F1 Salary Scale Botswana

SALARY SCALE: F1 P575, 160.00 per annum.

How much is a good salary in Botswana?

The gross salary range for people working in Botswana is typically from 2,243.00 BWP (minimum salary) to 15,720.00 BWP (highest average, the actual maximum salary is higher). This is the total monthly salary including bonuses. Salaries can vary drastically among different job categories.

How much is D1 scale in Botswana?

SALARY: D1 (BWP 251, 376 – 277, 524) per annum QUALIFICATION: Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy.

How much is the B4 scale in Botswana?

SALARY: B4 (P45, 012– P51, 360) per annum. QUALIFICATION: A minimum of Primary School Leaving Examination Certificate and candidates must be in possession of Botswana Driving Licenses class B and C.

How much is the average salary in Botswana?

What is the average wage in Botswana? Average Wages in Botswana increased to 6299 BWP/Month (475.669 USD/Month) in the fourth quarter of 2021. The maximum rate of the average wage for employees was 6533 BWP/Month and the minimum was 3447 BWP/Month.

What is BDF’s salary?

The adoption of the delinking exercise saw a BDF private with a certificate now earning as high as P9, 237 while a BDF private with a diploma can earn as high as P16, 326.

How much is the C4 salary scale in Botswana?

At this rate, the BDF junior officers (lance corporals, corporals, and warrant officers) now earn much higher than a police sergeant whose salary scale is pecked at C4 (P5,027-P6,005). A Sub Inspector at police, whose salary is pecked at C3 (P6,232-P7,448) also trails a BDF private in earnings.

Which engineering has the highest salary in Botswana?

The gross salary range for people working in Botswana in Mechanical Engineering is typically from 2,632.00 BWP (minimum salary) to 8,465.00 BWP (highest average, the actual maximum salary is higher).

How much does a diamond polisher earn in Botswana?

Most employers in Botswana’s diamond cutting and polishing sector use union busting to weaken unions, like encouraging the formation of associations at factories and not recognizing registered unions. The sector is plagued by low wages; workers are paid from 1300-3500 Pula (US$113-303) per month.