There are many similarities in Australian and South African culture and this also extends to their schooling systems. I thought I would share some of the key differences and similarities between the South African and Australian school systems.
As a parent, when you move to Australia you might have concerns about the schooling system in Australia.
You’re probably asking yourself questions like:
Is it the right time to uproot my children?
Should we wait until the end of the school year before we move to Australia?
Which year will my children go into when I move?
To help you prepare for school in Australia, here are some of the key differences and similarities between the South African and Australian school systems.
If you’re on any of the Facebook groups for South Africans in Australia, you’ve probably seen so many posts lately from people talking about travelling back to South Africa on a foreign passport.
There is so much uncertainty around this, but really the law couldn’t be simpler, so I wanted to write a blog that people can refer to when they’ve got questions about travelling back to South Africa on a foreign passport.
Financial emigration from South Africa is often seen as something complicated and stressful.
Many people wonder if it’s even necessary to do, and there is so much misinformation and scare-mongering happening at the moment, so I wanted to write about some of the benefits of financial emigration to put the record straight.
If you’ve ever moved city or country, you’ll know just how hard it can be to settle into a new place. But just like the Boy Scouts, you can be prepared!
I’ve chatted to a few other bloggers in Australia who’ve made the move down under from all over the world and got their insider tips for migrants on how to settle into a new life in Australia.
I’ve seen a lot of people asking how to start a business in Australia lately.
It’s actually not that hard, depending on the kind of business you want to start. I started my own business in 2016 as a digital marketing freelancer in Perth, and I’m proud to say it’s growing from strength to strength.
So I thought it might be useful to write this post for those of you who are wondering about how to start a business in Australia but have no idea where to even begin.