English Expats In South Africa
If you are looking to connect with English expats in South Africa, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs South Africa written by English bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by English Expats Living in South Africa
- An Accidental Farmer in Africa
A 71 post blog of a Brit with no farming experience and our daily lives on our livestock farm in the Eastern Cape. Staff, mishaps and challenges and joys in heaving this rundown farm to its financial feet in this challenging country.
- The Tide That Left
Newly-wed Brit. Member of travelling circus. Currently living in South Africa. Lover of jelly sweets. Drinker of cider. Addicted to my wottle. Writing snippets about my life as a serial expat!
- Spectrummy Mummy
You can call me Spectrummy Mummy, your guide to our not-so-average family and all things spectrummy. I'm originally from England, American by marriage, and currently living in South Africa, by way of a couple of other countries.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- Expat Interview With Suzanne - England to South Africa
Suzanne, more commonly known as Chickenruby these days is married and lives in South Africa with her husband of 10 years and her two youngest children. She is however a mother of three and a mother...
- Expat Interview With Dianne Russell - Canadian Expat In South Africa
Dianne Russell is a Canadian who has lived and worked on three continents and finally found her home at the bottom of Africa. Her work with immigrants and visitors to Canada has spanned a period of...
Latest News Relating to South Africa or England
- Expat retirees forced back to UK by frozen pension scandal
British pensioners who emigrated to be with grandchildren or for health reasons are being forced to return to the UK because their pensions are frozen in their host countries. An example of the...
- Will new Gibraltar QROPS undermine Guernsey negotiations
Questions are being asked about the future of QROPS offered by Guernsey after two new QROPS were opened in Gibraltar. Concept Group, one of the sector’s largest providers of Qualifying...
- Saudi bans women from hospital visits without male guardians
Saudi Arabia’s Council of Senior Scholars has banned women from visits to medical clinics or hospitals unless they are accompanied by a male guardian. The new rule was issued by the kingdom’s...
- New take on currency exchange with person to person online service
A new internet start-up, launches three months ago, is bringing person-to-person currency exchange to expat travellers as well as their business counterparts. WeSwap is the brainchild of...
- Singapore QROPS savers granted tax amnesty
Expat investors in Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes arranged before 24 September 2008 are being offered a tax amnesty by HM Revenue and Customs. Retirement savers who set up QROPS...