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2007

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 January 2007 #167

  • Business: China to be a second global commodity market
  • Business: USA Companies in South Africa
  • Education: Bill Gates Receives Honorary Degree from Stellenbosch University, South Africa
  • Education: Lovers of Cartoon Art
  • Education: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Education: International Council of African Museums
  • Immigration: 100 million immigration documents go online
  • Immigration: Many British People Living Overseas
  • Immigration: The Real Problem with Illegal Immigrants
  • Immigration: UK to demand biometric data from foreign visitors
  • Real Estate: UK Mortgage Repossessions will be 80% higher in 2006
  • Real Estate: Property in Spain
  • Travel: The Road to Umoja in Kenya

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 February 2007 #168

  • Business: Future of Gold for 2007
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Massive European Loan for South Africa
  • Business: Namibia Producer of Uranium
  • Immigration: Isle of Man Policy to be Reviewed
  • Real Estate: South Africa's Property Prices Still Increasing
  • Travel: Mississippi River, USA
  • Travel: Travel Warning for Kenya
  • Travel: Sad Loss of David Rattray

 

 

  • Business: China to Invest More in South Africa
  • Business: Gold Heading for $700/oz
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: China Economy Booming
  • Education & Health: Massage Therapy
  • Travel: Tourists like South Africa

 

  • Business: China the Key to Solving Africa's Problems
  • Business: Increasing Trade Between USA & South Africa
  • Business: India Investing Heavily in South Africa
  • Business: South African Gold Production
  • Business: Remote Home Wine Making, What Next?
  • Education/Humanitarian Issues: What is the UNO Doing about Darfur?
  • Education & Travel: London a Life in Maps
  • Education: All-Hazard Weather Monitor
  • Immigration: Iraqi Refugees
  • Immigration: New Rules for British Passports




  • Business: Africa's Economic Growth Improving
  • Business: China's Economy Keeps Growing
  • Business: Foreigners Buying South African Shares
  • Business: Future of Coal
  • Business: Reality of Economic Growth in South Africa
  • Business: Britain's List of Super Rich
  • Education: Free Online Broadcast & New Media Courses
  • Education: Computers Graphics
  • Immigration: Brain Drain from UK

 

  • Business: Cheap Loans for Africa
  • Business: China's trade and investment with Africa
  • Business: Progress in Africa
  • Education: Discover Antarctica
  • Education: World of Jack London
  • Immigration: Illegal Immigrants from Zimbabwe
  • Immigration: Is this the Answer for Illegals in the USA
  • Travel & Conservation: The Life of Joan Root
  • Travel: New US Budget Airline

 

  • Business: Dealing With Corruption
  • Business: Development Fund for Africa
  • Business: Investing in Africa?
  • Business: Offshore Oil for Ghana
  • Business: Positive Outlook for South Africa
  • Education: E-Learning in Africa
  • Education & Travel: English History
  • Education & Business: Using Excel Spreadsheet Software
  • Immigration: European Immigrants in Britain
  • Immigration: Illegal Immigrants in Holland
  • Travel: Visit Bath in England

 

  • Business: Ambitious Development Projects in Kenya
  • Business: Health Care in India
  • Business: Hispanic Business News
  • Business: SABC Opens a Bureau in Nairobi
  • Business: Wine Industry in South Africa
  • Education: One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)
  • Education & Travel: Photographing Britain
  • Education: Private Academies in Britain
  • Immigration: Scottish Emigration Database
  • Immigration: What about the 25 million undocumented immigrants in the USA?
  • Real Estate: Rogue Estate Agents in Britain
  • Travel: Bird Flu in Kenya?
  • Travel: Cambridge (UK) Folk Festival
  • Travel & Environment: Flamingoes in Kenya are in Peril

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 September 2007 #175

  • Business: Aid to Africa is Decreasing
  • Business: Chaos Is Looming in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Chinese Airlines & Kenya Airways Partnership
  • Business: Does US Aid For Africa In Fact Help?
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Is Africa Really Corrupt?
  • Business: Salary Survey for Kenya
  • Business: Somalia Reopens to Oil Companies
  • Business: South African Stock Market
  • Education: Good News About Aids in Africa
  • Education: How to Care for Your Pets
  • Immigration: Mass Exodus From Britain
  • Real Estate: House Prices in England
  • Travel: Our Recent Visit to Cape Town
  • Travel: Problems at Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya
  • Travel: Visit to Salt Lake City, USA

 

  • Business: Australia Buying Russian Uranium?
  • Business: Foreign Direct Investment in South Africa Grows Dramatically
  • Business: Kenyan Cheese Makers Come of Age
  • Business: Massive Corruption In Kenya
  • Business: Zimbabwe Devalued its Currency Once Again
  • Education & Environment: Corals Added to Red List of Threatened Species for First Time
  • Education & Environment: Severe Flooding in Africa
  • Education: History of Southwell Union Workhouse, UK
  • Education & Sports: 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
  • Education: Portugal & the World in the 16th and 17th Centuries
  • Immigration: Chaos Pending As USA Try To Monitor Illegals
  • Immigration: Over One Million Each Year Move Into the USA, Very Few Ever Leave
  • Immigration: Vanishing England
  • Travel & Conservation: Story of an Elephant in Kenya
  • Travel & Environment: National Parks in Africa

 

  • Business: Brazil, India and South Africa to Expand Trade & Business
  • Business: Crime & Corruption in the Third World
  • Business: How to Protect Your Business From Theft
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Latest on the Kenyan Avocado Oil Factory Incident
  • Business: World Food Prices
  • Business: Latest Report from our Head Office in Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Education & Ecology: Animal Cruelty
  • Education: For Poets & Writers
  • Education & Environment: Wetlands of International Importance
  • Education & Conservation: Mass Death of Wildebeest in Kenya
  • Immigration: Immigrants Strain Educational System in Ireland
  • Immigration & Education: Foreign Student Increase in New Zealand
  • Immigration: Personal Opinion of How to Get Rid of 25 million Illegals in the USA

 

  • Business: Africa Catching Up With Rest of the World
  • Business: Australian Expats in the USA Not Going Home
  • Business: Economy in the USA Tanking?
  • Business: How a Few Super-rich Tycoons Dominate S.E. Asia Economy
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Kosovo WILL Become Independent in 2008
  • Business & Education: An American's Objective View of Kenya
  • Business: Progress in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Business: Salvation for Telkom Kenya
  • Education: AIDS in Africa
  • Education: Battle of the Somme
  • Education & Environment: Africa Depleting Natural Resources
  • Education: Oscar Wilde Collection
  • Immigration: Asylum Costs Are Escalating in the UK
  • Immigration: What UK Has Become for Immigrant Workers
  • Real Estate: Wealthy Russians Buying Properties in London
  • Travel: Electronic Airline Ticketing

 

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