How to Live in Botswana

How to Live in Botswana

What is real meaning of Live?

To have life, as an organism; be alive; be capable of vital functions: all things that live. to continue to have life; remain alive: to live to a ripe old age. to continue in existence, operation, memory, etc.; last: a book that lives in my memory.

How to Live in Botswana

Get answers to your questions about moving to Botswana. Find out about visas & work permits, housing, healthcare, and more — clearly and simply explained.

Frequently asked Questions

How can a foreigner get a job in Botswana?

Botswana has one work visa, also known as a work permit, for all foreign employees working in the country under the Employment of the Non-Citizens Act. Employers cannot engage an employee unless they hold a valid Botswana work permit or a certificate of exemption.

Is Botswana good to live and work?

Most expats in Botswana earn decent salaries with good employment packages, and can therefore live relatively luxuriously. Botswana consistently ranks as having a low cost of living, but expats are advised to factor in potential healthcare costs and, for families with children, school fees.

Is Botswana a good place to work?

Botswana is also ranked among the least corrupt countries in the world, which suggests financial security. Relatively low tax controls are another incentive for expats to do business here.

What is the cost of living in Botswana?

Family of four estimated monthly costs are 1,702.3$ (21,751.2P) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 477.7$ (6,104.0P) without rent. Cost of living in Botswana is, on average, 52.4% lower than in United States. Rent in Botswana is, on average, 84.2% lower than in United States.