Expat Cape Town - Interviews
Our expat interviews about moving, living and working in Cape Town shall give you better insights into expat life in Cape Town. Fellow expatriates in the Mother City joined in and shared their views to help you and make your ExpatCapeTown experience more valuable and your settling-in process more easily.
Here you will read about moving experiences and relocation tips, how to handle moving with kids and what to really consider when moving to Cape Town/South Africa.
Share your insights on Living in Cape Town
Please bookmark this page, new interviews will be added regularly. And if you are an expat living in Cape Town already, maybe you can help others with your experiences and at the same time tell them about your own way of dealing with daily challenges as well as your business or services, with live link to your site. Doesn't this sound good?
If you are an expat living in Cape Town, then please consider sharing your experiences about living in Cape Town and request an expat questionnaire which we will happily send to you. It will only take a couple of minutes and many expatriates will be happy to get more info about living in Cape Town and expat lifestyle in the Mother City.
Fellow expats will be very grateful for any advice and tips. Maybe there are also any shopping tips or links you can recommend? Then please get in contact with us and we will gladly add your insights ( where we also give you the opportunity to link to your business:-).
Further great resources of South Africa interviews can be found Expatsblog. Read there also my expat insights which are featured in an interview here or here (in German).
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Sep 23, 17 11:16 AM
Here our new interview with Jennifer Schlueter, a world traveller, blogger and digital nomad.
Sep 22, 17 12:01 PM
South Africa traffic laws will be changed introducing a points demerit system similar to the ones in UK or Australia
Sep 22, 17 03:59 AM
The Cape Town Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art MOCAA will officially open to visitors on 22 September 2017 - Enjoy free entrance over Heritage Weekend