We are looking for a full-time Client Relations Consultant to join our Forex team.
There are thousands of expats living in the UK who are aiming for permanent residency ...
After consultation between Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom and Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba, ...
The Home Office has outlined its plans to clamp down on students who fraudulently switch ...
In 1992, a shipping container carrying 30,000 toy rubber ducks, turtles, beavers and frogs was ...
We are looking for an assistant accountant to join our contractor accounting team. You’ll be responsible for ensuring that the clients allocated to your team receive the customer service and technical support they require. You will work closely with your team’s consulting accountant to ensure that the team can meet and exceed client expectations.
We are recruiting for a number of Sable Group vacancies across various business units in our Cape Town office.
We are looking for a recent graduate to join our team for a six-month HR internship in Cape Town. You’ll be required to provide administrative support to the HR team, ensuring that we maintain an excellent standard of service within our organisation.
There are thousands of expats living in the UK who are aiming for permanent residency status and, eventually, a British passport. But with immigration laws being as complicated as they are, the thought of entering this bureaucratic minefield is dissuading many from pursuing Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). Our visas team has put together a simple […]
After consultation between Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom and Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba, changes have been made to the controversial South African immigration rules announced earlier this year. The requirement for children travelling to South Africa to carry an unabridged birth certificate has now been postponed until 1 June 2015.
The Home Office has outlined its plans to clamp down on students who fraudulently switch to entrepreneurial visas without the intention of starting a business. As part of the crackdown, students will now only be able to switch their visa status using funds from a government-approved source.
In 1992, a shipping container carrying 30,000 toy rubber ducks, turtles, beavers and frogs was lost at sea. These “friendly floatees” have been floating around for more than 20 years, teaching us a thing or two about oceanic currents – as well as the risks of shipping your goods internationally.
We’ve given you some weird and wonderful facts about Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and Wales, so without further ado, here are 11 lesser-known, interesting facts about the United States.
More than one million people in the UK will see a pay increase of as much as £355 a year once the new minimum wage (NMW) is introduced on 1 October 2014.