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Edition of 28 February, 2003 #120


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IN THIS ISSUE

1. Business: The Big Mac Index
2. Business: A new film studio in Cape Town looking for actors
3. Business: Free Gift to our Subscribers
4. Business: Business grants and loans for European Business
5. Business: Irish tax payers are amongst the most heavily burdened in the world
6. Business: South African Wines
7. Education: Flags of the World
8. Education: The National Library of Wales
9. Education: A visit to the Smithsonian
10. Education: Scottish Archive Network
11. Global Trade: Black empowerment. A report from a correspondent in South Africa
12. Global Trade: World Bank Resumes Loans for Kenya
13. Global Trade: Investing in Land in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)
14. Immigration: Brits living in Florida
15. Immigration: Canada is becoming more attractive
16. Immigration: Does the USA have a heart?
17. Immigration: The problem of illegal immigration is now a worldwide problem
18. Travel: American Airlines in Trouble
19. Travel: Visiting Cape Town
20. Travel: Visit the National Railway Museum in England
21. Travel: Tourist Industry in the Doldrums
22. Internet: WebPage Translator 1.2


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1. Business: The Big Mac Index
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Johannesburg - The South African Rand is no longer the cheapest currency in the world - at least not according to that lynchpin of burgernomics, the Big Mac index.

The index, compiled by The Economist, compares the price of a Big Mac hamburger in the US with the prices of identical burgers in other parts of the world.

It was designed to assess the relative buying power of currencies compared with the US dollar.

The latest index shows a Big Mac will cost $2.65 in the US and R12.95 ($1.59) in South Africa. This implies a purchasing-power parity (PPP) exchange rate of R4.89 to the dollar compared with a spot rate of R8.82 late on Friday. (The latest exchange rate is at R7,97 to the dollar)

The Rand is therefore, on this basis, undervalued by about 45 percent. In 2001 the Rand was undervalued by 68 percent and was the index's worst performer.

Over the last two years it crept ahead of Argentina, China, Russia, Malaysia, Brazil and Hong Kong, among others.

On the other end of the scale, Iceland, Switzerland, Sweden and Britain are now the most overvalued currencies relative to the dollar. The euro is 8 percent and the pound 21 percent overvalued. To read the full report click here

Editor's Note: If you are interested in investing in South Africa, which is now the safe haven for millions of dollars of "hot money" visit this page.

 

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2. Business: A new film studio in Cape Town looking for actors?
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Cape Town - A film studio, critical to the R2 billion-a-year film industry reaching projected growth of 20 percent in the next two years, was likely to be established soon, Ebrahim Rasool, the Western Cape MEC for finance and economic development, said yesterday.

The need for a film studio, with the services it could provide to local and foreign filmmakers, was highlighted during the Sithengi film festival held in Cape Town in November.

Rasool said the infrastructure for the studio, a public-private partnership, had to be in place soon so that expertise could be retained and critical mass achieved.

To read the full story, click here


Editor's Note: If you are interested in working in Cape Town, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, place your details on our Classified Page, which is checked by leading companies in the Cape region on a weekly basis.


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3. Business: Free Gift to our Subscribers
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We are currently offering a free service to all our subscribers, clients and site visitors, which allows you to select an inspiring quote from our database, and then you can "frame" it from our selection of full-colour custom "frames." You can then print it, save it, or share it with a friend or business associate.

Many of our clients have found this technique of pondering over inspirational quotes, to be a great motivator. Click here for this free service.

 

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4. Business: Business grants and loans for European Business
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The EU has approved a pilot scheme that will create a pan-European online grants information service for businesses

The GUIDE pilot website, due for launch in September, will be developed via a partnership between UK grants service company j4b, Dutch counterpart PNO and Madrid-based Econet.

The EU is supporting the venture financially, having awarded EU800,000 to the triumverate, around half of the overall cost of the pilot scheme. j4b claims that since it has secured the development funding through an EU eContent grant, it has "put paid to the misguided belief in certain business quarters that grants are generally insignificant and not worth bothering with".

