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2011

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 January 2011 # 215

  • Business: China Gold Demand
  • Business: Corruption in Kenya
  • Business: End of Dictatorship in Zimbabwe?
  • Business: Home Based Business Resources
  • Business: Improved Trade Between South Africa & Brazil
  • Business: Operating a Small Business in Africa
  • Business: Space Agency Launched by South African Government
  • Business: South Africa Must be Very Rich to Afford Cuban Debt Right-Off
  • Business: South Africa to Join Brazil, Russia, India & China (BRIC)
  • Business: Unemployment in South Africa
  • Education: Atlas of the Human Body
  • Education: Virtual Museum of Optical Illusions
  • Travel & Education: History of Las Vegas
  • Travel & Business: Paris Hotel Sold to Saudi Royal
  • Travel: Visiting Johannesburg, South Africa

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 February 2011 # 216

  • Business: China Expanding in Africa
  • Business: Example of Incompetent Planning & Management
  • Business & Environment: Should you Donate to Africa Funds?
  • Business: India Also Now Buying Up South African Resources
  • Business: Salt Lake City Top Lawyers Form New Firm
  • Education & Environment: Helping the Eyesight of the World's Poor
  • Education: History of the First World War
  • Education: Photographic Process of Photogravure
  • Education: Schools That Work
  • Education: Utah Digital Newspapers
  • Education: Western Silent Films Collection
  • Immigration: Irish Emigrating to Australia
  • Travel & Education: Living in Utah (or just visiting)
  • Immigration: New Opportunities in South Africa

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 March 2011 # 217

  • Business: China Offers Zimbabwe $3-billion for Vast Platinum Reserves
  • Business: Corruption in Afghanistan
  • Business: Custom-Drafted Legal Contracts in South Africa
  • Business: Investing in Uganda
  • Business & Environment: Incentives and More Aid for Kenya
  • Business: Major Deals Between France & South Africa
  • Business: Plans for a New Nation 'South Sudan'
  • Business: Trouble Ahead for South Africa
  • Education: Historical Maps Collection
  • Education: Rijksmuseum Museum Amsterdam
  • Education: Value of a Guide Dog for the Blind
  • Immigration: Easier Entry into South Africa for Foreigners
  • Immigration: Increase of 22 % Foreigners Moving to Live in Britain
  • Real Estate: Renting Better than Buying a House?
  • Travel: Queen Mary in Long Beach, California
  • Travel: Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa, Cape Town

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 April 2011 # 218

  • Business: Japan & Brazil Sign Steel Deal
  • Business: Foreign Trade Zone in Salt Lake City
  • Business & Education: Kenya Guilty of Humanitarian Crimes or Not?
  • Business: Kenya Looking for Investors
  • Business & Education: Madonna's Malawi charity 'squandered millions'
  • Business: Mining in Africa
  • Business: Well Done Bank of Scotland?
  • Business: World Bank Africa Strategy
  • Education: Mark Twain
  • Education & Environment: Slaughter of the Innocents
  • Education: The Tree
  • Immigration: Failure of British Immigration Policy
  • Travel & Education: Fiji Museum

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 May 2011 # 219

  • Business: Gold Mining in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Investing in Namibia
  • Business: Investing in South Africa
  • Business: Microsoft Investing in South Africa
  • Business: UK & India Trade to Boom
  • Business: World Class Film Facility Outside Cape Town
  • Education: Future of South Africa Depends on Education
  • Education: History of Colonialism
  • Travel & Education: City of Leeds, England
  • Travel: From Russia with Love
  • Travel: Visit Delhi, India

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 June 2011 # 220

  • Business: Are You Using Pirated Software?
  • Business: New Corporate Banking Services Launched in England
  • Business: Donated Malaria Drugs for Africa Stolen?
  • Business: Film Industry in Manchester England
  • Business: Kenya to Expand Trade
  • Business: More Chinese Investment in Africa
  • Business: South African Wines Expand in China
  • Education: Higher Education in South Africa
  • Immigration: Report on Eastern European Immigrants to UK
  • Travel: History of the Idaho, USA
  • Travel: Living in Vancouver, Canada
  • Special Request: From the Delamere Group

