Making friends in a new city can be daunting. Capetonians recently weighed in on how easy it is to make friends in the Mother City.
(Partner Content) If you’re considering a move to Canada, don’t be put off by the fact that you don’t have a job offer yet.
(Partner Content) Moving as an adult is one thing, but moving with children adds a whole new dimension to relocation.
As emigration enquiries continue to increase across South Africa, three of our major industries are facing a severe brain drain over the next few years.
We spoke to an immigration expert to give us the lowdown on where South Africans are emigrating too – we’ve got a fair few surprises to discuss.
According to HSBC, moving to South Africa isn’t as popular as it used to be among the international community. Here’s why our emigration appeal is struggling.
It’s a very “g’day” indeed for any South Africans thinking of finding work in Australia. A lucrative offer has been made by the government, but comes with T’s & C’s.
If everyone could choose where they wanted to live, would it be good news for South Africa? Gallup’s emigration index says no…
Many people assume that there is a separate type of visa application for the unmarried partner. However, this is not the case.
Moving to a new country can be a mammoth task if you’re doing it on your own, so the idea of relocating an entire family is daunting, to say the least. We chatted to the experts at Stuttaford Van Lines to find out how to make the move that much easier.
Those who can move away, do. Emigration is becoming a viable option for those who are able to afford it, and there are consequences for SA.
Moving is not for the faint-hearted. Make sure you choose the correct moving company by following some of these suggestions from a moving expert.
The best places for those of you who are upping sticks.
This past year brought many UK immigration changes. Some of the immigration changes brought good news, whilst others, unfortunately, made some applications even more complicated.
It’s been said time and again – moving abroad is not for the faint-hearted. But to make your move slightly easier, try to avoid these common mistakes.
You want your new house to feel like home, but do you need to take absolutely everything with you when you emigrate? The answer is no.
Moving abroad is among the most stressful things you can do in your life, which is why we don’t do it very often.
Moving comes with several challenges and stresses, but a big declutter before you leave can make all the difference.
Your reasons for heading on out of SA are your own, but there are a few things you might not have considered an integral part of the move.
Just over 4.5 million Britons live abroad and an estimated 319,000 of them have chosen to settle in South Africa, making it Africa’s top destination for expats.
If you’re looking to rent your home long-term (and AirBnb isn’t your thing) or sell, take these five tips and get ready to pack your bags
This was the moment I realised how much South Africa had molded me into the person I am today and just how much my South African identity was going to continue to shape me in ways I never thought possible.
Sentimental stuff aside, here are seven practical things you should not leave South Africa without.
Home is where the heart is. But your heart can belong to two places without breaking in half.
The Middle East’s developing financial climate, favourable weather, rich and enveloping culture, and a wealth of experiences that can’t be found anywhere else have made the region popular with expats in recent years. The Middle East can claim a unique character and personality that many have fallen in love with, and growing markets that enable the career-focused to follow their dreams. Diving into such new experiences can be tempting, but there are a few things that would-be South African expats need to think about first…