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2004

The Delamere-International Newsletter of 31 January 2004 # 131

  • Business: Bahamas Seeks Greater Investment Ties With South Africa
  • Business: Bank fraud in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Chinese aid for Uganda
  • Business: Currency Rates
  • Business: Investing in silver
  • Business: Investment Opportunities in Africa
  • Business: Money laundering by the Russian Mob
  • Business: The "Living, Audio" Wine Dictionary
  • Business: World Trade
  • Education: Rudyard Kipling
  • Immigration: New Green Cards are on the way
  • Travel: Olympics of 2012
  • Travel: UK visitors to the USA

 

The Delamere-International Newsletter of 29 February 2004 # 132

  • Business: California Wine Industry on the Upturn
  • Business: Collecting Antiques and Replicas
  • Business: Doing business in the Middle East
  • Business: New Gold Mine in Mali
  • Business: How to cope with unemployment
  • Business: Receive a farm for free in Mozambique
  • Business: Unemployment the main concern in South Africa
  • Education: History World
  • Education: Madagascar Wildlife Conservation
  • Immigration: Changing Visa Rules Creating Hassles in Russia
  • Immigration: Will the UK enforce more controls?
  • Business: Money Laundering Methods
  • Travel: Enjoy a visit to Kenya
  • Travel: Will the tourists return to Angola?

 

  • Business: Are your ready to do trade with Iraq?
  • Business: Good advice for investing
  • Business: Best grape harvest in 30 years in the Cape Town area
  • Business: Hollywood moves into Swakopmund, Namibia, Africa
  • Business: Income Tax in the UK
  • Business: Investing in China
  • Business: Is gold still a good investment?
  • Business: Land Grab in Namibia?
  • Business: Trade Opportunities in Singapore
  • Business: Polish workers in England
  • Business: The Chad-Cameroon Petroleum Development and Pipeline Project
  • Education: Discovering the American West
  • Education: English Accents and Dialects
  • Education: International Rugby Board (IRB)
  • Immigration: Easier to get into South Africa
  • Immigration: More Jews to move to Israel
  • Travel: South Africa defies global tourism downturn
  • Travel: Look out for the Sharks in Cape Town

     

     

  • Business: Banks in China hold back reform program
  • Business: Beware of tax implications when buying shares
  • Business: Brazil is given the Green Light
  • Business: Changes in the Wine Industry in South Africa
  • Business: Investing in Antiques
  • Business: Investing in Libya
  • Business: Rwanda Celebrates… Celebrates what?
  • Business: Sub-Saharan growth has slowed
  • Business: Trade between Switzerland & South Africa to be increased
  • Education: Do you want to be the Mayor of London?
  • Real Estate: Cheap housing for UK workers
  • Travel: Virtual visit to the Tower of London
  • Travel: Cape Town Airport Upgraded
  • Travel: Reminiscing about Cornwall in England
  • Business: Be warned when you do business in Africa
  • Business: Democracy spreads across Africa
  • Business: Investing in Africa
  • Business: Our farmers in Kenya are suffering
  • Business: Political change in view for Kenya
  • Business: South Africa and the challenge of the next 10 years
  • Business: South Africa hosting the world cup in 2010
  • Business: We are about to lose our farm?
  • Business: What about the poor in Zimbabwe?
  • Education: African Art
  • Education: Aids in Africa is much worse than originally thought
  • Real Estate: The Pro's & Con's of investing in property
  • Real Estate: Is it financially secure to buy a property in the Cape?
  • Real Estate: Is investing in property a safe bet?
  • Travel: Beware of the dangers of visiting Africa
  • Travel: Highlights of a visit to Kenya
  • Travel: When you want to walk around England, Be Warned

