What happens after you get South African PR?

After years of waiting, you’ve received the outcome on your permanent residence application. You open the envelope with bated breath…and you’re elated to see that the wait was worth it. Your PR has been approved!

But, “What happens now”?

This is a question we get often from our clients. Some aren’t sure if there’s anything left to do while others don’t know their rights and responsibilities as South African permanent residents. Read more What happens after you get South African PR?

Thinking of retiring in South Africa? Add these 5 Western Cape seaside towns to your list

The Western Cape is one of South Africa’s most-loved regions. It has pristine beaches, picturesque landscapes, and quaint seaside towns. Go once and it’s hard not to return! Just ask the many foreigners who decide to spend their retirement years in the West Coast, Overberg or Garden Route. Of course the fact that Cape Town is often within driving distance doesn’t hurt.

How do you pick where to settle, though? It’s near impossible, we admit, but these five seaside towns are all worth exploring: Read more Thinking of retiring in South Africa? Add these 5 Western Cape seaside towns to your list

Retiring to South Africa: A guide for migrants

retiring to south africaRetiring to South Africa has always been popular with foreign nationals from Europe, America and the UK. Some people only come for a couple of months at a time, while others make their stay permanent.

Usually enquiries about retired visas spike as soon as the Northern Hemisphere’s winter starts arriving.

Seeing as it’s that time of year again, we thought we’d share information that’ll come in handy for your South African retirement.

We’re going to cover:

  • Retired visa requirements
  • Transferring money to South Africa.
  • Finding and buying a home.
  • Healthcare in South Africa.

Read more Retiring to South Africa: A guide for migrants