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2003

The Delamere-International Newsletter of 31 December 2003 # 130

  • Business: Defiance of Zimbabwe
  • Business: Freedom of the press in Africa
  • Business: Is South Africa the money laundering capital of the world?
  • Business: Massive unemployment amongst South African youth rings alarm bells
  • Business: The Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)
  • Business: The cost of doing business in Africa
  • Business: Thinking about joining a Franchise?
  • Business: Unemployment in Africa
  • Business: What will be the future price of Gold?
  • Business: Zambia is bankrupt
  • Construction: Home Gardening
  • Education: Swimming the Channel
  • Education: Children of World War 2 (1939-1945)
  • Education: Donating to Charities
  • Education: English Folk Play Research
  • Education: Russia Engages the World, 1453-1825
  • Education: The Archaeology Channel
  • Global Trade: World Trade Talks
  • Immigration: Australia relaxes student visa requirements
  • Immigration: Major problem are brewing in South Africa
  • Immigration: Working in the UK
  • Real Estate: Housing in South Africa
  • Travel: The call to Africa
  • Travel: The Queen Mary 2 takes to the high seas
  • Travel: Tourism to South Africa Positive

 

The Delamere-International Newsletter of 30 November 2003 # 129

  • Business: Money moving out of Russia. Why?
  • Business: Campaign to improve business in Cape Town
  • Business: Employment reference checks
  • Business: Gold Field South Africa to invest in China
  • Business: Handling a difficult employee
  • Business: How Can we help Zimbabwe?
  • Business: Investing in Botswana
  • Business: Investing Offshore
  • Business: It's cheap to start a business in South Africa
  • Business: Kenya refuses work permits
  • Business: The South African Rand (Currency)
  • Education: A Catalogue of the Churchill Papers
  • Education: A history of the 2nd World War
  • Education: Captain Cook Society
  • Education: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Education: Explore National American Indian Heritage Month
  • Education: How did apartheid start in South Africa
  • Education: Propaganda Postcards of the Great War
  • Education: The Stonehenge Project
  • Immigration: An easier way to get into the UK
  • Immigration: Illegals in UK to be given amnesty
  • Immigration: Tougher Rules for South Africa
  • Internet: India advances to help the illiterate
  • Real Estate: House prices in South Africa
  • Travel: Enjoy a visit to Cape Town & South Africa
  • Travel: How about a game of golf - at a price!
  • Travel: New Luxury Hotel to be built in Cape Town



The Delamere-International Newsletter of 31 October 2003 # 128

  • Business: Become employed as a professional sailor
  • Business: Mark Shuttleworth is handing out venture capital
  • Business: Report on Global Corruption
  • Business: Small business needed in Southern Africa
  • Business: Special aid for small business in the UK
  • Business: The Chinese Currency
  • Business: The future of South African Currency
  • Education: Ancient World Mapping Center
  • Education: Center for International and Development Education
  • Education: Do you love poetry?
  • Education: Drawing from Life Caricatures and Cartoons
  • Education: Is it wise to keep wild animals as pets?
  • Education: Mark Twain Papers & Project
  • Immigration: Fewer people are leaving South Africa
  • Immigration: Trade with Africa
  • Real Estate: Property Prices In California, USA
  • Real Estate: Property prices in London are out of control
  • Travel: Is it safe to visit South Africa?
  • Travel: Report of an interesting trip to London
  • Travel: Worst Places to Visit or Live in the UK
  • Travel: The taste of Real Beer


The Delamere-International Newsletter of 30 September 2003 # 127

  • Business: Hollywood in the Cape Town area?
  • Business: How to be an Entrepreneur
  • Business: Intel to expand into China
  • Business: Investing in China
  • Business: More loans needed to help Kenya expand
  • Business: South Africa asks for aid from Malaysia
  • Business: Tips that can save you from fraud
  • Business: Warren Buffett investing in China?
  • Education: A useful directory for students and teachers
  • Education: Collect British History
  • Education: Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Education: Private Schools in China
  • Education: South African Government Online
  • Education: The Seven Wonders of the Industrial World
  • Global Trade: Botswana looking for investment
  • Global Trade: Historical Country Names
  • Global Trade: The Battle Over Trade
  • Immigration: Move to South Dakota
  • Immigration: Student Visitors to England now safe to stay indefinitely
  • Real Estate: Times are changing for UK properties
  • Travel: Glowing report on visiting Cape Town as a tourist
  • Travel: Kenya to Cape Town
  • Internet: The value of using a professional website


