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African Proxy

4,379,263 IPs

Unlock targets without worrying about IP blocks or geo-restrictions with superb African proxies.

Oxylabs’ Proxies in Africa

Datacenter Proxies

Make use of unlimited concurrent sessions with no bandwidth limits and unlock almost any target. Have localized content with targeting at a country level.

  • One of the largest IP pools in Africa

  • Excellent price-to-quality ratio

  • No bandwidth or target limitations


Residential Proxies

Boost your scraping operations with a vast pool of premium Residential Proxies. Effortlessly avoid CAPTCHAs and make your operations unstoppable.

  • Average 99.95% success rate

  • Ethically sourced IPs

  • Block-free data collection

Additional benefits

Large-scale data

Get data with no storage or bandwidth limitations.

Proxy Rotator

Rotate your African proxy IPs with a built-in rotator.

All statistics in one place

Track your usage statistics, whitelist IPs, and manage subscriptions.

Additional benefits

Global coverage

From Egypt to South Africa, our Residential Proxies cover the entire continent.

Large proxy pool

Our network of Residential Proxies contains millions of IPs.

No CAPTCHAs or IP bans

Circumvent IP blocks and browse the internet with no obstacles.

Frequently asked questions

What is an African proxy?

A proxy, also called a proxy server, serves as a link between a user and the resources on the internet. When proxies are used, the user's request is first processed by the proxy server and then forwarded to the target web server. Moreover, the ability to mask the user's IP address is one of the main advantages of utilizing proxies. Basically, African proxies have IP addresses coming from African countries.

Please see "What is a Proxy?" for further details.

Are proxies legal in Africa?

The legality of proxies in Africa highly depends on the country. When it comes to specific scraping situations involving copyrighted or sensitive content, we highly recommend consulting with legal professionals who can provide guidance based on national and international legislation. 

Check our blog out for comprehensive information on the legal aspects of web scraping.