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I'm Goin to South Africa. Please Help!

Discussion in 'Travel & Lesuire' started by Oluomoadebayo, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. Oluomoadebayo

    Oluomoadebayo Moderator Staff Member

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    Hello my people,

    I'm going to South Africa for 5 days boot camp but I'm very worried about the disturbing news I'm hearing about killings of Nigerians over there.

    I need people with experience about the country in general to help me with information about how to stay safe in that country.

    Except the visa on my passport, do I need any specific document before I could enter the country?

    What type of food could I expect and how expensive is their care hire services?

    Help a brother out and your input will be appreciated.

    Thank you my good people of Nigeria.
     
  2. Gertn

    Gertn Active Member

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    I think you only need the yellow card to proof you are vaccinated against yellow fever.
     
  3. Oluomoadebayo

    Oluomoadebayo Moderator Staff Member

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    Can I get this from a private hospital?
     
  4. Magz Esdre

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    When you get to the embassy for your visa, you should ask about the approved hospital for your yellow fever test.
     
  5. Oluomoadebayo

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    Visa is secured. It's not the embassy's problem to tell you where to get your treatment. I think I will make some calls though.
     
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  6. Magz Esdre

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    The killing of Nigerian has really reduced unlike last year. I advise people to go on a tour if they don't have contact there. Their restaurant is not really expensive depends on the class. It may shake your pocket a little because their rand is higher than our Naira. You will see our normal food in few Nigeria restaurant. I could help you with contact when you are ready Sir.
     
  7. Magz Esdre

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    A private hospital will do sir.
     
  8. Oluomoadebayo

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    Well I'm going for a Seminar and I may not have much chance to tour around because I have just 5 days to spend.
     
  9. Magz Esdre

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    OK... Where are you going to Jozi or Cape Town.
     
  10. Oluomoadebayo

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    Johannesburg.
     

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