The Delamere-International Newsletter of 31 August 2003 # 126

  • Business: Brain Drain from South Africa
  • Business: Can India overtake China?
  • Business: Employment comparisons between USA, Asia & Europe
  • Business: New book on being an Entrepreneur
  • Business: Trade between South Africa and Kenya
  • Business: Trade in Africa
  • Business: US Firm are upbeat about the South African Economy
  • Business: Global Warming
  • Business: Beautiful Cape Town being polluted
  • Immigration: Reform of L-1 Visa Program
  • Immigration: Latest result from the Green Card Lottery
  • Immigration: Moving to England over 200 years ago
  • Immigration: London is now the immigration capital of the world
  • Real Estate: Investing in Property
  • Travel: African Ceremonies
  • Travel: Hong Kong to Cape Town overland?
  • Travel: Take a Cruise on a Cargo Ship
  • Travel: Visiting the Vatican Museums
  • Travel: Visiting Yorkshires Mansions
  • Travel: Visiting the Natural History Museum in London
  • Travel: The Best Views of England


The Delamere-International Newsletter of 31 July 2003 # 125

  • Business: A bold step to block money laundering in South Africa
  • Business: Choosing the Best Type of Investments
  • Business: Invest in Gold Now
  • Business: South African Shares are Cheap
  • Business: Commercial telephone calls are now being blocked in the USA
  • Business: India starts to reap benefits of free market reforms
  • Business: New Convention Centre Opens in Cape Town's Waterfront
  • Business: Russians open up aircraft factory in Namibia
  • Business: South Africa the crime & corruption capital of the world?
  • Business: South Africans Holding Offshore Funds
  • Business: South Africans working abroad
  • Business: Trade between South Africa & India
  • Business: Watch Your Manners When Negotiating
  • Education: A collection of animal sounds
  • Education: Commonwealth Institute confronts education challenge
  • Travel: History of Kenya
  • Travel: British Heritage to be preserved
  • Travel: The International Drivers' Permit (IDP),Travel Warnings, Visitors to the USA
  • Immigration: New Zealand Immigration Rules to change
  • Immigration: Visitors to the UK, Services in the UK will cost you


The Delamere-International Newsletter of 30 June 2003 # 124

  • Business: Employment for Doctors overseas being curtailed
  • Business: Improvements for Africa in the Pipeline
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Investing in Wood or Wine
  • Business: South Africans sliding into debt
  • Business: US Dollar no longer the King
  • Business: U.S and Chile Sign Free Trade Treaty
  • Education: City of Shadows, A Gothic Tour of Victorian England
  • Education: Complete Home Medical Guide
  • Education: Foreign students in New Zealand
  • Education: Global Environment
  • Education: Imperial War Museum Collections
  • Education: Into the Wardrobe: A Web Site Devoted to C.S. Lewis
  • Education: The Punch Cartoon Library
  • Education: Wonders of the Seas
  • Immigration: Illegally in the USA
  • Immigration: Migrant smuggling undeterred
  • Education: Old Bailey Proceedings Online
  • Real Estate: South African Palaces?
  • The Robert Louis Stevenson Web Site

 

 

The Delamere-International Newsletter of 31 May 2003 # 123

  • Business: Employment prospects for Hispanics
  • Business: Are you motivated in your employment
  • Business: Cash Available for South African Entrepreneurs
  • Business: Learning & Growing a Small Business
  • Business: The future of the IT Industry
  • Business: The South African Rand
  • Business: The future of the South African Currency
  • Education: Africana Digitization Project
  • Education: Anatomy of the Human Body
  • Education: Choosing the right word or phrase
  • Education: Friends of Trees
  • Education: Students in New Zealand
  • Education: The British Broadcasting Company
  • Education: The subject of Beetle Science
  • Immigration: Somali Bantu refugees study American life
  • Internet: A new intriguing Search Engine
  • Travel: Obtaining a travel Visa to the US to become more difficult
  • Travel: The Taj-Mahal Virtual Tour
  • Travel: Virtual tour of Antarctica
  • Travel: Visiting the UK

