Can U share ur experience on LIFE IN SOUTH AFRICA? View Pls
I have leave in SA for close to 7 years, I really Nigerians have contributed to CRIME in SA, because 70% of the Nigerians that leave in Joburg are street Hustlers they deal with drugs,419 and all kinds of illegal activities. They have really gave the rest of US bad names. especially IGBO people they are crooks
Goodguy,if you don't mind can you tell your current occupation?Downtown Joburg is dangerous and filthy,even though the goverment is trying to revamp it before the worldcup,I will never stay there atleast for the next ten years.
As Hadexman pointed out,just like in any country if you plan well and you are educated you are likely to live in better and save areas,apply for work while you are still in your native country,it cut all the hussle when you come through.Your company if it does not help you with accomodation they will advise you on the safest place around.South Africa is two worlds in one,there is a first world South Africa and third world,if you have money and education then you will live in the first world,and if you're poor,too bad.So when you come through you must know which South Africa you're visiting.
South Africa is good for you if you are educated, there is nothing for you if you think you can come here to stay hustle. If you are educated, you take your result to the SAQB, they will convert it to their own result, from there you create for yourself resume.
You have to know places to live, safest place for Nigerians are Durban, Cape Town, Pretoria and some other province, joburg is out of it if you are visiting South Africa for the first time, don't dress like someone who just came in, don't take too much pictures in a whereby you can't find security. Don't Bleep around with their girls, although they are cheap, but most of them got disease, and possessed with evil spirits.
Well, have got to go. Talk later