Cape Town – Wondering what teachers earn in other African countries?
While not all African countries offer the best quality of life, some are ranked high on the liveability scale and are willing to pay fair wages and good compensation for teachers, a MoneyInc report reveals.
There remains a high demand for this profession. Unesco estimates that to achieve universal primary education in the next decade, Africa will need to recruit more than 6 million new teachers.
A comparative study by Nation Newsplex and the Institute of Economic Affairs has revealed that Kenyan teachers are not only the best paid in East Africa, but also earn almost 12 times more than the country’s average…
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