Farm workers in Namibia earn an average of $120 per month, according to a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO). The report, titled “Global Wage Report 2020/21: Wages and minimum wages in a time of crisis”, found that Namibia is one country with the lowest minimum wage levels in the world. In Namibia, the minimum wage is set at $2 per day for agricultural workers and $4 per day for non-agricultural workers.
The Minimum Wage for Farm Workers in Namibia
In Namibia, the minimum wage for farm workers is set at Namibian dollars (N$) 600 per month. This wage is relatively low compared to other jobs in Namibia, but it is still a livable wage. Farm workers in Namibia typically work long hours, often in difficult and dangerous conditions. They deserve to be paid a fair wage for their hard work. Unfortunately, many farm workers in Namibia are paid even less than the minimum wage, and some are not paid at all. This is unacceptable and must be changed. Farm workers in Namibia deserve to be paid a fair wage for their hard work.