South Africa is a major receiving state for refugees and asylum seekers, currently handling around 3 500 to 4 000 new applications a month. The Department of Home Affairs has identified a huge backlog in its review of asylum refusals, but is working hard to clear it.
HSBC Expat announces the opening of its sixth annual Expat Explorer Survey and encourages expats from across the globe to share their experiences of living and working abroad.
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There are three main types of temporary work permits one can apply for in South Africa.
Here's a listing of the numbers you may need in case of emergency.
Only 40 percent of South Africa’s spending on health care goes to the public sector and the government has encouraged more people to take out private medical cover in order to ease the burden on the public system.
From how to set up an account before you arrive to the where, how, and when of banking once you're there, we take you through the details of banking as an expat in South Africa.