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What Is South African Dual Citizenship?

South Africa is dubbed the rainbow nation and it is no surprise that we have a diverse array of cultures within our borders. Additionally, we’ve also attracted a number of nationalities to our country and who have chosen to turn South Africa into their new home. Foreigners looking to settle down in South Africa with a […]

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Where To Find Business Districts In South Africa

Setting up a business in a foreign country can be a challenging undertaking and one of the things to get right is finding the ideal area as your base of operation. In many industries, one of the main influencing factors when setting up a business is location, location, location! As a result of the high rate of […]

How to find a job in South Africa

How To Find Jobs Online in South Africa

South Africa is a land filled with rich opportunity in a range of sectors where its entrepreneurship like startups or trying to build a career corporate sector. There are literally thousands of new jobs being created each and every day and recruitment agencies are jumping on board to try and make money sourcing the right skills […]

Zimbabwean Special Permit

Extension to Zimbabwean Special Permit Announced

On Tuesday, 5 September, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) announced that the Minister of Home Affairs, Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize, will on Friday reveal the requirements and processes for the extension to the Zimbabwean Special Permit (ZSP) scheme. The news follows Cabinet’s decision on 1 August to conditionally reopen the application process for current holders […]

court rules on labour brokers

Court rules on labour brokers

A recent Labour Court ruling has attempted to wade through the murky waters of the relationship between Temporary Employment Services (“TES”) organisations – commonly referred to as “labour brokers”, client employers and employees. The ruling, delivered on 8 September 2015, overturns a decision previously reached by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (“CCMA”). The […]

South African visas for journalists

South African visas for journalists

In the past, many journalists opted for the exceptional skills work visa when on long-term assignment in South Africa. It was a perfect match, as one of the yardsticks to determine whether a candidate’s skills could be deemed as “exceptional” was the amount of media coverage the candidate’s work and career had attracted. Due to the […]