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2006

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 January 2006 #155

  • Business: How taxes are wasted in South Africa
  • Business: Bank Charges in South Africa
  • Business: Russia Brain Drain
  • Business: Tax Advice for South Africans Living Abroad
  • Business: World wide corruption is on the increase
  • Education & Environment: Humanitarian help needed in Africa
  • Education: Free Word-Processing Software
  • Education: Julia Bradfield We Applaud You
  • Education: Sound clips from around the world
  • Immigration: New E-3 Visa for Australians to work in the USA
  • Immigration: South African Department of Immigration Having Problems
  • Travel: Eco-Tourism is on the Increase
  • Travel: Reflection of a Visit to Paris France


The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 February 2006 #156

  • Business: Is Africa Dying?
  • Business: Kenya still keen to promote international business
  • Business: Profile of Kenya
  • Business: Starvation in Kenya Aggravated by Corrupt Government Officials
  • Business: South African Labour Laws to dramatically change
  • Business & Employment: Handling a Telephone Interview
  • Education: British National Archives
  • Education: Should Scotland Become Independent?
  • Education: Special Feature for our Poetry Lovers
  • Immigration: Work Visa for the USA
  • Travel: Our friend Joan Root murdered in Kenya

 

  • Business: Africa needs urgent food aid
  • Business: Do you want a job in Kenya?
  • Business: Gold still a sound investment
  • Business: Kenya in Trouble
  • Business: Manpower & Skills Shortage in South Africa
  • Business: Now you know why Kenya is in such a poor state!
  • Business: The world awash with too much wine?
  • Business: Trade to increase between France and Thailand
  • Business: Women in Business
  • Education: Listen to Nature
  • Education: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
  • Immigration: More Brits Moving to New Zealand
  • Travel: Africa Tourism on the Increase


  • Business: Boom for Cape Town Industry
  • Business: China & Gold
  • Business: Gold is still on the UP
  • Business: Inflation & Bank Rates in Zimbabwe, You Think You Have Problems!
  • Business: Kenya benefits from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Business: South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) now in French language
  • Business: Vineyards in a Muslim State?
  • Construction & Environment: Building Green Dwellings?
  • Education: Canadians and the Boer War
  • Immigration: New Point System for UK Immigrants
  • Real Estate: Buying a Property in India
  • Real Estate: South Africans now buying abroad
  • Travel: Take a tour of San Francisco

 


  • Business: Bird Flu in Kenya?
  • Business: Future Plans for East Africa
  • Business: Mâori Television in New Zealand
  • Business: What Can We Do To Help The Poor?
  • Business: A Victorian Anthology
  • Business: How to Prevent Bird Flu
  • Education & Health: Fight Against Malaria in Africa
  • Education & Health: Enjoy a Good Massage by a Masai Therapist
  • Education: Victoria and Albert Museum in London
  • Immigration: British Problems with Illegal Immigrants
  • Immigration: Illegals now pouring into the Canary Islands
  • Immigration: Legal Immigrants pouring into Ireland
  • Immigration: Some people will try anything to get into USA
  • Immigration: South Africa Skills Shortage
  • Travel: On Safari in Kenya with John Walsh
  • Travel & Education: Contra Opinion of "Out of Africa"
  • Travel: Your Next Vacation-Masai Mara Game Reserve

 

 

  • Business: An interesting look back on Apartheid in South Africa
  • Business: China Expands Into Africa
  • Business: Employment in China & Hong Kong is booming
  • Business: Kenya and China to increase cooperation and trade
  • Business: Kenya Please Get Your Act Together
  • Business: Libya Re-enters the land of the living?
  • Business: Paying Taxes in South Africa
  • Business: Rose Growing Industry in Ethiopia is Expanding
  • Business: Russia to invest heavily in South Africa
  • Business: South African Gold Refinery in India?
  • Education & Environment: Housing in South Africa
  • Travel & Education: Lion Population in Kenya Now faces Extinction
  • Immigration: An all too familiar story about illegal immigration

 

  • Business: Aid for Africa to be strictly supervised
  • Business: Doing Business in Africa?
  • Business: Gabon & China Trade Link Up
  • Business: Delamere Gold Report
  • Business: What does one do with our accumulated wealth?
  • Education: ICT (Information & Communication Technology) in Africa
  • Education: NASA's Latest Projects
  • Education & Environment: Housing in South Africa
  • Immigration: Why do most Mexicans want to live in the USA, even if illegally?
  • Real Estate: Illegal property deals in China
  • Travel: New Ambassador Hotel for Ghana


  • Business: Microsoft teams up with UNO
  • Education & Environment: China Deals with Massive Pollution Build-Up
  • Education & Environment: Housing in South Africa
  • Education: Living at the South Pole
  • Education & Environment: Illegal Trade in Wild Animals
  • Immigration: Why its easy for illegal immigrants to get into the UK
  • Internet: Which Countries Use the Internet Most?
  • Travel: How to get the most out of an African Safari
  • Travel: Kenya Wildlife Service being Robbed Blind
  • Travel: The Best Places to Visit

  • Business: China's gold companies make massive profits
  • Business: Demand for Gold Keeps growing
  • Business: Doing business on a global scale
  • Business: Employment & Occupational Online Handbook
  • Business: How much is a Vehicle Number Plate Worth?
  • Business: Microsoft Expanding in China
  • Business: Overcoming Poverty in South Africa
  • Education & Environment: Life in Rural South Africa
  • Education: South Africa & Apartheid
  • Education & Sport: Is South Africa ready for the 2010 World Cup?
  • Immigration: ID Cards for the English? Is it a Good Idea for the Brits, or is it too American?
  • Travel: Retiring Abroad
  • Travel: South African Airlines

     

  • Business: Future Development of African Mega-Cities
  • Business: How to Manage a Small Business
  • Business: Operating a small business from home
  • Business: What about the price of Gold?
  • Business: Russian Investment Boom in South Africa
  • Business: Submit Your Opinion on the BBC web site
  • Business: The Increasing Problem of Outsourcing
  • Education: National Archives of Australia
  • Education & Conservation: Farewell to Steve Irwin
  • Education & Environment: Sudan Needs Desperate Help


  • Business: Changes in Modern Russia
  • Business: Crime Increasing in South Africa
  • Business: How to Start a Small Business
  • Business: How to get more business
  • Business: More Jobs in South Africa
  • Business: World Cup 2010
  • Business: Poverty is spreading across Scotland
  • Education: Aids Still a Major World Problem
  • Education & Sport: Golf Course Management, Construction, Renovation
  • Immigration: Most British Opposed to More Immigration
  • Travel: Cape Town Waterfront to be Riviera of South Africa
  • Travel: Travel: Visit Shanghai China's Commercial Hub


The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 December 2006 #166

  • Business: Business Opportunities in South Africa
  • Business: Forum on China-Africa Cooperation
  • Business: Growth in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Business: Harvard Business Report on South Africa
  • Business: Oilfields of Africa
  • Education: For Lovers of Poetry
  • Education: The Doomsday Book
  • Immigration: US Immigration Fees to Increase Dramatically

 

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