African Fact Sheets – Relocation Africa

Relocation Africa developed some basic information pertinent for expatriates who are considering relocating into a new country in AFRICA.  It is a document which will guide or trigger thoughts for a family relocating to a new country.  These Fact Sheets are free and a great addition to the information Relocation Africa shares with our clients at no cost.  The countries we currently provide these fact sheets are:

Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

We would be happy to provide these fact sheets to you please email us at info@relocationafrica.com and request a country fact sheet.

Herewith a Sample of Ghana.

Ghana Fact Sheet
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GHANA (Country risk rating: Medium); 22 June; Tensions high in Accra following violent protests

Tensions are currently high in Ghana‘s capital, Accra, where security forces clashed with thousands of demonstrators protesting against the demolition of the city’s Old Fadama informal settlement on 22 June. The violence, which involved protesters throwing stones at police and security forces reciprocating with teargas and live ammunition, centred on the Old Fadama informal settlement and the offices of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly. Although the situation has reportedly been brought under control, security forces are yet to continue with their demolition of the informal settlement. Any further such attempts are likely to elicit further violent protests by local residents which are likely to be centred on the Old Fadama informal settlement and surrounding areas. Clients in Accra are advised to monitor local developments, avoid all street gatherings and ensure that itineraries are kept flexible to accommodate for any potential travel delays.