  • Business: Africa Growth and Opportunity Act
  • Business: China's Booming IT Industry
  • Business: God Help Cambodia!
  • Business: India is now booming
  • Business: Jobs available in Cape Town
  • Business: South African Ex-President Mandela must take it easy
  • Business: Talk about nepotism!
  • Business: The broadcasting industry in Ethiopia
  • Education: Ban the import of parrots into the EU
  • Education: BBC remembers D-Day landings
  • Education: Local Newspapers that capture local history
  • Education: Religion and Ethics
  • Education: Test tube babies
  • Education: We must stop the ivory trade
  • Immigration: Many British want to leave, Why?
  • Immigration: Disclaimer about Tuariki Delamere of New Zealand
  • Immigration: Has the illegal immigrant situation in the US gone crazy?
  • Immigration: How stupid is the UK immigration system?
  • Internet: New domain name extensions are on the way
  • Real Estate: Property returned to Jews in Europe
  • Travel: Flights to China
  • Travel: Ousted Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide now living in South Africa
  • Business: Energy of the future, oil or hydrogen?
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Malawi is becoming even more corrupt
  • Business: Mining in Kenya
  • Business: South Africa increases trade with China
  • Business: Zimbabwe to restrict NGOs
  • Education: Bogus colleges in the UK
  • Immigration: Now it's easier for Brits to get into Australia
  • Internet: Rural Africa and the Internet
  • Travel: Cape Town is No.1 for tourists
  • Business: Botswana is booming
  • Business: Botswana trade improves
  • Business: Doing business in Africa
  • Business: From the fat into the fire?
  • Business: Problems in Sudan
  • Business: Relief for landowners in Kenya
  • Education: Ancient China
  • Education: Animals used in research and experimentation
  • Immigration: Green Card Lottery
  • Travel: The Grand Canyon
  • Travel: Tourism to Europe on the increase
  • Travel: Tourism to South Africa is down
  • Travel: The North American Buffalo
  • Education: The world must act now to protect the environment
  • Business: Future of Gold
  • Business: Growth for African Trade
  • Business: Textile industry in Ireland moving offshore?
  • Business: The massive debts of the poorest nations
  • Business: Trade between South Africa & Brazil
  • Education: Amnesty International
  • Education: Animal experiments
  • Education: Historical Maps Online
  • Education: The Imperial War Museum
  • Immigration: Cost of Visa to the UK will increase
  • Immigration: Irish effected by new US regulations
  • Internet: Making phone calls over the Internet
  • Real Estate: Demand for business property in Cape Town
  • Real Estate: Security for your property
  • Travel: Discover Hidden Britain
  • Business: Arms Contract between South Africa and India
  • Business: Chinese currency reform program
  • Business: Employment in South Africa
  • Business: Sanctions against Libya are lifted
  • Business: The full price of aids in Africa
  • Business: Tourism to South Africa is Booming
  • Business: Wealthy individuals are the taxman's new targets
  • Education: Elephant Trade in Africa
  • Education: Nobel Peace Prize for Kenyan
  • Education: The Internet Public Library (IPL)
  • Global Trade: UK Prime Minister urges the world to help Africa
  • Immigration: H1-B Visa quota may increase
  • Travel: Cape Town first choice for tourists
  • Travel: Cape Town wins award from visitors
  • Travel: Tourism to the Cape, South Africa
  • Business: China trade is booming
  • Business: Computer Software for Free
  • Business: Farming in Kenya
  • Business: Gold is now in a clear bull run
  • Business: Hot money in China? Yes Sir!
  • Business: Online course helping understand Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) in South Africa
  • Education: African Burial Ground
  • Education: Brad Pitt is in Africa to check out Aids problems
  • Education: Computer literacy and e-Learning
  • Education: Maps & Mapping
  • Education: Museum of Advertising & Design
  • Education: Problems in Africa
  • Education: Remembering the World Wars
  • Education: The rain forest in Madagascar
  • Immigration: Illegal immigrants in the USA to receive work visas?
  • Immigration: Working in New Zealand
  • Internet: Swahili search engine
  • Travel: Is Nairobi going to the dogs?
  • Special Item: Request to pipe organ lovers everywhere

     

  • Because most of the staff is away on vacation, and our offices closed from 22 - 31 December 2004 our Newsletter for this month will be carried forward to January 2005. Also at the request of our Marketing Manager, we will in future release our Newsletter on the 1st day of each month.

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