Keeping up with the neighbours

17 July 2019 | Economics

Luanda

You would need around US$2 535.97 in Windhoek to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with US$7 600 in Luanda, assuming you rent in both cities.

Consumer prices in Windhoek are 54.31% lower.

Consumer prices including rent in Windhoek are 66.63% lower.

Restaurant prices in Windhoek are 48.03% lower.

Groceries prices in Windhoek are 32.09% lower.

Local purchasing power in Windhoek is 34.58% higher.

Harare

You would need around US$2 512.66 in Windhoek to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with US$2 900 in Harare, assuming you rent in both cities.

Consumer prices in Windhoek are 23.31% lower.

Consumer prices including rent in Windhoek are 13.36% lower.

Restaurant prices in Windhoek are 2.35% lower.

Groceries prices in Windhoek are 22.30% lower.

Local purchasing power in Windhoek is 119.89% higher.

Gaborone

You would need around 27 104.79 pula (about N$35 717) in Windhoek to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with 19 000 pula in Gaborone, assuming you rent in both cities.

Consumer prices in Windhoek are 41.32% higher.

Consumer prices including rent in Windhoek are 42.66% higher.

Restaurant prices in Windhoek are 28.12% higher.

Groceries prices in Windhoek are 62.78% higher.

Local purchasing power in Windhoek is 31.87% lower.

Johannesburg

You would need around N$35 082.95 in Windhoek to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with R36 000 in Johannesburg, assuming you rent in both cities.

Consumer prices in Windhoek are 4.11% lower.

Consumer prices including rent in Windhoek are 2.55% lower.

Restaurant prices in Windhoek are 9.79% lower.

Groceries prices in Windhoek are 11.69% higher.

Local purchasing power in Windhoek is 24.82% lower.

Cape Town

You would need around N$34 785.53 in Windhoek to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with R39 000 in Cape Town, assuming you rent in both cities.

Consumer prices in Windhoek are 0.93% higher.

Consumer prices including rent in Windhoek are 10.81% lower.

Restaurant prices in Windhoek are 7.93% lower.

Groceries prices in Windhoek are 13.95% higher.

Local purchasing power in Windhoek is 25.93% lower.

Lusaka

You would need around 31 729.23 kwacha (about N$35 307) in Windhoek to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with 27 000 kwacha in Lusaka, assuming you rent in both cities.

Consumer prices in Windhoek are 18.75% higher.

Consumer prices including rent in Windhoek are 17.52% higher.

Restaurant prices in Windhoek are 43.93% higher.

Groceries prices in Windhoek are 39.05% higher.

Local purchasing power in Windhoek is 6.77% lower.

Source: Numbeo

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