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Daily Archives: April 9, 2012

Florence Chaurura – Former Nurse Becomes Beauty Sales Queen

Political and economic chaos has forced an estimated four million people out of Zimbabwe in the past 12 years. Most of them live in poverty, doing menial work in foreign lands. But Florence Chaurura has built a successful career with Mary Kay cosmetics in the UK. She won the Director Queen of Unit Sales in 2011, achieving sales worth over half ...

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Fight Boko Haram or Risk Disintegration – Nigerians in the UK

Hundreds of Nigerians in the United Kingdom descended on central London, defying the cold weather, to attend a Peace Rally outside Downing Street in solidarity with families who lost their loved ones in terrorist attacks in Northern Nigeria, and to send a clear message to the terrorist group Boko Haram that they will never win. After delivering a letter to ...

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Visa Changes: Post-Grad Students Must Find a Job or Leave UK

The laws affecting post-grad students has changed, making it harder for them to stay in the UK. On its website the Home Office said, “Tier 1 (Post Study Work) will be closed to new applicants on 5 April 2012. In its place will be new, more selective arrangements to enable the brightest and best graduates to stay and work in ...

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Spanish Government Announce Immediate €10 Billion Cut in Health and Education

The cuts are in addition to those announced in the 2012 State Budget last week and were announced by a press release today. The Spanish Government has today, Monday, announced a 10 billion € cut in spending on Health and Education in a press release. It came despite the fact that today was a Bank Holiday in six regions including ...

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