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  1. I had a contractual agreement with an organisation with a company in Uganda and they have not paid me for my services. I have obtained a judgement in that country and the company still refuses to remunerate me for my services what are my options in terms of enforcement if I am a UK national can I take steps to obtain a judgemnt in the UK and if so how?
  2. Being born in bred in Africa (Zimbabwe) we often heard about the illusive Wherethefukawe tribe. They're from the Eastern highlands... Well knwon down that way for Nyanga, one of the loveliest village in that region... I call them illusive as they're very very hard to spot.. Why? They're actually a bunch of midgets! (I kid you not!)..... What the history behind the tribe you ask ? Well, being a small, and ancient tribe (small in more ways than one), in the African planes with 6 foot long grass, they have an issue... Being the size they are, they are known as the 'jumpi
  3. Read more : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/9700836/How-your-old-computer-may-be-on-its-way-to-Africas-online-fraud-capital.html
  4. Visit http://www.tembe.co.za to see wild animals in their natural surroundings. Best time to view is early morning and evening after about 5pm. At the moment there is an elephant and buck at the water hole. Enjoy.
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