Unemployment Rate of African Countries in 1993
Updated on February 12, 2022.

In 1993, Lesotho had the highest unemployment rate (37.88%), followed by South Africa (29.8%), and then Algeria (26.23%). Rwanda had the lowest unemployment rate (0.41%) in Africa in 1993.

The World Bank defines unemployment rate as "the share of the labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment".

See also: Youth Unemployment Rates of African Countries in 1993.

Data Source: World Bank.
Unemployment Rate of African Countries in 1993 (%)
Unemployment rate of Africa for other years:
Table of Unemployment Rate of African Countries in 1993
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Country Unemployment(%)
Algeria 26.23
Angola 3.85
Benin 1.46
Botswana 18.61
Burkina Faso 2.56
Burundi 1.85
Cape Verde 10.75
Cameroon 8.02
Republic of Congo 19.93
Ivory Coast 5.84
Democratic Republic of the Congo 2.89
Djibouti 11.61
Central African Republic 4.44
Chad 0.7
Egypt 10.92
Equatorial Guinea 8.5
Eritrea 6.83
Eswatini 21.6
Ethiopia 3.08
Gabon 17.78
Gambia 9.49
Ghana 5.28
Guinea 4.5
Guinea-Bissau 3.13
Kenya 2.9
Lesotho 37.88
Liberia 2.3
Libya 19.14
Madagascar 5.76
Malawi 6
Mali 3.29
Mauritania 9.94
Mauritius 9.55
Morocco 13.84
Mozambique 2.69
Zambia 19.7
Zimbabwe 4.93
Tanzania 3.59
Uganda 1.13
Tunisia 15.91
Togo 4.43
Sudan 15.39
Somalia 13.49
South Africa 29.8
South Sudan 12.68
Sierra Leone 3.42
Senegal 5.61
Rwanda 0.41
Niger 1.46
Nigeria 3.81
Namibia 19.37
Comoros 4.57
Sao Tome and Principe 14.35

Unemployment Rate of African Countries

Use the links below to see the unemployment rate of African countries.