If you’re moving to the UK with your family, it might be worthwhile to compare the school systems in South Africa and the UK. We take a look at the basic similarities and differences between government schools in both countries. South African schools have about 40 students per class, while those in the UK have […]
While colourful brochures and polished websites are a helpful starting point when thinking about moving overseas, few things are as valuable as first-hand advice from someone who has already been through the process. Celestè Sullivan, who recently moved from Melbourne to London, shares a few helpful tips as well as the highlights of her journey […]
Thousands of the UK’s foreign national NHS nurses could be sent home by 2020 due to the government’s new immigration cap.
Staying healthy on your travels isn’t just about making sure that you’ve had your jabs. There are a host of other things that can go wrong, especially if you’re adventuring into the unknown.
International Women’s Day encourages us to stop, recognise and celebrate the many economic, political and social achievements accomplished by women. With this in mind, we thought we’d take a look at some trailblazing modern female explorers. While we all know who Amelia Earhart is, and that Sacagawea was the brains behind Lewis and Clark, there […]
With Women’s Day around the corner we want to put the spotlight on the many outstanding female entrepreneurs in the UK. Listing them all would be an impossible task, so we’ve selected these five as ones to watch.
Wimbledon – or “SW19” – may have a reputation for its eponymous tennis tournament, but it’s also home to thousands of expats from South Africa, Australia, Poland, Sri Lanka and Ghana. That means an influx of family over the festive break – family who’ll no doubt need to be entertained. Here’s our pick of seven family-friendly things […]
Whether you’re looking to make friends in Oz, seeking the best biltong in London or wanting to cheer on the Springboks with a Castle at hand, here are the best places, publications and networks around the world that bring Saffas together.
The 2011 Census reported that more than a quarter of Australia’s 22 million residents were born in a country other than Australia. Most of those flocking to the continent were born in New Zealand, the UK, India, China and South Africa. But what about Australians leaving the land Down Under – where do they go?
The Home Office has once again been in the spotlight over the past month, due to two separate cases involving South Africans caught up in immigration bureaucracy.
There’s more to Australian exports than Mel Gibson, Kylie Minogue and Paul Hogan. Here are four lesser-known Aussies who left Down Under to make it big in the UK.
In a business age dominated by the internet, it’s no surprise that fledgling startups and SMEs are frequently conned by net-savvy phishers. Here’s how to prevent your business from being scammed by a carefully-hatched phishing mail.
The UK is lacking a number of skilled people in various industries. Could your skill set be in demand without you even knowing it?
If you’re a UK business owner, learning a new language can improve your global business prospects by tapping into potential import and export partners. Here are the seven most sought-after languages for businesses based in the UK.
According to European Union statistics, there were almost 400 000 more people in Britain in 2012 compared to 2011. Around a third of this growth came from immigrants, while the remaining two thirds were babies born in the UK – Britain’s biggest baby boom in 40 years.
Various events are being held in the UK and South Africa to commemorate the passing of Nelson Mandela, and to celebrate the life he lived. Details are provided below.
Here is how Madiba inspired us.
If you’re the owner of a small or medium-sized business in the UK, you’ll be happy to hear that a special pressure group, the Entrepreneurs’ Alliance, has been set up to fight for those who run their own businesses.
South Africans have been relocating to the UK for a few decades now, with their favourite products from home following closely behind.
Even though he was (and still is) in hospital in a critical condition, we think it’s pretty amazing that Nelson Mandela celebrated his 95th birthday on the 18th of July! Here are our favourite 18 quotes by the great Madiba.