Gail Kelley, Former CEO of Westpac
Natalie Africa, Senior Director at the U.N.
Natalie Africa is a South African who was raised in exile in Zambia and Zimbabwe. In 1989 she moved to Geneva for a one-year internship and fell in love with the vibe of this truly international city. She decided to study international relations and in 1995 she joined South Africa’s Department of Foreign Affairs and moved to Paris as Counsellor for Multilateral Affairs where she represented South Africa at UNESCO, the OECD and other entities. She currently manages a private sector engagement for Every Woman Every Child and has introduced the world-changing idea that nation-building can become global building.
How to Immigrate abroad
It is important to note that you have to consider your visa before planning your move if you plan to immigrate to another country. The fact is that many South Africans have UK ancestors, which assists them when applying for a UK passport or visa, in one of the reasons the UK is so popular with South Africans. For example, you might be eligible for a British Passport or Ancestral visa, if your parents or grandparents come from England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland who have access to their birth certificates.