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No limits: Campaign spending spikes ahead of Kenyan elections

Al Jazeera 22 Jun 2022
For instance, there has been a spike in the number of helicopters owned or leased by politicians during election cycles, according to the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) ... Data from the South African Revenue Service also revealed that Kenya imported 325 helicopters for lease from South Africa in 2020 alone ... Section head ... ‘No big issue’ ... .
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How satellite-guided cows might save the Kansas prairie and make ranchers more money

Emporia Gazette 21 Jun 2022
STRONG CITY — Third-generation rancher Daniel Mushrush has 30-plus miles of barbed wire fence to tend to. Calves wriggle beneath it. The wires get loose. Wild animals take a toll ... The family owns or leases about 15,000 acres. Seen on a map, the ranch is shaped something like Africa ... Bison roam there, as do some of Mushrush’s cattle, through a lease ... .
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Almost Long-Haul: Air Peace's 6-Hour Embraer E195-E2 Flight

Simple Flying 17 Jun 2022
It comes as Air Peace's wet-leased A320s aren't ...
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China launches most advanced, first fully domestically built 3rd aircraft carrier

The Telegraph India 17 Jun 2022
Chinese President Xi Jinping who heads the military besides the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) has carried out extensive reforms of the military, including downsizing the Army and enhancing the role of the Navy and Air force as Beijing set its sights on global expansion with military bases in Djibouti in the Horn of Africa.
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China launches third, most advanced & domestically built aircraft carrierThe launch of the ship was ...

Deccan Herald 17 Jun 2022
Chinese President Xi Jinping, who heads the military besides the ruling Communist Party of China, has carried out extensive reforms of the military, including downsizing the Army and enhancing the role of the Navy and Air force as Beijing set its sights on global expansion with military bases in Djibouti in the Horn of Africa.
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China launches third most advanced and domestically built aircraft carrier

The Siasat Daily 17 Jun 2022
Chinese President Xi Jinping, who heads the military besides the ruling Communist Party of China, has carried out extensive reforms of the military, including downsizing the Army and enhancing the role of the Navy and Air force as Beijing set its sights on global expansion with military bases in Djibouti in the Horn of Africa.
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Turkey to lease farmlands in foreign countries

Fresh Plaza 16 Jun 2022
Turkey plans to lease farmlands in several counties in Africa and Latin America, aiming to grow crops to boost its agricultural production ... Local production is meeting domestic consumption, but still, leasing farmlands in ...
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Five things to know to start your Friday

Business Day Online 10 Jun 2022
Stock market moves further south as Zenith, GSK, C&; I Leasing top ...
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Novel India-Vietnam axis emerging in Indo-Pacific

Asiatimes 10 Jun 2022
Apart from building known naval facilities from Djibouti in Africa to Solomon Islands in the Pacific, and leasing the ports of Gwadar and Hambantota or exploring naval access to ports in Bangladesh and Myanmar in South Asia, China has been secretly building naval facilities in ...
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Farm robots could solve many food worries

Taipei Times 04 Jun 2022
The USDA and investors can also encourage the development of a rental economy by incentivizing and funding young companies such as Nutrien Ag Solutions in the US and Hello Tractor in Africa that function like the Ubers of agriculture, enabling small and midsize farmers to lease ...
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Education interrupted - Daily Maverick and the DA partner to derail education in the Eastern Cape

Independent online (SA) 26 May 2022
“Since May 2020, the DA has consistently contended that the procurement was done illegally when the department insisted on handpicking the supplier, ANC crony Iqbal Survé’s Sizwe Africa IT Group, by piggybacking the lease of 55 000 tablets at exorbitantly inflated costs,” Cassim told Daily Maverick.
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South Africa: Nearly R1 Billion - Cost of a Soured Eastern Cape School Tablet Deal ...

All Africa 24 May 2022
According to the DA, the Eastern Cape Department of Education has set aside almost a billion rand to cover the potential costs of leasing 55,000 tablets from the Iqbal Survé-linked Sizwe Africa IT Group ....
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Barloworld’s shares slide on R1bn writedown despite robust interims

Independent online (SA) 24 May 2022
Headline earnings per share (Heps) was 756 cents, compared to 362c in the prior period, driven by a robust performance from Equipment Southern Africa, resilient Equipment Eurasia and Ingrain, as well as strong results from the car rental and leasing business.
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No buyers yet for Barloworld’s car and leasing business Avis Budget

Business Day 23 May 2022
Diversified industrial group Barloworld plans to exit its car and leasing business, Avis Budget Southern Africa, by the ...

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