Acraea hypoleuca, the Namibian acraea, is a butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. It is found in Namibia. The habitat consists of gullies and granite outcrops.
Adults have been recorded feeding on the flowers of Psilocaulon species and Calicorema capitata. They are on wing from December to June.
The larvae feed on Adenia pechuelli. The final instar larvae are pale silvery grey with four large purplish black spots across each segment. The head is orange with pale ochreous marks.