidine
Ben Ali
Moroccan King
1999-
Mohammed VI
1961-1999
Hassan II
Kenyan President
1963-1978
Jomo Kenyatta
President of Zaire
1965-1997
Mobutu Sese Seko
Tanzanian President
1964-1985
Julius Nyerere
Algerian President
1999-2019
Abdelaziz Bouteflika
Ivorian President
1960-1993
Félix
Houphouët-Boigny
Position
Years
Leader
Egyptian President
2014-
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
2012-2013
Mohamed Morsi
1981-2011
Hosni Mubarak
1970-1981
Anwar Sadat
1956-1970
Gamal Abdel Nasser
Zimbabwean Dictator
1987-2017
Robert Mugabe
Rwandan President
2000-
Paul Kagame
Sudanese President
1989-2019
Omar al-Bashir
Liberian President
2018-
George Weah
2006-2018
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
1997-2003
Charles Taylor
Cameroonian President
1982-
Paul Biya
President of D.R. Congo
2001-2019
Joseph Kabila
D.R. Congolese P.M.
1960
Patrice Lumumba
Seychellois President
1977-2004
France-Albert René
Burkinabé President
1983-1987
Thomas Sankara
Zambian President
1964-1991
Kenneth Kaunda
Angolan President
1979-2017
José Eduardo
dos Santos
Ethiopian P.M.
2018-
Abiy Ahmed
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Level 74
Oct 9, 2020
Good quiz. My suggested additions are Julius Nyerere, F W De Klerk and Joshua Nkrumah.