Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Architecture and fashion in Ivory Coast
    Abidjan, the largest city in Ivory Coast, is rich in culture and history and offers tourists many interesting sites to explore. The St Paul’s Cathedral in Abidjan, built after the… read more →
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Ivorian street foods
    The Ivorian palate is very distinct and includes a variety of African foods but also has European, especially a lot of French influences. Ivorian foods are colourful, sweet, nutritional and… read more →
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  • $1.6 billion subway planned for Ivory Coast
    The recent visit of French President, Emmanuel Macron, to the Ivory Coast has resulted in plans for a $1.6 billion subway for Abidjan. The subway, which is anticipated for 2020,… read more →
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  • New taxi app books a ride for Ivorians
    While American transportation giant Uber dominates the South African and Egyptian markets, a new high tech taxi company has entered the market in the Ivory Coast. Africab is the new… read more →
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  • Heineken sparks beer war in Ivory Coast
    Heineken, the world’s second largest beer brewer, has entered the African market with a bang. Constructing a modern, $160 million factory over 12 hectares of land on the outskirts of… read more →
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  • New Residence Cards for Non-ECOWAS nationals
    In terms of Ivorian immigration, all non-ECOWAS foreign nationals entering the Ivory Coast for a stay in excess of 90 days are required to obtain a Residence Card. A new… read more →
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  • Executive Relocations Consultant, Celine Barbet
    Executive Relocations Consultant, Celine Barbet has been working at the Ivory Coast branch for three years and her greatest passion, she believes, is her love for this beautiful African country.… read more →
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • ZIZABONA power project advances
    Construction on the US$59 million ZIZABONA power project has advanced and is scheduled for completion in 2019. The project, which is currently undergoing a feasibility study, is expected to meet… read more →
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  • New Copperbelt airport gets green light
    Zambia has submitted the final plans on the $400-million Copperbelt International Airport and construction of the airport is expected to commence soon in Ndola, the country’s third largest city. The… read more →
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  • Construction of new mall underway
    Construction on the $72 million Alick Nkata Shopping Mall has commenced in Zambia’s capital city of Lusaka. About 300 jobs are expected to be created during construction of the project… read more →
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  • Uni-Visa boosts arrivals to Victoria Falls
    The Victoria Falls, Zambia’s prime holiday destination, has seen a significant increase in tourist arrivals in the first half of 2017 since the re-launch of the Uni-Visa in December last… read more →
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  • Bringing Zambianisation into Effect in Immigration
    Zambia has recently seen a strict crackdown on immigration non-compliance. An emphasis is placed on the “localisation” of skills, or what Zambians refer to as “Zambianisation” which calls for local… read more →
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Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Angola gears up for elections
    Angolans will take to the polls on 23 August to elect a successor to current President Eduardo dos Santos following his 38-year rule over the resources-rich African nation. Seventy-four year… read more →
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  • Local Angolan currency
    Angola is still very much a cash-dependent economy with cash still exclusively used for most transactions within the country. The local currency, the Angolan Kwanza, is the most widely used… read more →
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Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Angola International Airport to open
    Construction on the new Angola International Airport, which is currently underway, is due for completion around mid-2017. The new $6.3 billion airport will secure an increase in logistical networks from… read more →
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Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Current Angolan Immigration System
    Angola has implemented a new online visa/permit application submission system, however, the system is not fully functional and seldom used. Most Angolans still prefer to submit their applications manually. Furthermore,… read more →
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  • Joao Martinho
    Joao Martinho has only been with Executive Relocations Africa for a few short months and he’s already hooked on the fast-paced environment of the relocations industry. “No two days are… read more →
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  • 72hrs in Luanda
    Luanda offers tourists a real treat for the eye: from long, untouched beaches, to lushes forests and parks, visitors are bound to get more than they bargained for when visiting… read more →
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  • ERA Branch:
    We have recently appointed an additional Immigration Consultant who is positioned at our office in Rabat. In this regard, we now have consultants at both of our Morocco offices, in… read more →
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Moroccan Immigration Ministry: Online Option
    In January 2017, the Ministry implemented an online application system in which certain applications (not yet Work or Residence Permit applications) can be submitted and tracked online. The implementation of… read more →
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Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Argan oil: Morocco’s ‘desert gold’
    The demand for argan oil is expected to peak in the next few years and the Kingdom of Morocco’s argon producers are gearing up to supply the world’s appetite for… read more →
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Executive Relocations Africa & Middle East
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  • Yves Saint Laurent museum to open in Morocco
    A museum dedicated to the life and work of fashion legend Yves Saint Laurent will open in Morocco later this year. The museum in Marrakesh – where the late designer… read more →

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