The pilot website is scheduled to run for two years and will provide information on grants and loans to European businesses. j4b research and content director Andrew Diggle said the company had been chosen to lead the technical development of the database and website.

The GUIDE project aims to establish and run an online European grant funding database and website that allows users to easily access grant information at one single source and in all official EU languages. Visit their site for more details.


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5. Business: Irish tax payers are amongst the most heavily burdened in the world
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According to reports in the Irish media, by the end of this year more than one-third of Irish taxpayers will be paying the top rate of 42%, far exceeding the government's long-term target that only one in five workers should pay the higher rate.

Official figures have revealed that at the end of 2002, slightly more than 30% of the Republic's income tax payers were paying highest rate of tax - up from 27% at the beginning of that year.

However, according to experts, Charlie McCreevy's failure to increase tax bands and credits in his December budget will mean that the number of top-rate taxpayers increases sharply in 2003. For help with your tax problems, click here

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6. Business: South African Wines
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Kumala, the wine brand produced by South Africa's Western Wines group, is the fourth-biggest selling wine in the UK, according to the latest November/December poll by AC Nielsen.

This is the first time a South African wine has made it into the top five of the UK's Top 10 light wine league table.

According to Western Wines, Kumala sold 2 million cases (9-litre equivalent) in 2002, up from just over 1 million cases in 2001. The company is set to expand these numbers further in 2003, having appointed two new full-time dedicated brand managers, as well as new media and advertising agencies.

To read the full report click here


Editor's Note: Visit our page on how to own a share in a wine farm at very low cost, which can be a very good investment. Visit our Investment Page.

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7. Education: Flags of the World
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Maintained by a staff of editors from around the world, the Flags of the World Web site contains over 18,000 pages of information about flags and over 32,000 images of flags.

Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the site is the multitude of ways in which users can look for different flags: by country; page title; date of last page update; and most interestingly, topic.

Some of these topics include oil companies, pirates, signal flags, weather flags, and flags in movies. Each flag page includes information about the flag's history, the flag's symbology, and in some cases, different incarnations of the nation's flag.

For users hoping to learn more about the study of flags (i.e., vexillology), there is a thorough glossary of words commonly used in the field. The site is rounded out, by a section that answers frequently asked questions, such as "How do you hang a flag at half mast?" and "Why are these flags similar?" Visit this site.


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8.Education: The National Library of Wales
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Since 1911, the library has collected "a copy of every printed work published in Britain and Ireland."

In Welsh and English this site includes information about the library, catalogs of the collections, digital images of the library's manuscripts and artworks, online exhibits, and a form to send enquiries to the library. The Black Book of Carmarthen and the autobiography of William Owen, "noted smuggler," are among the treasures reproduced in the Digital Mirror section. Visit this site.

Editor's Note: Most people are interested in their family background and ancestry. We are now promoting some of the best websites for researching your family history. Visit our Genealogy Page.

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9. Education: A visit to the Smithsonian
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This exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait Gallery uses portrait drawings dating from the 1880s to the 1980s to show the ways in which the art of portraiture has been changed by trends in 20th century art. Visitors will find easy navigation through the show's five sections.

One of these is New Themes for a New Century, talking about 20th century themes such as Celebrity Culture; Gender, Race, and the Body; and the Uses of Photography.

Included are a comic-book style portrait of Robert Kennedy by Roy Lichtenstein that appeared on the cover of Time magazine on May 24th, 1968, and pop artist Andy Warhol's romantic drawing of realist artist Jamie Wyeth that Warhol began by tracing Polaroids of Wyeth projected onto the canvas.

Audio comments by Wendy Wick Reaves, curator of the exhibition, are available in selected sections. Visit this site.


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10. Education: Scottish Archive Network
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Supported by funds from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Genealogical Society of Utah, and the National Archives of Scotland, the Scottish Archive Network has three primary aims.

