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2005

  • Business: Business: Aid for Kenya
  • Business: Good news for our farm in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Electronic online payments exceeded paper cheques in the US
  • Business: Did you enjoy some good wine this holiday?
  • Education: Christmas in a Nairobi Slum
  • Education: London Transport Museum
  • Education: New Training Academy in Cape Town
  • Education: For Literary Garden Lovers
  • Immigration: Private Hotline to help enquiries
  • Travel: Sad loss of Simon Combes in Kenya


  • Business: Diamond output by Russia increases
  • Business: Employment available in Cape Town
  • Business: Has gold lost its shine?
  • Business: Investing in Antiques
  • Business: Jobs becoming more difficult to find in the USA
  • Business: The latest on Western Cape Wines
  • Education: Online Learning
  • Education: Sudan going to the dogs
  • Immigration: Bogus Student Visas
  • Immigration: Illegal immigrants speak out
  • Real Estate: Property prices in South Africa still booming
  • Travel: Airlines Battle over Kenya Traffic
  • Travel: Recent visit to China

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 March 2005 #145

  • Business: Fighting Poverty in Africa
  • Business: Positive news for gold
  • Education: London's Olympic Bid for 2012
  • Education: Lord Maurice Egerton
  • Education: Schools in Zimbabwe
  • Immigration: British problem of unrestricted influx of immigrants
  • Immigration: Chinese Immigrants and the Canadian Government
  • Immigration: Do you think UK has too many immigrants?
  • Immigration: Why a holder of a US Green Card should become a citizen
  • Travel: Airline meals
  • Travel: Are prices too high for tourists to South Africa?
  • Travel: History of World War 2
  • Travel: Problems when visiting South Africa



The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 April 2005 #146

  • Business: Employment available in Non Profit Organizations
  • Business: Improvements for small business in the UK
  • Business: Mugabe's retirement mansion in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Problems with Swaziland
  • Business: Working for yourself in a home-business, Can it really be done?
  • Construction: Building Boom in Nairobi
  • Education: Aids in Africa
  • Global Trade: Goats Milk Cheese
  • Global Trade: World Bank Endorses Africa Trade
  • Immigration: Changes to Ireland Immigration Services
  • Internet: Who control the Internet?
  • Travel: Farewell to the ocean liner SS France
  • Travel: Game Parks in South Africa
  • Travel: Tourism to the UK

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 May 2005 #147

  • Business: China's Banks Get Warning
  • Business: Kenya's wealth?
  • Business: Raymond Ackerman opens new business school in Cape Town
  • Business: South African Wines
  • Business: The Chinese Currency
  • Business: Useful Free Share Tool Cleaner
  • Education: Aids out of control in India
  • Immigration: Talk about illegals from Mexico?
  • Immigration: Illegal Immigrants in the UK
  • Immigration: Visitors from Nigeria now restricted
  • Real Estate: How to steal a house? (immovable property?)
  • Travel:Tourism to England
  • Travel: CNN holds award ceremony in Kenya
  • Travel: Game Parks in South Africa
  • Travel: Tourism to Kenya Increases
  • Travel: Transpacific Race from Long Beach to Hawaii

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 June 2005 #148

  • Business: Farewell! There goes our farm in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Has the new democracy in South Africa helped to create new jobs?
  • Business: Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi sold to an Arab
  • Business: Nurses leaving Kenya
  • Business: Private land ownership in Kenya now in question
  • Business: Unemployment of South African Youth
  • Business: US Dollar and the Chinese Yuan
  • Education: Churchill Speeches
  • Education: Enjoying British History
  • Environmental Issues: The Chelsea Flower Show
  • Immigration: New Act before Congress to grant amnesty to illegals
  • Travel: I Dreamed of Africa farm under fire
  • Travel: Most travelers now book by Internet
  • Travel: Too many elephants in Zimbabwe?
  • Travel: Visitors to Nigeria

