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  • South Africa-Q-International SchoolsInternational Schools in South Africa
    This list contains the most popular international and bilingual schools in South Africa, including nursery schools, primary and secondary (high) schools. We provide information on which schools offer the International Baccalaureate and/or other accreditation in South Africa with fee information. Schools may follow the American or British curriculums with English speaking program while others run under the French and German language and system. Read More
  • Expat-Quotes - Transport, Traffic, and Rules of the Road
    South Africa is a vast country that is nevertheless equipped with an excellent network of roads. Public transport is very limited, particularly in and around Johannesburg, so having a car to get you to and from work and your children to school is more or less essential. Read More
  • South Africa-P-safariHow to Pick a Safari Destination in South Africa
    Going on a safari is a must-do for any visitor to South Africa, whether you’re just traveling or living there as an expat. However, booking a game lodge for your first safari can be quite daunting. How to pick from the many places on offer? Where should one go first? Is it safe everywhere, and how about malaria? Where can you find the best deals? Read More
  • Expat-Quotes - TV, Internet, and Phone Service in South Africa
    One of the more complicated errands for a newly arrived expat in South Africa is figuring out your technology. Getting your TV, Internet, and phones all hooked up will likely keep you busy for months because of the excruciatingly slow-moving South African bureaucracy and the sheer number of choices. In this article, an expat who has been there helps you sort through it all with relative ease. Read More