The first objective is to convert fifty of the primary Scottish archive catalogues into electronic format, the second is to make the wills and testaments of Scots from 1500 to 1875 available online, and the third is to "provide a host of other valuable online resources for anyone interested in the written history of Scotland."

While the fifty primary Scottish catalogues are not all online yet, the Network Web site offers a good sample of the diverse printed historical records of the Scottish people.

Visitors will want to make sure and look at some representative examples of Scottish wills from the past four hundred years, and then take a look at the Research Tools area, which contains helpful hints for deciphering Scottish handwriting and a glossary of terms used in the wills.

Visitors hoping to trace their Scottish heritage will want to take a look at the Family History area, which will help them utilized the excellent genealogical resources provided by the Network. Visit this site

 

Editor's Note: Most people are interested in their family background and ancestry. We are now promoting some of the best websites for researching your family history. Visit our Genealogy Page.


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11. Global Trade: Black empowerment. A report from a correspondent in South Africa
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Only a few blacks have benefited from the empowerment of blacks in South Africa, Why? This is part of the problem with "black economic empowerment." (BEE) It has become a show involving a few prominent black personalities, all with serious political connections.

All in all, one can count the individuals who have benefited mostly from black economic empowerment on one, maybe two, hands.

Who is to blame for this? Is it a government which has not put proper Black Empowerment guidelines in place, nine years after our country became a democracy and all of us realised that Black empowerment, along with affirmative action and employment equity, would have to become a reality to address the inequalities in our society?

To read the full report, click here


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12. Global Trade: World Bank Resumes Loans for Kenya
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The World Bank has told the newly elected Kenyan government that it is keen to resume lending to help it bridge a big budget shortfall. "We are very keen to see the building of this relationship and for us to provide the new administration with strong support as you begin the long journey to save your people," Mr Madavo said.

The favourable comments came as the Bank's vice-president for Africa, Callisto Madavo, visited the capital Nairobi.

To read the full report click here

Editor's Note: The tourism industry needs help in Kenya and one of our partners has received a large donation to renovate the Safari park of "Delamere's Camp" in the Soysambu Wildlife Sanctuary. If you wish to visit this beautiful area of Kenya, contact us for a special offer for clients of our firm.

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13. Global Trade: Investing in Land in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)
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London - President Robert Mugabe has awarded a Chinese company a tender to grow maize on more than 100 000ha in a desperate attempt to avert an unprecedented food crisis.

The land was mostly seized from white farmers (including one of our investors) and is now lying fallow after its new black owners failed to take it up because of lack of farming equipment. (Or for other obvious reasons)

Mugabe's decision to approve huge land allocations to the China International Water and Electric Corporation, a state-owned company, contradicts his claims that he wants to empower black Zimbabweans by giving them land seized from white farmers. To read more, click here

Editor's Note: We wish to point out that in terms of the old "apartheid" system adopted by Rhodesia and South Africa, the Chinese were classified as "blacks", but the Japanese (because of investment protocols in South Africa and Rhodesia) were classified as "honorable whites". Do you make sense of this?

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14. Immigration: Brits living in Florida
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If you walk into a bathroom and the toilet seat is decorated with the British colors (red, white and blue), you have probably wandered into the loo at the British Bureau of Florida headquarters in downtown Miami.

Whether doing business with British corporations or looking to meet British singles, the bureau is the place to go, according to its founder.

Although there are no official figures of how many Brits live in Florida because so many of them are here illegally, the British Bureau estimated there are about 400,000 British residing in South Florida, probably most of them illegally, but who cares?

To read the full story, click here

Editor's Note: Don't forget to visit our page on how to make your visit to the USA legal, and how you can get permanent residence. Go to our Page on Immigration


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15. Immigration: Canada is becoming more attractive
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The ethnic makeup of the Canadian population is increasingly diverse, new data from Statistics Canada show.

Information from the 2001 census released Tuesday indicates that the number of foreign-born residents in Canada is at its highest level since 1931, Statistics Canada said, partly because of a surge in the number of immigrants from Asia.

