She rents a shack for N$550 in Havana, one of the many informal settlements in Katutura. After paying rent, Ananias pays anything between N$100 and N$120 for water a month. There is no electricity where Ananias stays, so she uses gas. She needs about N$400 for basics such as sugar, maize meal, bathing soap, roll-on and body lotion per month. For transport to work, Ananias spends N$560 per month, while her sister, who is in Grade 11, needs N$400 per month. “My sister sometimes gets a lift from school friends, and that N$10 is then saved for another day,” Ananias said. Workers struggle with slave wages - The Namibian Work six days a week and live in a squatter's camp with poor sanitation. There needs to be a whole 'nother way to do this.