Moving to a new city comes with some unique challenges – and who better to answer your questions than expats and relocation specialists. Below is a list of helpful articles packed with advice, tips, and first-hand experiences to help expats make a home for themselves in Johannesburg.
Offbeat things to do in Johannesburg
Moving to Johannesburg may mean that you have to give up friends and family, your job, your home country, familiar sights and a host of other things. What moving to Joburg definitely does not mean is having to give up a spirit of adventure, a love of the outdoors, the arts, museums, historic walks and a ton of other cultural activities. An Indian expat living in South Africa shares her insider's tips on the best offbeat and artsy things to do in Joburg.
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