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  • SA Expats And Brexit

    Brexit and Saffas: How will the Euro divorce affect South Africans? A study by PEW research conducted in 2017 estimated that more than 270 000 South Africans were already living in the UK and EU combined. By far the most popular expat destination for South Africans is the UK, but in the EU, saffas also favour Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, Ireland

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  • Happy Heritage Day

    Remembering South Africa What things remind you of your country and put a smile on your face? What are the things which infuriate you or make you double over in laughter? Thinking of home may make you sad or happy, but you will never be able to shake it completely. Which is why we want to honour our heritage this

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  • How Long Does It Take To Immigrate

    How long does immigration take? Immigration is not only quite an expensive affair, but it can also be exhausting. Many prospective immigrants greatly underestimate the time and effort it takes to move abroad and either start the process too late or believe that they can use a travel or other temporary visas to gain entry and stay in a country

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  • How Safe Are You In South Africa?

    Are our families safe in SA? Anyone who’s followed the South African news in the past few weeks will be aware of the public outrage over violence against women and children. The outrage, which had been seething beneath the surface for a while, boiled over at the beginning of August following the murder of film student Uyinene Mrwetanya who was

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  • What You Need To Know About Your Pension

    Things you need to know about your pension Saving for retirement has been a hot topic in South Africa of late for various reasons. With many people considering emigration, average South Africans who have paid little mind to their retirement savings before are now calculating costs and making enquiries with brokers to determine affordability of relocation.  Furthermore, with the government

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