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  • South African Restaurants To Visit Abroad

    Saffa Restaurants And Cafés To Visit Abroad Most immigrants would agree that their move abroad is definitely not something they would backtrack on. Life abroad allows us to experience new places and cultures, to relish in the physical and financial securities offered by our new homes and offer our children safe and prosperous futures. But no matter how much you

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  • Celebrating South African Youth

    Celebrating South African Youth June 2019 is Youth Month in South Africa, with the focal point of the observance falling on 16 June in commemoration of the 1976 youth uprising which saw several youths give their lives in their fight for equality. One of the greatest motivations for emigration is seeking a better future for our children, which makes it

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  • When Your Children Want To Emigrate

    Advice For Parents With Children Living Overseas Many people who contact Rand Rescue for immigration services form part of family units who migrate to new regions together. In fact, one of the most prominent thoughts in most expat minds is “can I take my family with?” But as families settle, children grow up and lifestyles change, it’s inevitable that your

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  • What To Do With Your Rands Before Retirement

    Encash your retirement savings before retirement If you’re an expat living abroad, you’ve most probably considered your financial options — a favoured financial institution to serve as your local banker, an investment broker, a saving fund for your children or grandchildren and so forth. But when it comes to considering solutions of a more permanent nature, many global migrants are

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  • South Africa Post-Election Analysis 2019

    Post-Election Analysis: The Results, The Rand And The Rage The elections have come and gone and strangely, despite a dismal voter turnout the hullabaloo is waning for the most part. The stark difference, of course, compared to our previous election, is that the country no longer have a common enemy and shared outrage given that former president Zuma is no

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