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Business Cards in Africa

 Business cards are a large part of doing business and presenting yourself professionally. All over the world people use them for introductions, exchanging contact information and maintaining networks and developing and maintain professional links. Although the business card content is similar...
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Anti- Homosexuality Laws

News/Travel Alert – Please take note if you are considering travelling or relocating to these countriesWashington Post – 24 February 2014In the latest setback for gay people across Africa, Ugandan President Yoweri ­Museveni signed a law Monday that imposes tough penalties for homosexual acts, a...
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ANGOLA - From the Horses Mouth

FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH Contributions by Inyene in Angola Facts you did not know about Angola 1.   How are birthdays celebrated?We celebrate birthdays by getting together for lunch or dinner.  Very similar to the Mediterranean way of celebration. 'Parabéns' – Congratulations...
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10 Tips for Living in a Developing Country

10 Tips on Living in Ghana We moved from a pretty idyllic, ‘normal’ life in Australia to Ghana, West Africa. Crazy? Perhaps. But it has been a pretty extraordinary adventure. For the first year we lived on a mine site in rural Ghana. Now we split our time between the mine and Kumasi, the...
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Client Feedback for Destination Services in Africa 2014

Recommendations/Feedback from clients/assignees:  3 Feb 2014'Just a short email to let you know that everything went well on Saturday and that I’m now all settled in.Many thanks to your consultant that made a fantastic work.   I know this was not an easy job as the renting...
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Angola Immigration Update

ANGOLA: Government increases immigration feesWhat is the change? The government of Angola has increased its administrative fees for immigration services and changed its methods of payment.What does the change mean? Some of the new fees represent a substantial increase, in some cases quadrupling old...
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Global Mobility Survey for Corporates

Plus Relocation Services is conducting a brief, 5 question, study examining global mobility teams' initiatives, focus, and outlook going into 2014. We would greatly appreciate your insight. The survey will be open for one week, and all survey responses will remain confidential. Your open and...
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New Immigration Update from The Minister of Home Affairs

According to the Minister of The Department of Home Affairs, the new SA Immigration Regulations is due to be published for Public Comment, on1 February 2014. After the public comments, an implementation date will be set. Some of the changes will be as follows : Immigration...
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Client Feedback & Testimonials

I wanted to personally thank you for the outstanding performance in the call with our client this morning.  What you were saying not only made perfect sense, it was also communicated with confidence and authority. You will have noticed that the mood of the call changed very quickly, and that...
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Take part in the biggest expat survey yet!

One of the best ways to discover which is the most expensive city in the world for expats to live in is for expats to take part in a survey about their expat experiences. However, the outcomes of whether the most expensive city is Tokyo, Oslo or Luanda will most likely depend on which survey you...
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