Southern and Central Africa has had: (M1.5 or greater)

  • 0 earthquakes in the past 24 hours
  • 1 earthquake in the past 7 days
  • 2 earthquakes in the past 30 days
  • 24 earthquakes in the past 365 days

The largest earthquake in Southern and Central Africa:

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A

7.0 magnitude earthquake

2006-02-22 22:19:07 UTC at 22:19
February 22, 2006 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -21.324, 33.583
160.2 km from Chipinge (99.2 miles)

Depth: 11 km

B

7.1 magnitude earthquake

1990-05-24 20:00:08 UTC at 20:00
May 24, 1990 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 5.358, 31.848
63.2 km from Juba (39.2 miles)

Depth: 16 km

C

7.2 magnitude earthquake

1990-05-20 02:22:01 UTC at 02:22
May 20, 1990 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 5.121, 32.145
69.2 km from Juba (42.2 miles)

Depth: 14 km

D
1928-01-06 19:31:59 UTC 7.0 magnitude, 15 km depth
Baringo, Baringo, Kenya

7.0 magnitude earthquake

1928-01-06 19:31:59 UTC at 19:31
January 06, 1928 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 0.34, 35.86
18.2 km from Baringo (11.2 miles)

Depth: 15 km

E
1919-07-08 21:06:14 UTC 7.2 magnitude, 15 km depth
Matai, Rukwa, Tanzania

7.2 magnitude earthquake

1919-07-08 21:06:14 UTC at 21:06
July 08, 1919 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -8.174, 31.566
14.2 km from Matai (9.2 miles)

Lake Rukwa, Tanzania

Depth: 15 km

F
1910-12-13 11:37:27 UTC 7.3 magnitude, 15 km depth
Mpanda, Katavi, Tanzania

7.3 magnitude earthquake

1910-12-13 11:37:27 UTC at 11:37
December 13, 1910 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -6.351, 31.27
22.2 km from Mpanda (13.2 miles)

Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania

Depth: 15 km