3 SA golfers earn European Tour cards

Three South Africans have earned their 2018 European Tour cards after the Qualifying School Final Stage at Lumine Golf Club in Spain. FINAL SCORES: 2018 European Tour Final Qualifying Justin Walters regained his European Tour card on Thursday at the last possible moment after an eagle at the final hole. He joined compatriots Christiaan Bezuidenhout […]
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Email from abroad: Adventures in Japan

My name is Michelle Krüger. I am 24 years old and live in Shirakawa-shi, Fukushima-ken, Japan. I moved to Japan in July 2017 after I was accepted for the JET-programme. To give a little background: JET stands for Japanese Exchange and Training. It is a programme celebrating its thirtieth year this year and South Africa […]
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Life in the UK Test – proving your knowledge of life in the UK

The Life in the UK Test is part of the KoLL requirement – Knowledge of Language and Life in the UK. Persons who want to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK or British Citizenship have to fulfil this KoLL requirement. The Life in the UK test is thus the one part of […]
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Draaiboek van skrywer François Bloemhof word Hollywood-fliek

Hy het nie besef dat dit sy droom is nie totdat dit gebeur het. ’n Rolprent gaan aanstaande jaar in Hollywood van ’n draaiboek van die skrywer François Bloemhof gemaak word. Sy voorstel vir ’n rolprent wat hy ses maande gelede aan ’n Amerikaanse rolprentvervaardiger voorgelê het, is pas aanvaar. “Dis een van daai dinge […]
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South African Expats (SAFFAs) with Kids Take Six Months to Settle but it Makes Families Closer

Despite the benefits of raising a family abroad, parents and children alike take time to settle into their new life. However, the challenge can bring families closer together, according to new data. Almost half of expat parents say their children take longer than six months to feel at home in their new country, with 25% […]
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CELEBRITIES TO PERFORM STORIES WRITTEN BY SA CHILDREN IN NEW YORK

‘The Children’s Monologues’ will be performed to benefit a charity that uses the arts to uplift children in South Africa and Rwanda. -list stars like Anne Hathaway, Ewan McGregor and Trevor Noah will come together on Monday night to perform stories written by children in South Africa at New York’s Carnegie Hall. Directed by Oscar-winning […]
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Proudly SA: Local chef named best female chef in the world

South African Chantel Dartnall has been named the best female chef on the planet. If you wanted something to be proud of, then this is it. A local chef conquering the global food scene. IOL reached out to Dartnall to find out how she is taking to her achievement. The 37-year-old has described the feeling […]
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Finding Expat Schools In New Zealand

Many expat families opt to place their children in one of New Zealand’s excellent public or private schools. There are more than 20 schools in New Zealand, most in the Auckland area, that offer an International Baccalaureate (IB) programme. Some are private and some are state-sponsored. More than a dozen schools offer the Primary Years […]
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UK Student Visa – Study in the UK in 2018

As the end of the academic year in South Africa is approaching, the queries on how to qualify for a UK Student visa increase. Qualifications from British educational institutions are held in high esteem and are highly sought after. As it is relatively easy for young South Africans wanting to study in the UK to […]
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You are the answer to South Africa’s poverty

Poverty in South Africa has risen dramatically between 2006 and 2015, and an estimated 30,4 million South Africans live in poverty. The only way to reduce this figure is by launching job creation projects on a large scale, but for this, South Africa needs skills – skills that are currently living abroad. South Africa is […]
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