The majority of South Africa, and more specifically Central Africa, is consiered a tropical climate, whereas North Africa has a dry climate.
In South Africa, it is tropical, because the “wet season” is extremely wet, and is can quickly shift to very dry weather. This is also known as Wet-Dry Tropical Climate/savanna.
In North Africa, it is mainly dry since there are rarely air masses passing by, which produce rain, therefore there is very dry heat. This is also know as a desert biome.
Recall, also, that Africa crosses is in both the northern and southern hemisphere, which can cause differences in climate at different times of the year.
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