48% increase in number of South Africans enquiring about second citizenship

Pedro Gonçalves
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Global citizenship company Henley & Partners's South Africa office has seen a 48% surge in the number of nationals making enquiries about Citizenship-by-Investment programmes around the globe. The increased volatility driven by covid-19 is pushing investment migration into overdrive, according to Henley & Partners. "The tumultuous events of 2020, including the unplanned pause during the great lockdown, have resulted in people from all walks of life re-evaluating their circumstances and reconsidering how they wish to conduct their lives and — for those fortunate enough — choosing where...

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