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Ethiopian expatriates mobilise to keep famine at bay
Ethiopian expatriates mobilise to keep famine at bay
The place where you grew up has a way of staying with you for the rest of your life. Abebe Haregewoin knows that feeling.
Expats lose out over scramble for local talent in Africa
Expats lose out over scramble for local talent in Africa
A tug of war for local talent is emerging in Africa as firms recruit to support growth ambitions on the continent – and reliance on expatriates is...
SA's expats vote for their half-seat rep
SA's expats vote for their half-seat rep
Hundreds of South African voters in England queued in Trafalgar Square to vote, in spite of a public transport strike that made travelling to the...
'So far so good' - IEC on expats voting
'So far so good' - IEC on expats voting
South Africans living abroad have begun casting their votes, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) said on Wednesday.
Dirco: Expats will be able to vote
Dirco: Expats will be able to vote
South African expatriates will be able to vote on Wednesday, the international relations department said.
Expatriates vote for half an MP
Expatriates vote for half an MP
Just over 26 000 South Africans have registered to vote abroad, enough to constitute barely half a member in Parliament. And only a fraction...
Expats can now vote in SA elections abroad
Expats can now vote in SA elections abroad
For the first time since democratic elections in 1994, South African citizens living abroad will be allowed to register to vote in...
Khaya Dlanga: Take your 20 years of democracy and suck it!
Khaya Dlanga: Take your 20 years of democracy and suck it!
Why won't you just bloody die, South Africa! First of all, you decided to have free elections for everyone. I was convinced that you were all...
DA goes to court for expat provincial voting rights
DA goes to court for expat provincial voting rights
The Democratic Alliance and nine individuals are asking the Western Cape High Court to allow South Africans living overseas to not only be able to...
Born in the RSA - and big in the USA
Born in the RSA - and big in the USA
Most say the same thing. They came to the United States either to avoid army conscription or apartheid itself in the late 1980s. They planned to...
Breathing life into the ANC abroad
Breathing life into the ANC abroad
Xolani Xala doesn't look like a typical politician, yet that's exactly what he is.
Hope returns -- behind high walls
Hope returns -- behind high walls
It's another day stuck in Johannesburg's traffic.

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