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Life sciences firms leased 2.4 million sq ft in 2022: Report

Live Mint 15 Mar 2023
... report highlights that out of the total cumulated office space take up in India during 2019-22, American LS firms led the leasing activity with a share of about 56% followed by Europe, Middle East & African (EMEA) companies (24%), domestic players (19%) and APAC firms (1%).

SP Land and Housing Trust Hires New Executive Director

The Pilot 03 Mar 2023
... Center for African American History, Cultural Arts and Business ... To name a few aspects, the Trust plans to create a museum celebrating African American heritage, lease spaces to small businesses, host a health center and hold community events in the Center's various facilities.

The Chagos Islands were paradise. Then came the UK and the US

Al Jazeera 27 Feb 2023
As decolonisation swept the globe, the United Kingdom created one last African colony. Slowly and then all at once, it forced people to leave their homes, then leased the land to the United States for a ...

HIDDEN HISTORY: Lake Jackson museum presents part of its past seldom talked about

The Facts 25 Feb 2023
Other panels touch on the convict leasing in the area that affected African American inmates before skipping to more recent times, with many of the stories from the later 19th and early 20 century reserved for a later display ... African American man to work at the Freeport plant.”.

BROKERS’ NOTES: Buy Zeda, sell MultiChoice

Business Day 23 Feb 2023
Chantal Marx, head of external research. FNB Wealth & Investments. BUY. Zeda ... Zeda is a market leader in car rental and leasing locally and in several Sub-Saharan African countries ... While it is very competitive, the barriers to entry in car rental and leasing are quite high ...  .  SELL. MultiChoice ... .

Certain Genetic Variant in Alzheimer Disease Linked to African Ancestry

Waco Tribune-Herald 22 Feb 2023
22, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- For individuals of African ancestry, the APOE ε3 R145C missense variant is associated with an increased risk for Alzheimer disease (AD), according to a study published in the Feb ... Individuals included in the study were of African ancestry ... Brazilian steakhouse signs lease at former downtown Waco factory Mike Copeland.

Karora grows gold resources at Beta Hunt mine in Australia

Mining Dot Com 13 Feb 2023
The update is highlighted by the net additions to the Western Flanks zone of 146,000 ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 338,000 ounces inferred ... Karora operates the Beta Hunt mine by virtue of a sub-lease agreement with the South African gold miner ... Share .

Lift on track to increase seat capacity to 1.5m, says airline’s chief exec

Independent online (SA) 06 Feb 2023
South African regional airline Lift is on track to increase its available seat capacity by 305% to roughly 1.5 million seats this year, according to Jonathan Ayache, the co-founder and chief executive of Lift Airline ... exchange rate, fuel, aircraft leases and insurance,” he said.

Black/African American History includes Corporate Exploitation

GlobalResearch 02 Feb 2023
Black/African American History observances this month will acknowledge people and events deserving to be remembered in the past and supported in the present in the quest for justice, and peace for all African Americans ... “Convict leasing” or “slavery by another name” involved African American forced to to work for railroads, U.S.

Evaton is a rich example of everything that is wrong with the land claims process

Mail Guardian South Africa 02 Feb 2023
It was in this interregnum that British soldiers Thomas Adams and Charles John Easton, who had fought in the South African war, acquired this vast area ... In many cases, no or little reimbursement was offered to African property owners — some were, instead, offered leased houses while others were dumped in places like Hammanskraal.

Bruce family to sell recently returned land to L.A. County for $20 million

East Bay Times 04 Jan 2023
Willa and Charles Bruce, who were Black, were the original owners and operated a seaside lodge for African Americans ... The county has a two-year lease with the Bruces, with the former paying the latter $413,000 annually ... Initially, under that agreement, the Bruce family could sell the parcels to the county once the lease ended for $20 million.

Sai Flavours invests Dh4 million to support its expansion plans in Ras Al Khaimah

Khaleejtimes 29 Dec 2022
The move will boost its production capacity to meet growing demand from the snack and meat processing companies in the Middle Eastern and African countries. After leasing additional warehouse space, its facility now spreads to almost 5,000 m2.

Sai Flavors invests AED4 million to support its expansion plans in Ras Al Khaimah

Urdu Point 29 Dec 2022
The move will boost its production capacity to meet growing demand from the snack and meat processing companies in the middle Eastern and African countries. After leasing additional warehouse space, its facility now spreads to almost 5,000 m2.

ARTSPLIT concludes December auction with Artists Talk and Exclusive VIP Dinner

Joy Online 28 Dec 2022
ARTSPLIT, a leading African art technology platform has concluded its contemporary split and lease auction of works by some of Ghana’s finest artists; Ablade Glover, Kofi Agorsor and Isshaq Ismail with a silent party, Artists Talks and VIP Dinner attended by top business leaders, ...

Call to allow reuse of graves as burial plots run low in England and Wales

The Observer 26 Dec 2022
He said some people did not like the idea of grave reuse, but recommended that land be given to boroughs in London and cremation subsidised, though he noted that some communities, such as the African-Caribbean families he works with, had a cultural preference for burial.

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