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Presidential Salaries

28 November 2012, 19:07

I offer the following official salaries, not counting perks, without comment, as I am sure our regulars will definitely be able to comment better than I.

Information from www.paywizard.co.uk (check salary) only coverted from UKP 1 to ZAR 14.5

Australia

Julia Gillard – Boyfriend - 0 Children - Salary R 4 850 555

E.U.

Herman van Rompuy -  Married – 4 Children – Salary R 4 640 000

USA

Barack Obama – Married – 2 Children – Salary R 3 725 210

South Africa (President)

Jacob Zuma – Married – 20 Children – Salary R 2 917 038

France

Francois Hollande – Divorced – 4 Children – Salary R 2 900 000

UK

David Cameron – Married – 2 Children – Salary R 2 066 250

South Africa (Deputy)

Kgalema Mothlanthe – Married – 3 Children – R 2 019 488

Namibia (President)

Hifikepunye Pohamba – Married – 6 Children – R 1 402 426

Russia

Vladimir Puitin – Married – 2 Children – R 1 066 519

Namibia (P.M.)

Nahas Angula – Married – 2 Children – R 981 694

Liberia

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – Divorced – 4 Children – R 838 173

Zambia

Michael Sata – Married – 8 Children – R 769 559

Angola

Jose dos Santos – Married – 7 Children – R 558 787

Lesotho

Pakalitha Mosisili – Married – 4 Children – R 538 530

Mozambique

Armando Guebuza – Married - ? Children – R 514 460

Peoples Democratic republic of China

Xi Jinping – Married – 1 Child – R 369 910

India

Pranab Mukherjee – Married – 3 Children – R 300 962

Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe – Married – 3 Children – R 167 635

Catholic Church

Benedict XVI – Not married – 0 Children – R 0

I look forward to your comments

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