South Africa’s current political and economic climate has given rise to concerned, less wealthy individuals seeking these options as a necessary ‘Lifestyle Hedge’ or ‘Plan B’.

**Note: The below figures are based on costs for a family of 4 (main applicant, spouse and two dependent children under the age of 18) and include government, legal and processing fees.


Contribution to National Government Fund:
(once-off, non-refundable)

Real Estate Investment:
(Project offers guaranteed returns of up to 5,5% over 5 year investment term)

Benefits of citizenship include no physical stay, visit or language requirements and visa-free or visa-on-arrival travel to 162 countries/territories worldwide.


Contribution to Government Fund:
(once-off, non-refundable)

Real Estate Investment:
(Full-title, whole ownership unit in an eco-resort with an established reputation and loyal guest following)

Financed Real Estate Shares:
(Investors allocate 34% shares to financer and pay same upfront cost as Contribution to Government Fund. After 5 year investment term, investors remain with 66% shares (value of US$145,200))

Benefits of citizenship include fast processing, favourable tax structures and visa-free or visa-on-arrival travel to 154 countries/territories worldwide.


Contribution to National Transformation Fund:US$232,850
(once-off, non-refundable)

Real Estate Investment:
(Full-title, whole ownership unit in an Intercontinental Hotel Group resort, Kimpton Kawana Bay, offering excellent returns, capital growth and free stay per year)

Benefits of citizenship include access to the USA through an E-2 Investor Visa, excellent real estate investment that only needs to be held for 3 years and visa-free or visa-on-arrival travel to 157 countries/territories worldwide.