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 July 2011 # 221

  • Business: African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)
  • Business: Calling All Emerging African Filmmakers
  • Business & Environment: Famine in East Africa
  • Business: Free Trade for Africa
  • Business: Future of BRIC
  • Business: Future of South Africa for Investing
  • Business: Future Relationship Between UK and Zimbabwe
  • Business: Great Step Forward for Southern African Trade
  • Business: Investing in Zambia
  • Business: Massive New Dam to be Built in Brazil
  • Business: New Training Academy for Broadcast & Media Technology Students
  • Business: Russia to Join WTO
  • Business: Serious Problem of Unemployment in South Africa
  • Education: World Time Zones
  • Immigration: Latinos Have the Right to Live in the USA?
  • Travel: Aer Lingus (Irish Airlines)
  • Travel & Business: Cape Town Waterfront to Undergo R4billion Upgrade
  • Travel & Business: IOM Introduces New Flights to Brussels
  • Travel: Visit to Manhattan New York

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 August 2011 # 222

  • Business: Beware of Corruption in South Africa
  • Business: China & Investment in Africa
  • Business: Signs of Confidence in Africa
  • Business: Delamere Group Welcomes the New Nation in Africa, South Sudan
  • Business & Investments: Collection of Faberge Eggs
  • Business: Gold Mines in Mali, Africa
  • Business: Investing in Botswana
  • Business: Investing in the Future of Namibia
  • Business: Kenya to Uganda Railway to be Upgraded, Great News?
  • Business: Large Uranium Discovery in India?
  • Business: Investing in Gold & Metal Mines in England?
  • Business: Mining in Australia
  • North America is now buying up Southern Africa, Why?
  • Education & Business: Communication Technologies
  • Education & Environment: Famine in Somalia, What can we do about this situation?
  • Education: History of First World War 1914-1918
  • Education: Is This the real answer to South African Progress?

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 September 2011 # 223

  • Business: British Economy in Trouble
  • Business: Corruption in Ivory Coast
  • Business: Corruption in South Africa Getting Worse
  • Business: Future Development for Africa, But What Price?
  • Business: Growth of the African Economy Predicted
  • Business: Increasing Gold Demand by India & China
  • Business: India now Investing in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Investing in Africa
  • Education: Museum of the City of New York
  • Education: Resources for Medical Students
  • Education: University of Stellenbosch Business School

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 October 2011 # 224

  • Business: Mineral Exports from Australia
  • Business: Los Angeles Economic Roundtable
  • Business: Positive News for Mining in South Africa
  • Business & Education: Smart About Money
  • Education: The Inner Body
  • Education: Cambridge University England
  • Education & Business: National Center for Media Engagement
  • Real Estate: Scotland now Becomes a Desirable Place to Live?
  • Real Estate: Cape Town Waterfront Development
  • Real Estate: Redevelopment of District Six Cape Town
  • Travel: Airlines in Africa
  • Travel: Search for Flights using Google

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 November 2011 # 225

  • Business: Australian Bullion Exchange (ABX)
  • Business: Chinese Investment Expanding Worldwide
  • Business: Increasing Trade Between Turkey & South Africa
  • Business: New Copper Smelter in Tanzania
  • Business: South African Wine Sales
  • Business: Stock Market Investing in Developing Countries
  • Business: UK Bribery Act & South Africa
  • Education: Royal Museum for Central Africa
  • Education & Health: New Health Centre to Built in South Africa
  • Education: Future of Education in Africa
  • Education: Human Rights Abuses
  • Education: University of Wales to be closed by Scandal
  • Education & Health: Practicing Yoga
  • Travel: Tour of the Upper Thames Valley in England

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 December 2011 # 226

  • Business: Corruption in Nigeria
  • Business & Education: Latest News of David Bullard
  • Business: Employment in Australia
  • Business: Future World Prospects for Employment
  • Business: How to Create Jobs or is Massive Unemployment the Future?
  • Business: Ireland (Eire) & Southern African Trade to be Developed
  • Business: Made in China Becoming a World Problem
  • Business: Meet Your New Leader of Britain?
  • Business: Powerhouse of Developing Countries
  • Business: Silver Prices to Continue Upwards
  • Education & Travel: Alpine Wildflowers of Glacier National Park
  • Education: Digital Dictionaries of South Asia
  • Education: History of the Textile Mills in Yorkshire, England
  • Education & Environment: British Waterways
  • Immigration: Plea from a Reader in England
  • Real Estate: Crazy Property Market in California, USA
  • Travel: The Future Leading Airport in the World?

 

 


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