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A lot of salary and wonderful experiences in South Africa

by Kiho Muroga
(Tokyo, Japan)

If a Japanese businessman goes to South Africa on business, he will get a preferential treatment from his company. His house in South Africa must be much larger than in Japan. He will have some servants and a few guards. In addition, he can get a lot of salary.

Why do these things happen? The answer is the large number of crimes in South Africa. When we go to South Africa, our risks of facing some crimes rise. Therefore, we can get a wonderful treatment in return for the dangers.

However, there are a lot of beautiful things in South Africa. There is a lot of nature because of a large number of national parks. There are also various wild animals and specific species.

I recommend you to go to South Africa on business because you can get both a lot of salary and wonderful experiences.

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