That’s a wrap, we are at the end of Season 2 of Ons vir jou…Wat nou? Join us as we look back and wrap up Season 2 – Ubuntu Tips and Tricks in this episode. We take a look into each episode and highlight the topics that might be worth while to go and have […]
We are steaming towards the end of an action-packed season two “Ubuntu Tips and Tricks”. In this week’s episode all three the Saffa-manne sit down around a ‘virtual’ table conversation with well-travelled and across the globe settler, Jaco Meyer. Tune in and listen how Jaco takes you through his “ping-pong” globe hopper of a journey […]
In this episode the SAFFA-manne head back to their “moedertaal” and host a very special guest Wêreldwyd.co.za an initiative of Afriforum.
Episode 7: Financial Emigration, Tax residency and more and more. Ons Vir Jou Podcast were fortunate to welcome two specialists from Tax Consulting South Africa in the virtual studio for this podcast episode. Victoria Lancefield – General Manager of the Financial Emigration business unit and Marisa Jacobs – Head of the Africorp Treasury business unit. […]
As an expat there are heaps of relevant personal finance aspects to consider in your new country. We discuss what to pay attention to.
In this episode Eduan and Corrie are talking to 2 friends; Luzahn in the Netherlands and Jean-ria in the Caymens to discuss their experience of Giving birth abroad.
Buying a house or property as an expat in a foreign country (or in your new home country) can be a daunting experience. But in The Netherlands this could potentially turn into a very pleasant experience…
We are talking to Sean from NWI about the Emigration requirements and how they can assist families and individuals on their immigration journeys.
Welcome back to Ons vir jou wat nou and welcome to the kick-off of our brand-new season. Season 2 – Ubuntu Tips and Tricks.
We have all heard the saying “you (we) can always come back”
In reality this is not always so straight forward for most Saffa expats who leaves South Africa’s borders for an opportunity and a life elsewhere in the world. Whether it is the new job or career, new friends or perhaps a new ‘familiarity’, the option to move back to SA holds it’s own challenges after a few years abroad!