The latest census numbers show that 5.4 million people, or 18.4 per cent of the total population, were born outside Canada.

That is an increase over the 1996 census, which showed that immigrants made up 17.4 per cent of the population.

Immigration Minister Denis Coderre said in a statement that he was pleased with the numbers of people coming to Canada, and with the increasing numbers of immigrants who are choosing to take up Canadian citizenship.

"Immigration has always played an important role in building Canadian society, and we can see that this trend is continuing," he said.

For the full story click here


Editor's Note: If you are interested in emigrating to Canada our firm has representation in this country, go to this page

 

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16. Immigration: Does the USA have a heart?
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Fair process by INS urged for scam victims. By Jessie Mangaliman of The San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News.


In our Newsletter last month, we mentioned the plight of some Korean families being victims of corruption and fraud in the INS. At the request of one of our clients we bring this case up to date.

Two members of the state Assembly introduced a resolution Monday asking the INS to conduct a "fair process'' when considering whether to deport Bay Area immigrants who were issued fake green cards by a former INS supervisor more than a decade ago.

Assemblyman Manny Diaz, D-San Jose, and Assemblywoman Carol Liu, D-Los Angeles co-wrote the resolution, which also asked U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft to review the cases fairly.

"These immigrants thought they were going through a legal process and then they find out it was scam,'' Diaz said Monday. "I don't think it's right that the INS is now trying to deport them.''

Last month, two San Jose legislators, U.S. Reps. Mike Honda and Zoe Lofgren, asked that the attorney general suspend the deportation hearings until each case is carefully reviewed. The request came after Mercury News articles detailed the scheme by a former INS supervisor, Leland Dwayne Sustaire, who admitted receiving $500,000 in bribes from immigration consultants in exchange for issuing 275 green cards over a period of 12 years.

Sustaire and four San Jose immigration consultants were convicted in the scam. Sustaire avoided jail time by testifying against the consultants. (Way to go boy)

Many of the mostly Korean immigrants are Bay Area professionals, who said they didn't know about the scheme. At least one has been deported; 16 others have received deportation notices.

"This corruption at the INS could devastate the lives of hundreds of families if we do not intervene immediately,'' Diaz said.

He is asking the INS to conduct a case-by-case review before proceeding with deportations.

INS spokeswoman Sharon Rummery declined to discuss the resolution, and a spokesman for Ashcroft could not be reached for comment.

"The Assembly is asking the attorney general to do what's right,'' said Santa Clara attorney Alex Park, who represents 95 of the immigrants. "Every single effort is going to make a difference in finding a solution.''

Corruption is as rampant in the INS of the US government as it is in many African and Arab countries, only this past week the following incidents were exposed

1. Two employees of the INS' California Service Center were indicted on charges of deliberately shredding thousands of documents - including immigration applications - in order to cut down the backlog at the service center, obviously to keep their records clean, as most do very little work each day.

2. Officials of the General Accounting Office were able to successfully use fake IDs and phony names to easily get past border agents at US ports of entry along the Canadian and Mexican borders as well as at an airport in Florida.

3. The US consulate in Nuevo Laredo was shut down because of allegations that US employees were selling visas.

While it is impossible to totally rid government of corruption and incompetence, it seems that immigration officials at the INS and State Department have had more than their fair share in recent years.

To read the full report, click here


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17. Immigration: The problem of illegal immigration is now a worldwide problem.
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Plans by some smaller Swiss towns to ban asylum-seekers from public parks and sports facilities have met with a storm of criticism and have been watered down.

When the town of Meilen announced plans to forbid asylum-seekers from using parks, school playgrounds and even public swimming pools, there was an outcry among some Swiss but approval from others. To read the full report click here


How would you like to be an illegal immigrant in Saudi Arabia?

The police arrested about 20,400 foreign nationals during Ramadan for staying illegally in the Kingdom; a security official was quoted as saying yesterday.