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 July 2005 #149

  • Business: Can you handle business ethics in Kenya?
  • Business: China is taking on the world
  • Business: Do you approve of aid to Africa?
  • Business: Investing in India?
  • Business: Russian Economy
  • Business: South Africans Investing Offshore
  • Education: Prince William Graduates from St Andrews
  • Global Trade: Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) Problems
  • Immigration: How can we handle the millions of illegal immigrants coming into the USA?
  • Immigration: News immigration laws for South Africa in the Offing
  • Travel: Hotels in South Africa becoming too expensive
  • Travel: Online bookings now the norm
  • Travel: Price cuts for Channel Tunnel fares

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 August 2005 #150

  • Business: Chazen Institute of International Business
  • Business: China's Growth is Solid & Real
  • Business: Doing business with Russia
  • Business: Extreme overcrowding in homes for immigrants to the USA
  • Business: Highrise apartments & flats for Nairobi spell disaster
  • Business: South African Economy
  • Business: South African Flower Industry
  • Business: What kind of idiot falls for these Nigerian Scams?
  • Business: Work Permits for South Africa
  • Education: African Leadership
  • Education & Sports: London to hold the 2012 Summer Olympics
  • Education: The Global Museum
  • Education: Understanding Computers
  • Immigration: Does it pay to have dual citizenship?
  • Immigration: Illegals still pouring into the USA
  • Travel: How to control and help the wildlife in Kenya?

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 September 2005 #151

  • Business: Buying Thoroughbred Horses a Good Investment
  • Business: China Helps Kenya to Expand its Economy
  • Business: Fewer Whites now live in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Film Industry in South Africa
  • Business: Update on Zimbabwe farmers who moved to Nigeria
  • Education: Attending a private college in Beijing
  • Education: Medical Research Protests
  • Education: British Open University
  • Immigration: Australia launches program to recruit more workers
  • Real Estate: South African Housing Report
  • Travel: Elephant Parks in Kenya
  • Travel: Nairobi National Park, Is it doomed?
  • Travel: Sad loss for the Delamere Group

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 October 2005 #152

  • Business: Africa viewed in poor light by the UNO
  • Business: China's Economy still booming
  • Business: White-owned farms being expropriated in Namibia
  • Education: Climate Change?
  • Education & Health: Is coffee bad for you?
  • Education & Environmental: Extinction of the world's great apes
  • Education: New School of Travel & Tourism in South Africa
  • Education: North American Mammals
  • Education: The effect of war on women's lives
  • Education: The Orion Magazine
  • Immigration: This sort of corruption in South Africa had better stop NOW
  • Travel: Golfer and wine farmer. Interview with Ernie Els at his farm in Stellenbosch, Cape Town
  • Travel: How safe are African Airlines?
  • Travel: The English Countryside
  • Travel & Environment: Update on the Tsavo National Park in Kenya
  • What is BEE in South Africa Business?

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 November 2005 #153

  • Business: Cape Town World Cinema Festival
  • Business: The Zimbabwe (Rhodesian) Dollar
  • Education: Battle of Trafalgar & Nelson Day in the UK
  • Education: French Drawings from Ingres to Degas
  • Education: Tate Gallery in London
  • Education: Are you scared of the impending "bird flu"?
  • Immigration: Changes to UK Immigration Laws
  • Immigration: The latest report from the US Government
  • Immigration: US Citizen Fees to be increased
  • Real Estate: Property Boom in South Africa
  • Travel: Tourism to Kenya Increases


 

  • Business: Buying Property Abroad
  • Business: China on the Rise
  • Business: Demand for Gold Increasing
  • Business: Drought Grips Many Parts of South Africa
  • Business: Indian Exports to Africa are Climbing
  • Business: Is America About to Introduce VAT (Value Added Tax)?
  • Business: Portuguese Government to Aid Africa
  • Business: Stable South African Currency
  • Business: Theft in Your Business or Company
  • Business: Tourism is Helping Africa
  • Education: Jews in pre-war Germany
  • Education: Useful Website about Bird Flu
  • Education & Environment: Japan Begins Whaling Again
  • Immigration: Fraud charges against former New Zealand Immigration Minister
  • Immigration: Millions of Lost Passports
  • Marketing: Does a Web Site Really Create More Business?
  • Travel: Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay

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