Project Nova Europa is pleased to announce that the president of the TAU-SA (formerly known as the Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa), Louis Meintjies, and Assistant General Manager, Henk van de Graaf, will be going to Hungary during the last week of February.
The Hungary fact-finding mission originated with Project Nova Europa and was funded by supporters from around the globe. The two day appeal was so successful that it allowed the TAU-SA mission to be expanded from just one delegate to two.
However, as the appeal went out, Project Nova Europa was contacted by numerous white South Africans who were not farmers, who also sought to leave that country.
In response to those requests, we have actively looked into channels whereby non-EU nationals—including South African citizens—who are not farmers might be able to move to Eastern Europe.
So far, we have established that it is possible for non-EU nationals to move to Eastern Europe, under condition of fulfilling certain employment-based requirements.
We have clearly identified a demand for IT specialists, although there are shortages for all manner of skilled and semi-skilled workers.
Anybody seeking further information is urged to contact us via the contact form on this website.
Please note that Project Nova Europa is not an employer, and can only provide pointers to individuals seeking to relocate. We cannot undertake to seek or provide employment.
In line with the prognosis sketched out in Nova Europa, we have identified Eastern Europe as the region with the single greatest potential of offering a European bastion in which the European people and their civilization can be preserved.