Homecoming Revolution CEO Angel Jones spoke to Classic FM’s Tamara Lepine-Williams about the 2017 Oxford Africa Conference. Angel hosted the “Returning Home” Panel, where stories were shared of those who had returned and those who were still contemplating it.
Homecoming Revolution hosted the “Returning Home” Panel at the Oxford Africa Conference this month, where stories were shared of those who had returned and those who were still contemplating it. The room was packed with top African professionals who had many questions like, where the grass was greener, when the best time to return was, […]
Our CEO joined Enca’s Moneyline to discuss Homecoming Revolution’s Pan-African recruitment activities across Africa and why it’s so critical to get talented professionals back to Africa
Top Pan-Africans from across the continent have appealed to the African diaspora to return home and contribute their skills and knowledge towards the growth and development of the continent. Several Pan-African movers and shakers gathered at Homecoming Revolution’s ‘Relationships are Gold’ Networking Breakfast at the Hyatt Hotel, Rosebank on 19 August. From dignitaries to chief […]
Kenyan homecomer Michael Awori returned home after finding a top job with Barclays at Homecoming Revolution’s London event in March 2014. Since returning home last year, he is Regional Head of Corporate Debt, responsible for Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Click here to read his story. 1. When did you leave Kenya and why? I left Kenya […]
Pumela Salela, Brand South Africa’s UK country head and one of the keynote speakers at Homecoming Revolution’s March 2016 London event, played popular South African song, When You Come Back, to inspire the audience to return home. When it was first written, the song, written by singer & songwriter Vusi Mahlasela, was a popular anti-apartheid anthem, addressed […]
Johannesburg – Four key trends have emerged from Homecoming Revolution’s latest event in London. Homecoming Revolution, the recruitment firm for global Africans, hosted an interactive careers and networking event at the Park Plaza Victoria on 4 & 5 March. The event, attended by approximately 400 people, equipped Africans living in the UK with everything they […]
The pull of home remains strong for South Africans living in the United Kingdom, despite South Africa’s current unstable political & economic climate. “Key factors like friends & family, the incredible lifestyle, a sense of belonging & a desire to make a difference keep the idea of returning home top of mind among a number […]
Hi London Saffas! Guys. It’s time to come home. Seriously. Think about the benefits: It’s been 40 degrees in Joburg for a month and we’re experiencing an incredible drought, so you’re guaranteed NO RAIN. Our beaches are all made of sand, not rocks, so you can wear flip flops, and avoid that pesky wellie tan. And if […]
It’s been a frenetic and fraught year for South Africa, filled with much stress and uncertainty. I just want to rush off to the beach and bury my head in the sand. What a shock end-of-year blow we received with President Jacob Zuma’s sacking of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene on Wednesday night. As I write […]
South Africa’s Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa praised Homecoming Revolution’s efforts to get South Africans and Africans abroad to return home in the National Assembly on 5 November, 2015.
You may be living the highlife in London or Perth, earning a fortune with the world at your fingertips, but where do you feel really alive? A sense of purpose and belonging… Family and friends… The outdoor lifestyle… Making a difference… There are many reasons why South Africans abroad are returning. The Money Show’s Bruce […]
Exciting career opportunities and the potential for innovation are driving Africans in the USA to return home. This was one of the key insights garnered from Homecoming Revolution’s Speed Meet New York event which took place on 25 September. The interactive event, which took place at the Thomson Reuters building in the heart of Times […]
Homecoming Revolution, the brain gain company for Africa, will next week bring together influential Africans living in New York in an effort to inspire them to return home as part of the organisation’s inaugural Speed Meet New York event. The two day event comprises a VIP Heritage Day dinner at the trendy Kaia Wine Bar […]
Homecoming Revolution director Faye Condy speaks to CCTV Africa’s Angelo Coppola about our work in promoting Africa’s brain drain and why it is so important for Africans to return home from the diaspora.