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    I was so lucky that a friend told me about InterNations before I came to Bogota. I had the chance to contact many expats there from home.

InterNations - The Place for South Africans in Bogotá

Siya namkela nonke, welkom, isibingelelo to all South Africans in Bogotá! Searching for other South Africans in Bogotá? Looking for reliable and useful insider tips from fellow South Africans for example, where in Bogotá can I find a South African restaurant? Or where in Bogotá can I find some bobotie?

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  • Working in Bogota only speaking English
    7 replies
    Aug 10, 12:58 PM
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    Justine, basically you can find a job but your options are limited. Jobs like the one Neil Howard described (one run by and for Englsih speakers), that will likely be doing business relevant to being …

  • Spanish Institutes- please help!!
    8 replies
    Jan 23, 3:34 PM
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    la Javeriana has a 12 level Spanish program as part of their language department. It is the most University oriented program and provides certification upon completion. It's more expensive, but well …

  • Moving to Bogata
    3 replies
    Feb 22, 3:01 PM
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    Glad to hear some more South Africans are coming to Colombia! I'd be happy to meet up with you and give you the scoop when you arrive. Don't worry so much about not knowing the language before you …

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InterNations is the perfect place for South African expats in Bogotá to find the help and resources they have been looking for. The "Athens Of South America" will soon become your new home with our InterNations community - we help you to take full advantage of your new life here!

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Our Bogotá community is also very active offline. Our members get to enjoy a range of events and activities on monthly and weekly basis, e.g. a great dinner at Bogotá’s fanciest restaurant organized by our InterNations Ambassadors, or a weekend trip to explore Colombia’s unique vibe. These events and activities are a perfect and casual way to get in touch with fellow South African expats in your city and South Africans in Colombia. Interested? Simply sign up for membership and join the ranks of our South Africans living in Bogotá.

  • Pablo Garcia Ramirez

    I was so lucky that a friend told me about InterNations before I came to Bogota. I had the chance to contact many expats there from home.

  • Michelle Guillemont

    I was a little bit afraid before moving to Colombia - a new language, security issues, no friends. InterNations helped me settle in, though.

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