expats

Press release: Memories of the Struggle: Australians Against Apartheid an exhibition by ASAA

A multimedia exhibition that launches this week is to showcase a photographic timeline of events that weaves together a narrative of Australia’s involvement in the...

South African expats open to idea of returning home

At a Homecoming Revolution interactive careers and networking event held in London for Africans living in Europe, chief executive Angel Jones highlighted four emerging trends explaining why people wanted to return to the continent.

Infographic: South Africa in the UAE

South African political and business leaders were in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), this week for the UAE dialogue. They were looking to attract investment from Emirati businesspeople. Here’s a quick look at some of the more important indicators that tell the story about UAE’s economy.

Emiratis urged to invest in South Africa

There are many South Africans living and working in the United Arab Emirates, and 200 South African companies operating in the Gulf state. Given this huge scope for trade and investment between the countries, Brand South Africa will be in Dubai to show the nation's potential to Emirati business.

Friendly South Africa remains a draw for expat families

When it comes to quality of life and raising a family, expats rate South Africa right at the top, second only to New Zealand. They believe their children are safer and healthier, it is easier to learn the local language, and South Africa's friendliness and cultural diversity eases integration and makes for a great social life.

Friendly South Africa remains a draw for expat families

When it comes to quality of life and raising a family, expats rate South Africa right at the top, second only to New Zealand. They believe their children are safer and healthier, it is easier to learn the local language, and South Africa's friendliness and cultural diversity eases integration and makes for a great social life.

Elections 2014: expats all set to vote

The thousands of South Africans living overseas who have registered to vote in this year's general elections will cast their votes when stations open around the world, beginning with the SA High Commission in Wellington, New Zealand, at 7am on Wednesday (or 9pm Tuesday local time).

Elections 2014: expats all set to vote

The thousands of South Africans living overseas who have registered to vote in this year's general elections will cast their votes when stations open around the world, beginning with the SA High Commission in Wellington, New Zealand, at 7am on Wednesday (or 9pm Tuesday local time).

Videos

When Africa sings, we listen. When she dances, we watch in awe. And, when she plays her favourite game, the fields light up with her dazzling colours - Feel the beat at Africa's feet!

Business Visual Audio

Did you know that South Africa ranks first in the world for its regulation of securities exchanges? That the country offers the lowest cost of living for expats? That the South African rand is the second-best global performer against the US dollar? And that we rank fourth out of the world’s 66 developing nations? Find out more about what makes South Africa such an attractive investment destination.