Salary explorer has released its statistics of the 10 highest paying African countries with two East African countries earning a seat at the feast.
On number four is the East African country, Kenya where workers earn an average of Ksh 147,000 a month, approximately $1,291 and number 10 goes to Uganda with an average monthly salary of UGX 2,620,000 ~ $738.
The African country with the highest monthly salary is Morocco. Workers earn an average of DH19,400, approximately $2,031.
Followed by South Africa, where the highest average monthly salary range from ZAR31,100, approximately $2,026.
Tunisia takes the third position on the continent as workers reported taking home an average salary of TND 3,910, which converts to $1,348.
Algerians earn about DZD180,000 monthly, which is approximately around $1,273.
ND17,400, which converts to $1,168, is the average salary for Namibians.
In Botswana, people earn an average of BWP11,700 ~ $1000 per month.
The eighth position goes to Nigeria. The average salary in Africa’s most populous and largest economy (by GDP) is N339,000 per month, which equals $814.
And lastly, in the 9th position is Ghana, with an approximately $747.99 salary average, which equals GHS5,070.