Having sufficient diamond deposits and being among the world’s top five producers of uranium, the average net salary in Namibia after taxation is $753 per month.
3. SOUTH AFRICA
Having the highest number of wealthy persons in Africa, South Africa is also the continent’s mining, industrial, and financial hub. Most of its highest-paid professionals are software engineers, lawyers, IT managers, air traffic controllers, and architects. The average monthly net salary after tax is $1,188.89.
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Data from Numbeo show that Zambia has an average monthly salary of $1,482.22 while the cost of living and rent is low compared to many African countries. The GDP per capita is $1,607.36, with its lucrative sectors being finance and banking, mining and telecommunication.
Despite the mayhem that followed the death of ex-leader Muammar Gaddafi and the pockets of violence that are still in the country, Libya’s job market remains lucrative. The economy of the mostly desert and oil-rich country has been favourable, with statistics from Numbeo showing that the average monthly net salary after tax in Libya is $1,713.77.
Among the world’s ten richest oil-producing countries, some of the highest-paying jobs are in oil and mining, as well as, in banking and finance.