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'My children thank me every day for bringing them back'
9 things no one told me before moving back to Kenya
'You can never plan your return perfectly'
'Life in Ghana has led to unique experiences'
‘The most difficult part of moving home was what I felt I had left behind’
'Cubicle life wasn't for me'
'I wanted to bring up my children in my home country'
My love for this country knows no limits
The Exciting but Sobering Realities of Moving Back to Kenya
Everyday in Nigeria is an experience
The comfort of home the culture of love & Ubuntu
13 Things To Consider When Thinking of Moving Back Home to Kenya
How to move back to Nigeria & enjoy it
Goodbye New Zealand. Hello Home.
'Global work experience & an African background are an unbeatable combo'
Homecomer: "One of the best things about being back are the smiling faces!"
'This is the right time to return to Zambia'
After 10 years in the US, I felt the need to return to Nigeria
'We're on the cusp of a revolution, now is the time to come home'
"Why I moved from London to Ghana"
'There's nothing else I'd rather be doing right now'
'Homecoming London Gave Us the Final Push to Return Home'
Barista by the Sea
'The move back to Africa is definitely worth it'
10 years on, I still love our beautiful South Africa
SA homecomers put the G in G&T in CT
'There's a sense of purpose & belonging'
‘I always wanted to find a way to showcase a reimagined Africa to the world’
'You're missing out if you aren't on the continent right now'
'We want the creative people of Africa to help us shape a new aesthetic'
'There's no better place in the world to be young, gifted & African'
From NYC to Jozi then Lagos & back to Harare
'I get to see my family & childhood friends always'
'The transition back to Nigeria helped me clarify my interests'
'Being South African has always been a great source of pride for us'
'I feel more alive in SA than I have for many years living overseas'
'There are endless possibilities of how we can make an impact on Africa'
'This continent allows you to maximise your full potential'
'The best thing about being home is it's a fresh start'
The silver lining: Why I am happy to be home
OPINION: Light the way in a darkling SA
'My belief is everyone who leaves Nigeria should come back'
OPINION: How to make Africa work for the many not just the few
Chris Kirubi: Why the diaspora needs to return home
OPINION: This is my home, these are my people & I love living here
OPINION: The SA emotional rollercoaster
'The opportunities far outweigh the challenges'
'What I learned from Nelson Mandela'
'Don't come back with Cinderella syndrome'
My Homecoming Revolution
AB de Villiers: Thanks for being there when it counted the most
'Why I brought my family back to SA'
'You can't take South Africa out of a South African'
Nik Rabinowitz: Come home everybody!
'Natural intuition brought me back to Nigeria'
OPINION - What does being South African mean?
'It never really felt like I left Nigeria'
OPINION: South Africa - Stay or go?
A modern day S.African cinderella story
A letter from Thuli Madonsela to her 16-year-old self
Award winning SA author on why he's returning home
Build our beloved country - Stand up & be counted!
15 quintessentially South African phrases & sayings
'Africans in US more educated than other immigrants'
'South Africa has a great future but you need a plan'
‘Africa suffering from lack of supply, not demand’
A South African love story
6 of the biggest challenges for homecomers
Feke: from South Africa to Ghana and back
Settling in for Homecomers to South Africa
What African expats miss most about home
Cry the Beloved Country
Vodacom’s Chief Human Resources Officer Matimba shares his coming home story
‘Just Do It’, Ivie Omoregie on Moving to Nigeria to Become a Corporate Lawyer!
‘Move Back Based On Your Own Convictions’, Osato Aghatise Chats About Making The Big Leap!
Vivien Ike speaks candidly about her move back to Nigeria and plans for the future!
SA was the right step
The exposure to engineering software in the United States greatly facilitates my work in Senegal as an engineer
How to Spread it: Paul Harris
Exploring the Unknown
Learning to be Ethiopian again