Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Whether you plan to stay long-term or just pass through, here are 10 essential places to visit in South Africa.
From jazz festivals to kite flying contests, gay pride to Mozart festivals and minstrel carnivals, look no further than this guide of South African festivals.
From expat and international clubs to business organizations and addiction support, here's our extensive guide to the many groups and clubs in South Africa.
Here’s a guide to open-air activities for those who enjoy the outdoors.
Helpful advice for frequent expat travellers who want to keep their healthy eating habits while travelling on an airplane and stay away from some less than appetising plane food.
Seeing South Africa by foot is one of the best ways to absorb its unique landscapes, flora and fauna.
South Africa has breathtaking landscapes and quaint, country towns when you need to escape it all for a weekend getaway or longer.
You can easily work abroad, volunteer, or meet new people in a diversity of interests – dogs, entrepreneurs, knitting, mothers, soccer, teachers, theatre, technology, translators and more.
From silver-white beaches to wildernesses of exotic animals, visiting southern Africa offers plenty of activities and fun for the whole family.
Discover the best things to do and what to avoid in Cape Town during New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Find out the top sites where you can enjoy the best of the holiday season in South Africa.
South Africa stands proudly alongside the world's finest golfing countries with numerous courses on offer, many of them of the highest international standard.
Here's an introduction to Expatica's Lifestyle section for South Africa.
Many expats find connecting with a local faith group provides a sense of community and belonging in a new country. Check out our listing of local churches, mosques and temples in Cape Town.
Christmas trees and mangers are now in homes, squares, and streets all over Europe. But they are more than just decorations — there is a rich history behind them.