MAURITIUS COULD BE PARADISE FOR EMIGRATING SOUTH AFRICANS. BUT WILL SARS LET YOU GO? Already a popular destination with South Africans, recent developments in Mauritius promise to make this tiny island paradise more accessible to expatriates than ever. READ MORE featured in However, those considering Mauritius as their future home will want to ensure their
WHY ARE PEOPLE IMMIGRATING TO MAURITIUS? More and more South Africans are relocating to the sunny shores of Mauritius. The island country’s appeal is not just about living where others go to holiday. Over the last couple of years, Mauritius has grown exponentially, both in the spheres of commerce, as well as their standard of
Not Sure What Visa To Get For Mauritius-Here Are Some Options The island of Mauritius boasts spectacular scenery, a tropical climate and a culturally diverse community. The country is home to multiple nationalities and enjoys a stream of international visitors year-round. This vibrant snapshot is what makes Mauritius the melting pot of the African continent.
MAURITIUS FORGES AHEAD AS AFRICA’S WEALTHIEST COUNTRY When we think of Mauritius, the mind leans towards a tropical lifestyle that includes surf, sand and sundowners. However, over the last couple of decades, the island has successfully positioned itself as one of the most favourable economic hubs in Africa. News that their final obstacle has been
IS MAURITIUS CALLING YOU? As worldwide travel bans are being lifted, many South Africans are reassessing their views on their own country, while contemplating the idea of working abroad. Many dread the notion of moving far away from their home country, especially those who would be leaving family or friends behind. Ultimately, they look at
TAXATION OF MAURITIUS TRUSTS: THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM The Mauritius Revenue Authority issued a Statement of Practice on 24 August 2021 (SOP24/21) on the taxation of Mauritius trusts. We found it peculiar that many Mauritius advisors decided to not advise their clients of this important development. In a previous article we warned that South