 

  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Small Business in South Africa
  • Business: The cost of banking in South Africa
  • Business: The Improved Value of the South African Currency
  • Education: The British Broadcasting Corporation
  • Education: British Prime Ministers
  • Education: Visit La Catedral de Girona, Spain
  • Education: Museums of the World
  • Education: AMICO: Art Museum Image Consortium
  • Education: The American Cowboy
  • Education: The North American Indian
  • Education: Orangutan Foundation International
  • Immigration: Changes in Worker Visas
  • Immigration: Grass looks greener
  • Immigration: Illegal cheap labour
  • Real Estate: House prices still on the rise in UK
  • Business: Living and Working in the UK.
  • Business: Update on South Africans Holding Illegal Offshore Money

 

  • Business: Emigrants from South Africa can now take their money with them
  • Business: Should you come clean about your secret off shore funds?
  • Business: Why is the South African Currency suddenly so desirable?
  • Business: Investing in the Future of Africa
  • Business: What is going on in Africa?
  • Business: Does corruption pay dividends?
  • Business: New Design for the New Twin Towers World Trade center in New York
  • Education: Background Music and Sound in Great Films
  • Education: The Quest to Discover New Planets
  • Education: The Poems of Emily Dickinson
  • Immigration: Buying a Green Card
  • Immigration: The Demise of the Visa Waiver Programme
  • Immigration: Recruitment process of foreign nurses gets a boost from INS
  • Immigration: Open Doors to the US for Somali Citizens
  • Immigration: Report Urges Crackdown on Non-Immigrant Visa Process
  • Real Estate: Why buyers are moving to the Cape Town Area
  • Travel: Chateau de Versailles, France
  • Travel: Galileo International Expands in China and Australia

 

  • Business: The Big Mac Index
  • Business: A new film studio in Cape Town looking for actors
  • Business: Free Gift to our Subscribers
  • Education: Business grants and loans for European Business
  • Business: Irish tax payers are amongst the most heavily burdened in the world
  • Business: South African Wines
  • Education: Flags of the World
  • Education: The National Library of Wales
  • Education: A visit to the Smithsonian
  • Education: Scottish Archive Network
  • Global Trade: Black empowerment. A report from a correspondent in South Africa
  • Global Trade: World Bank Resumes Loans for Kenya
  • Global Trade: Investing in Land in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)
  • Immigration: Brits living in Florida
  • Immigration: Canada is becoming more attractive. Does the USA have a heart?
  • Immigration: The problem of illegal immigration is now a worldwide problem
  • Travel: Visiting Cape Town
  • Travel: Visit the National Railway Museum in England



The Delamere-International Newsletter of 31 January 2003 # 119

  • Business: The gold market in South Africa
  • Business: Farming in Southern Africa
  • Business: Is Cape Town now really becoming a part of Africa?
  • Education: Newsreel Archives
  • Education: Want to grow avocados in your garden
  • Education: The History of Britain
  • Education: Ask A Linguist?
  • Education: Visit the Museum of Hoaxes
  • Education: The Museum of Broadcast Communications
  • Education: Behind the Name, The Etymology and History of First Names
  • Immigration: Does Crime Pay? Want to Buy to "Green Card'?
  • Immigration: Students going to New Zealand Beware
  • Immigration: A sad report of the results of the INS chaos
  • Immigration: What is the definition of an immigrant to the USA?
  • Internet: Internet Body approves creation of new Web Domains
  • Internet: Mail This Page Ver.2.0
  • Travel: Problems with new tracking system for visitors to the US
  • Travel: Visitors to UK from Jamaica will require Visa
  • Travel: Want a British Passport?



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