We are relocating to New Zealand, callers tell Eusebius
With the scourge of crime and inequity in the country, do you consider relocating?
Callers on the Eusebius McKaiser show express how they have been driven by unemployment to relocate to New Zealand for greener pastures.
It breaks my heart that I will be relocating. It doesn't seem to get better. I wish the politicians can listen to us. I am waiting for my visa to come through. It was not a decision that was made at the spur of the moment; it built up. I am going to New Zealand.Owen, Caller
It is not only a white people thing. In two months, I am also moving to New Zealand. I got a job there. I am a young black professional. I started applying this year and got the job offer this April.Daniel, Caller
I don't think I could leave SA. The odds of me leaving are slim to none. There is something about this country; it is interesting to observe and analyse.Eusebius McKasier, Show host
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