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  • Australia’s New Immigration Restrictions

    Thinking About Moving To Australia? Stay Up To Date With The Latest Australian Immigration Policy It’s no secret that Australia is one of the most prominent immigration hot spots for South Africans. In 2017 Pew Research noted that near 190 000 South Africans called Australia their new home. And even more saffas are considering moving to the land down under. 

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  • Economic Watch March 2019 – SA Woes Continue

    South Africa’s Economic Crisis We don’t have the energy for this anymore! It’s somewhat inconceivable and, depending on your point of view, a little bit humorous that South Africans can view the expression “to not have energy for something” in a completely different “light” to those outside our borders. But of course, there’s nothing funny about the devastating financial consequences

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  • The South Africa-Australia Storytelling Exchange

    The South Africa-Australia Storytelling Exchange In the ado which is a South African energy crisis and an inflammatory political discourse that abounds (both locally and abroad), the negativity so often belies the positive spirit of South Africa and its people. Though the issues of economy and governance remain crucial and worthy of exposure, it is also necessary to take a

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  • 5 Reasons To Move To Malta

    Why Malta Could Be The Perfect Place To Call Home In our previous immigration article we covered Japan and reasons why South African expats may consider this country as their next home. This month we’re travelling 10 113 kilometres to the west from Japan to Malta to show you why this archipelago may be the perfect destination to call home.

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  • Tax Changes For South Africans Living Abroad

    SARS changing the taxation on foreign-earned income South Africans the world over are waiting with bated breath to see whether the tax changes they’d been warned of for the past two years will become a reality and just how much of a reality it will become for them personally. Hopefully you’re not one of them—and by one of them, we’re

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