This varies between different places in Africa. For example, the wet season in Kenya is from March-May; the weather is generally sunny early in the day with rain in the afternoon. The wet season in Ethiopia is from May-September, but most days during that period are still sunny – it is just the wet season because this is when the area gets the bulk of its rain. The southern part of South Africa has rain in the winter (June-August) while the northern part has rain in the summer (November-March). Overlanding Africa, a travel website, has very specific information about the weather in most parts of Africa.
Here is another link offering a very detailed description of the varying wet seasons in Africa: http://www.zambezi.co.uk/safari_primer/seasons.html
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