Mauritius, the country that implemented rigid regulations during the Covid-19 pandemic, is now feeling the financial repercussions.
South Africans have been dealing with mounting economic and security concerns for quite some time and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has only worsened conditions in the country.
Mauritius, a country that has implemented stringent lockdowns during the Covid-19 pandemic has now relaxed its regulations and announced the reopening of its borders from Tuesday 15th July 2021.
Many South Africans, concerned about the current economic climate and security issues that the country is facing, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, which has already fuelled burgeoning unemployment, rising poverty and a worrying rise in the crime rate, are now considering emigration.
South Africans who are seeking a pathway to relocate to live in Europe but who don’t necessarily want to be restricted as to where and when they must move to permanently reside abroad, will find that Greece’s Golden Visa offers a solution that opens doors to the continent.
South Africans seeking to emigrate, who are unable to meet the skills points criteria to move to the more traditionally popular destinations like the UK and Australia, are now increasingly seeking out alternative global locations that offer both the lifestyle and security that they desire for their families.
Despite COVID-19 and accompanying lockdowns, many international markets are seeing a surge in recruitment as optimistic companies prepare for an economic rebound.
The disquiet over the “importation” of Cuban engineers by the government brings to the fore an important discussion on skills and unemployment in South Africa, and how we debate. Until now, many South Africans would have been under the impression that this country suffers a skills shortage, particularly in technical and specialised fields.
On 12 May 2021, International Nurse’s Day was celebrated in South Africa, where nurses and healthcare workers remain fighting on the frontline against the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
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