On 18 October 2021, the Presidency released an official letter addressing the state of unemployment in South Africa. In the communication, President Cyril Ramaphosa explains that South Africa has progressed to the second phase of the Presidential Employment Stimulus.
Persons who have submitted Waiver applications to waive the Department of Labour (DoL) Certificate to the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), pursuant to a General Work Visa to work in South Africa, are expected to be disheartened as recent developments indicate that these applications are likely to be rejected.
Sunny shores, diverse cultures and vibrant people, are some of the features that make South Africa a desired destination for skilled foreign nationals.
Since the turn of the millennium, digital transformation has sent a ripple through Human Resources departments and the mobility service provider industry.
The departure of highly skilled professionals in South Africa creates big gaps in the workforce, but it also means that the international community values the country’s skills, and it makes space for young and diverse talent.
For young families, the process of relocating to a new country can be a life-altering adventure. The excitement of immersing themselves in a new culture, new surroundings and a new life, are the earliest elements that form in the mind. Soon after, when the gloss of the potential move has worn off, complex aspects of […]
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