IBN Business & Immigration Solutions is a leading consultancy agency for corporate and private investment in South Africa. We have been assisting our clients for over 15 years now and have offices in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Stellenbosch. The consulting approach is to assign one contact person from our highly qualified team of experts to potential clients, who will assist in matters relating to company set-up, Visa and immigration, company and other aspect of corporate law, B-BBEE, government grants, licenses, private & commercial insurance as well as recruitment of qualified local staff and therefore saves the investor valuable time and effort compared to communicating to various parties.
For comprehensive projects we rely on expertise of our valued national and international network partners. Our clients directly benefit from the excellence of our available partners and still have only one central communication point via our employees.
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Young Cape Town entrepreneurs are amongst the most influential ones of the continentJune 14, 2013 · 0 Comments
Forbes released a list of “30 Africans under the age of 30 who are making the most dramatic impact across the continent”. Seven of them are from South Africa and five from Cape Town. On the 11th of June 2013...
Issuing of new ID-cards from July onJune 11, 2013 · 0 Comments
Minister of Home Affairs Naledi Pandor announced that the green barcode ID-books will be replaced by smart card IDs from July on. Naledi Pandor helself got her own smart card, the first one issued in South Africa, in the beginning...
What are your salary expectations?June 7, 2013 · 0 Comments
How much am I worth, how much should I tell my new employer I want to earn?
In today’s current market, the above is a hugely important topic of discussion. It is extremely vital not to overprice or underprice. If you...
Volunteer PermitJune 4, 2013 · 0 Comments
If you would like to perform voluntary work in South Africa, a volunteer permit is to be applied for....
Permanent Residence Permits – 2012’s numbersMay 31, 2013 · 0 Comments
In contrast to 141.550 issued temporary residence permits only 1.283 permanent residence permits (PRP) were issued in 2012. The biggest group was the relatives’ permit that came up for almost 50% with 640 permits issued. This was followed by work...
Temporary Residence Permits -2012’s numbersMay 28, 2013 · 0 Comments
“Statistics South Africa” ’s current release about documented immigrants in 2012 shows that a total of 141 550 temporary residence permits (TRPs) were issued during the year. At the beginning of 2012 home affair’s backlog regarding TRPs was still estimated...
Mindshift at Home Affairs?May 24, 2013 · 0 Comments
During the recently held budget speech of the Minister of Home Affairs Naledi Pandor, hints of a new focus could be heard, which let hope arise that soon some rationality will return to the Department. The Immigration Act of 2002...
South African B-BBEE, a ‘forced marriage’?May 17, 2013 · 0 Comments
Aliko Dangote, a Nigerian billionaire businessman, was in Cape Town for the SA – Nigeria Business Forum. He is considered to be the richest man in Africa by Forbes Magazine....