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How expats can overcome loneliness

How expats can overcome loneliness

Expat life can be a rollercoaster of emotions, but one common emotion most expats share is a feeling of loneliness.  Loneliness is often an emotion that is only felt a few months after your relocation, because the transition period of moving overseas can be so hectic...
7 steps to sorting out your finances in 2018

7 steps to sorting out your finances in 2018

The beginning of the year is the ideal time to create a plan for your finances. Whether you have recently relocated or are planning to do so in the future, financial planning and financial stability are essential elements to your long-term success. Here are 7...
Why fewer expats are returning to their home countries

Why fewer expats are returning to their home countries

Repatriation is something expats are doing less and less. The most common reason for expats to return home is for family or personal reasons and the HSBC’s 2017 Expat Explorer survey reports that more than half (53%) the expats that have returned home said they missed...
How to protect your South African citizenship

How to protect your South African citizenship

Many South African expats who move abroad for work purposes may end up with permanent residency or even naturalise as citizens of their new country. What some South African’s don’t know, is that if they accept a new passport without applying for dual citizenship prior...