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  • Captain Leeu & the Paper Boat Project

    The Saffa Who Makes Dreams Come True When one imagines a lion, one would not necessarily place such king of the jungle on a shore, wandering into the bobbing waves. In fact, the lion and the seashore, for the most part, evoke wholly unrelated imagery separated by geography, convention and fable. And yet, perhaps this is the most fitting place

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  • South Africa Is Winning Big In 2019

    SA takes the gold: South Africans winning in 2019! It’s been a year of ups and downs for South Africa, and when it comes to service delivery, political upsets and economic matters, the silver lining can oft be hard to find. Luckily, one silver (or should we say gold) lining is keeping our chins perpetually up and our spirits soaring

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  • Understanding South Africa’s New ‘Expat Tax’

    2020 Expat Tax: clearing up the confusion A few articles covering the expat tax amendments for 2020 have been published of late, and it seems these publications—while aiming to clarify the tax amendment bill—had only managed to confuse readers more. South Africans around the world are wondering what the amendment tax treatment will mean for their hard-earned money. So Rand

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  • How To Move Your Pets With You When Immigrating To New Zealand

    Immigrating to New Zealand? Here’s how to move your pets With an increase in immigration to New Zealand, many South Africans have been wondering what the rules are for getting their furry friends with them to the country. It’s not always clear whether pets will be allowed to travel with you in the first place, let alone stay with you

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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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