GDP Per Capita for Africa for 1969
Updated on February 12, 2022.

According to recent data from the World Bank, in 1969, the 3 African countries with the top 3 highest GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Per Capita were:

  1. South Africa: US$ 780.63
  2. Gabon: US$ 550.73
  3. Zambia: US$ 485.87

On the other hand, the 3 African countries with the 3 lowest GDP Per Capita in 1969 were:

  1. Rwanda: US$ 51.8
  2. Burundi: US$ 55.72
  3. Mali: US$ 57.99

Use the interactive visualization and table below to explore this data for each African country for the year 1969. You can also see links at the bottom of this page to see the historical GDP Per Capita information for each African country.

The World Bank defines GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Per Capita as "the gross domestic product divided by midyear population" .

See also: GDP of Africa in 1969.

Data Source: World Bank.
GDP Per Capita for Africa for 1969 (US$)
See also the GDP Per Capita of Africa for other years:
Table of GDP Per Capita for Africa for 1969
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Country GDP Per Capita (US$)
Algeria 302.75
Benin 116.03
Botswana 126.55
Burkina Faso 86.52
Burundi 55.72
Cameroon 173.12
Republic of Congo 205.53
Ivory Coast 277.97
Democratic Republic of the Congo 258.61
Central African Republic 105.71
Chad 132.17
Egypt 193.59
Equatorial Guinea 221.14
Eswatini 251.75
Gabon 550.73
Gambia 100.1
Ghana 230.29
Kenya 133.67
Lesotho 65.58
Madagascar 165.01
Malawi 58.01
Mali 57.99
Mauritania 265.17
Morocco 232.13
Zambia 485.87
Zimbabwe 341.99
Uganda 128.07
Tunisia 260.41
Togo 131.57
Sudan 160.38
Somalia 90.46
South Africa 780.63
Sierra Leone 151.74
Senegal 301.27
Rwanda 51.8
Niger 142.7
Nigeria 121.25
Seychelles 314.18

GDP Per Capita of African Countries

Use the links below to see the historical GDP Per Capita for each African country.