How do I find relatives for free?

There are a number of ways that you can find relatives for free in South Africa. The most obvious way is to search online using a variety of different search engines. You can also use social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to try and connect with potential relatives. Another option is to use a people search website such as This website allows you to search for people by their name, location and even occupation.

If you are not having any luck finding relatives using the above methods, then you could try contacting the South African embassy in London. They may be able to help you get in touch with relatives in South Africa. Alternatively, you could try contacting the South African consulate in your home town.

Once you have found relatives in South Africa, you will need to get in touch with them to arrange a visit. The best way to do this is to send them an email or give them a call. If you are planning on visiting South Africa, then you should also consider contacting the tourist board in South Africa to get more information on the best places to visit.

There are a number of ways that you can find relatives for free in South Africa. The first place to start is with the South African Genealogical Society. They have a huge database of genealogical records and they may be able to help you find the information you are looking for. Another great resource is the National Archives of South Africa. They have a wealth of information on South African families and they may be able to help you find what you are looking for. Finally, you can try searching online for websites that specialize in helping people find relatives in South Africa. These websites may have a fee associated with them, but they may be worth it if you are having difficulty finding the information you need.

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