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South African expats open to idea of returning home

South African expats open to idea of returning home

At a Homecoming Revolution interactive careers and networking event held in London for Africans living in Europe, chief executive Angel Jones highlighted four emerging trends explaining why people wanted to return to the continent.
South African rhino film wins award in New York

South African rhino film wins award in New York

A South African documentary looks at the social issues driving rhino poaching. Horn examines the conditions in the disadvantaged communities around game reserves. It won Best Conservation Film in New York City for its efforts to unpack the topic.
Homecoming Revolution: African New Yorkers want to come home

Homecoming Revolution: African New Yorkers want to come home

At Homecoming Revolution's Speed Meet: New York event on 25 September 2015, Africans living and working in the United States expressed their desire to return to the continent to take advantage of the exciting career opportunities and the potential for innovation offered by Africa.
Trevor Noah continues The Daily Show's "war on bulls***" with confidence

Trevor Noah continues The Daily Show’s “war on bulls***” with confidence

The reviews are in and it looks like Trevor Noah has nailed it as the new host of legendary US late night satirical news show The Daily Show in his first appearance. Noah was warmly received by critics across the US. South Africans can watch his debut tonight on Comedy Central.
Brain gain company celebrates African heritage in New York

Brain gain company celebrates African heritage in New York

Homecoming Revolution is in New York for a Speed Meet. It will use Heritage Day to remind Africans living in the US why home is where the heart is. Starting with a gala dinner, followed by a day of networking, it will feature celebrities, African professionals and top employers back home.

South Africa in top 20 best places to raise children

Close to 15 000 expats from all over the world took part in an online survey asking in which countries they prefer to raise their children. South Africa was in the overall top 20 family life index.

South African scholars to study in China

South African scholars to study in China

Out of a 180 applications to study in China, 53 successful applicants are about to depart to the east to start their tertiary education. Along with the excitement for the opportunity, comes a sense of responsibility to be gracious guests and excellent representatives of South Africa overseas.
South African painting was used as noticeboard

South African painting was used as noticeboard

A painting by one of South Africa's notable artists, Irma Stern, has been discovered in a flat in London. Valued at £1-million, the painting is historically significant because it was auctioned to raise funds for the trial of Nelson Mandela and others accused of treason.

Africa’s biggest democracy votes: ‘Whoever wins, Nigeria has the victory’

Despite rain and the death of 41 people in an attack by terrorist group Boko Haram, millions of Nigerians turned out to vote in hotly contested elections to choose the president of Africa's most populous country.

South Africans abroad cast their vote

South Africans abroad cast their vote

South Africans living and working as far afield as London, Dubai, Canberra, Kinshasa, New York, Doha, Dublin and Khartoum turned out in numbers to cast their votes in the country's fifth democratic elections on Wednesday.

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