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  • More black than white South Africans leaving the country

    These days it's hard to be around a dinner table without somebody mentioning that they're planning to emigrate, or knowing of somebody who is taking the plunge for pastures overseas.

    In the current economic climate, South Africans have been looking abroad to New Zealand, Australia, Portugal and even Canada creating a spike in enquiries by as much as 70%, according to immigration experts Sable International

  • Emigrating to the US? The cost of the American dream set to almost double

    How green is the green card of the US? There are options for those looking to live and work in the US - but they're costly and some are set to double by the end of October.  

    The EB-5 investment visa, used by wealthy South Africans to move to the US is set to see changes that will significantly push up the cost of this American dream.

  • More skilled black professionals are leaving South Africa

    An increasing number of skilled South Africans are looking to emigrate according to the recruiting firm, the Induku Consulting Group, which says that contrary to popular belief more black professionals are looking to make the move.

    “In South Africa, while many thought emigrations was only a phenomenon amongst white professionals, in recent years, it is known that the number of black professionals leaving South Africa has exceeded white emigrants,” the group said.

  • Emigration queries in SA increase by 70%

    It seems South Africans are as adamant as ever to leave the country as statistics show a 70% increase in inquiries on the process. This according to immigration experts Sable International, who said they have seen a 45% increase in completed emigrations over the past year.