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African Development

The African population is growing in more than just numbers. With theĀ  continent spending 20% of GDP on education, the continent is growing more intelligent, city dwellers are on the rise and discretionary spending is becoming more and more evident as the demand for...

Diaspora in Africa

Africa has more people not from Africa working on the continent than any other. The availability of specialised skills in various countries, coupled with the need for these skills across Africa, create an expat network that is growing exponentially. Many skilled...

Learn your A,B,C's

Before Africa was colonised by various European countries, the natives enjoyed peace, serenity and a cultural way of life. There were no sky scrapers, taxes or desk jobs. People would do activities based on their current needs in the thought that future provisions...

Expatriate Quota Systems

Many developed and some developing countries impose expatriate quotas on expats wanting to work in their country. This is done to ensure that locals are considered above expats and that the local inhabitants chances of attaining gainful employment is increased. It is...

Learn your market

If we imagine the average American we can roughly paint a picture of someone who is English, enjoys a good barbeque, is patriotic about their country and supports their troops. If we now shift our focus on an African person, we envision someone walking barefoot in the...

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