Accra, Ghana Ranked 11th Most Expensive City To Live In Africa In 2022

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Everyone in Africa is suffering from the impact of consumer goods prices that are soaring even higher. Of course, some people will experience it more intensely than others.

The 15 most expensive cities in Africa as of Q1 2022 are the topic of this article because of this. This is based on Statista’s compilation of the cost of living index.

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The cost of living index, which has a straightforward definition, essentially compares the cost of living in various cities. It takes into account the cost of living, rent, healthcare, and other expenses.

Below are 15 most expensive cities to live in Africa based on cost of living index scores

1. Dakar, Senegal: Has a cost of living index score of 50.87.
2. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Has a cost of living index score of 50.49.
3. Abidjan, Ivory Coast: Has a cost of living index score of 47.06.
4. Harare, Zimbabwe: Has a cost of living index score of 45.69.
5. Johannesburg, South Africa: Has a cost of living index score of 44.87.
6. Pretoria, South Africa: Has a cost of living index score of 42.76.
7. Gaborone, Botswana: Has a cost of living index score of 42.7.
8. Cape Town, South Africa: Has a cost of living index score of 40.98.
9. Durban, South Africa: Has a cost of living index score of 40.33.
10. Marrakech, Morocco: Has a cost of living index score of 39.94.
11. Accra, Ghana: Has a cost of living index score of 38.74.
12. Lagos, Nigeria: Has a cost of living index score of 37.33.
13. Tangier, Morocco: Has a cost of living index score of 36.85.
14. Casablanca, Morocco: Has a cost of living index score of 36.59.
15. Kampala, Uganda: Has a cost of living index score of 35.98.