Average Take Home Pay In South Africa

What is the average take-home salary in South Africa?


The BankServ Africa Take-home Pay Index (BTPI) shows the average salary for February was R15,517 on a seasonally adjusted basis in real terms. This is in line with the revised BTPI base, adapted to the CPI in December 2021. The nominal average take-home pay was 1.3% up and reached R16,022 in February 2022.

What is a livable salary in South Africa?

Living Wages in Context (monthly rates in ZAR)

Living Wage – Single Adult4450-65204870-7330
Living Wage – Typical Family7690-106008240-11500
Real wage of low-skilled worker3110-44003330-4680
Real wage of medium-skilled worker6220-96806620-10200

What is middle class salary in South Africa?

The stats from FNB suggest that the average middle-income consumer, earning between R180,000 and R500,000 a year, survives on 20% of their monthly salary for more than 20 days in a month.

What is a basic salary in South Africa?

Minimum Wages in South Africa averaged 21.41 ZAR/Hour from 2019 until 2022, reaching an all time high of 23.19 ZAR/Hour in 2022 and a record low of 20 ZAR/Hour in 2019. This page provides – South Africa Minimum Wages- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

What is a big salary in South Africa?

A biomedical engineer in their early career with 1-4 years of experience makes an average of 303,000 Rands per year. A biomedical engineer with 5-9 years of experience earns an average of 420,000 Rands per year, whereas a biomedical engineer with more than 10 years of experience can earn up to 734,000 Rands per year.