Cape To Cairo South African Shop In Perth

Cape To Cairo – South African Shops In Perth

 

You can’t talk about South African shops in Perth without mentioning Cape To Cairo.

As the first South African expat store in Australia, it’s been groundbreaking for South Africans in Perth and across Australia, and paved the way for others to follow suit.

I chatted to owner Jens Henschel about Cape To Cairo and their role they’ve played in the lives of many South Africans in WA and across Australia.

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How To Choose A Suburb To Live In When You Move To Australia - Proudly South African In Perth

How To Choose A Suburb To Live In When You Move To Australia

Choosing where to live in Australia after your visa has been granted is a very exciting part of the migration process.

The internet and Google Maps make it a lot easier to do than a decade ago, but it’s still a tricky decision.

It’s also a question I see asked time and time again online, so here’s my advice on how to choose a suburb to live when you move to Australia.

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50 Ways To Show Perth Off To Visitors - Proudly South African In Perth

50 Ways To Show Perth Off To Visitors

One of the most exciting things to experience when you’ve moved to Perth is showing off our amazing new home to those who make the effort to visit us.

Usually our time with family and friends who visit is limited (and so are our budgets!), so here are some ideas for how to show Perth off to visitors next time you have someone come to stay.

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Your Migration Story – Neels & Rachael

Everyone experiences migration differently. That’s why I’m starting a new series that features stories from you – my readers.

This month, I’m sharing Neels’ migration journey, who met his Australian wife Rachael while working in Zambia.

If you’d like to share your migration story, please get in touch with me.

 

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Things To Remember When Going Through Tough Times

10 Things To Remember When Going Through Tough Times

Emigration is hard. Flipping hard. It’s not something that anyone can really say they enjoy 100%.

With all the excitement of a new country can also come the heartbreaking pain of leaving another behind.

All the new, shiny things are amazing, until you realise what you’ve also lost.

New friends are lovely, but nothing compares to the decades of friendship that you’ve built up since childhood.

The next time you’re feeling low, here are 10 things to remember when going through tough times.

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