The government has launched a campaign to reduce the numbers of foreigners working in Saudi Arabia who are estimated at seven million. According to Interior Ministry officials, Saudi Arabia deports more than 700,000 illegal immigrants every year.

Illegal foreigners are deported while landlords renting them accommodation face prison terms and fines. To read this report, click here


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18. Travel: American Airlines in Trouble
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AMR, the corporate parent of American Airlines, posted the biggest yearly loss in aviation history on Wednesday, sending its shares tumbling 23 percent.

The world's largest airline, battling a perception that it will have to follow some major rivals into bankruptcy, reported a loss of $3.5 billion in 2002 and warned that it had to cut costs drastically to keep flying.

Analysts and AMR executives said that even though the quarterly numbers actually showed improvement, the underlying trend showed AMR was operating at an unsustainable level - losing about $5 million a day.

To read the full report, click here


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19. Travel: Visiting Cape Town
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British Airways (BA) carried 34 percent more passengers to Cape Town between April and December last year than ever before in its 70 years of flying to this country, Alan Burnett, the airline's area manager for Africa, said yesterday.

Although the airline provided an extra 1,200 seats a week on three additional flights to Cape Town this summer, bringing the total number of flights to 10 a week, "thousands of would-be passengers had to be turned away", he said.

Burnett, who is in South Africa to prepare for negotiations between the British and South African governments on air traffic rights next month, said: "We want to be able to provide sufficient flights to ensure that South Africa realises its potential as an international tourism destination. That's why I'm here."


To read more, click here


Editor's Note: We are also aware that many Brits have purchased properties in the Cape area because of the low prices in British Sterling value. Many have bought luxury 1 acres plots and 4 bedroom houses overlooking Camps Bay , or Constantia area, some of the most desirable areas in the Cape, which the local's now cannot afford. Talk about selling the "family silver."

We act as agents for the sale of properties which are available in Southern Africa. Do you want to buy a farm or ranch and become one the "in crowd"? Visit our Property Page


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20. Travel: Visit the National Railway Museum in England
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The British railway system was one of the first national systems in the world; so, it is not surprising that they also have the largest railroad museum in the world. Offering a number of online exhibits, their site is an excellent resource for anyone, young and old, hoping to learn more about the history of railroads in Britain.

They have over 1.4 million photographs in the collection. For starters, users may want to look at the Frequently Asked Questions section, where the Museum's experts answer a number of queries, such as "How does a steam locomotive work?" and "What is the world's heaviest train?"

From there, users will want to take a virtual tour of the Museum by navigating to the Panoramas section, where they will have the ability to look around the Museum's Great Hall, where legendary British locomotives are kept, as well as viewing the interior of the Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive.

The digital exhibits are located in the Exhibits section, which includes presentations combining short essays and visual materials on nine different themes, including "The History of Railway Photography;" "Railway Posters;" and "North by
Northwest," which highlights recent photographic work taken along rail routes in Scotland.

If you have nostalgia for the bygone steam engine age, this is a great site to visit.

Editor's Note: If you want to enjoy a trip on the Orient Express or other train journeys around England or across Europe, visit our Travel Page


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21. Travel: Tourist Industry in the Doldrums
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Geneva - The tourist industry has lost 6.6 million jobs worldwide in the past two years, putting one employee in 12 out of work, a report by the International Labour Organization said Tuesday.

"The rebound expected by the tourist industry in 2002 simply did not take place," ILO director general Juan Somavia said.

After growing by four percent or more for several years, demand in the sector stagnated last year, causing a continued loss of jobs without the slightest sign of a turnaround in 2003.

"We believe the global tourist industry will not regain the levels of 2000 before 2005," Somavia estimated. To read the full report, click here

Don't forget to visit our web page, which lists numerous jobs available in the US and other countries. click here


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You want the translation to be done in real time while you navigate in a single click? You want to translate Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish?

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"Entrepreneurs are simply those who understand that there is little difference between obstacle and opportunity and are able to turn both to their advantage." by Victor Kiam

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