I'm a senior in high school. I was born and raised in Canada. My dad is a white South African but he immigrated to Canada in the late 80's. I recently traveled to SA and fell in love with the country. I loved the country’s climate that was beautifully warm and sunny without being absolutely roasting. have traveled all over the world and have to say that Cape Town is the most beautiful of anywhere I have ever been. It has gorgeous mountains, beaches, and wine farms. Should I move there for university? Is it safe for white people?
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SA is a relatively safe-ish country IF you stay away from townships and the bad parts. You'll also have to realize that safety precautions is a must. Walking alone at night is something you can forget about for example. So is walking around with a phone in your hands a no no. I study at Stellenbosch uni not too far from Cpt. There's a lot of political unrest between black and white at our uni but it hasn't impacted me or my studies at all. The other thing is our goverment is very corrupt and economically our country is on a downward spiral. If you plan to only come for your studies then I say go for it But for permanent residency I wouldn't advise you.0
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