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Re: keeping in touch

Released on 2012-08-06 13:00 GMT

Email-ID 5083146
Date 1970-01-01 01:00:00
Hi Per,

It is good to hear from you too. I'm sorry to hear about your illness and
I hope you've recovered well. Thanks for the referral on the Morningside
hospital which I will keep in mind. Yes, I have moved to South Africa, and
am posted in Durban. It's nice to be so close to the ocean!

Have you since returned to Luanda? I hope it's not too unpleasant being
back there. Thanks for the advice on the hotel situation there, too.
Relatedly, is there so much economic activity going on there that warrants
the tight supply of hotel rooms? Are you seeing more and more business
opening? Is it expanding beyond the energy sector too? How does the energy
sector itself look?

Thanks for keeping in touch and I hope all is well.

My best,


----- Original Message -----
From: "Per Holter-Andersen"
To: "Mark Schroeder"
Sent: Saturday, May 3, 2008 12:42:39 PM (GMT+0200) Africa/Harare
Subject: RE: keeping in touch

Hello Mark.

It was good to hear from you again.

It sounds as if you have moved to SA, is that case?

I have had health problems the last half year.

I incurred an amoeba infection on the liver in Dec while in Angola. This
was declared over and done with in Jan.

Then in Mar I went down again with something undefined, but likely a
separate intestine infection.

I ended up evacuating from Luanda to JNB where I spent eight days in
hospital (Sandton Morningside Hospital a** which can be recommended if you
should end up with a problem).

After trying a few days to restart work turn in Luanda, I broke off and
went home for R&R.

After four weeks at home I am again declared well after several tests and
controls here at local hospital in Krsand and will be heading back to
Luanda Monday 05 May for six weeks.

I am therefore not in a position to provide you with much sensible update
from Angola.

Hopefully this will pick up over the next few weeks.

I have re-established previous contacts and hope to be getting improved
takes on the various aspects in Luanda.

Look forward to hearing back from you and hopefully also information that
you will be visiting Luanda some time soon.

Be aware of hotel situation which is next to impossible and is getting

A few guest houses are coming up, but the town is waiting for the first of
a string of new hotels being built.


From: Mark Schroeder []
Sent: 2. mai 2008 11:06
To: phanders@ONLINE.NO
Subject: keeping in touch

Dear Per:

How are you? I hope all has been well. I'm now gettling settled in South
Africa. How are things looking in Angola? I'm sure the government is
making nice sounding public statements about the September elections. Does
any of that impact your work in the energy sector?

Thanks for keeping in touch.

My best,


Mark Schroeder
Regional Director, Sub Saharan Africa
Tel: +27.31.539.2040 (South Africa)
Cell: +27.71.490.7080 (South Africa)
Tel: +1.512.782.9920 (U.S.)
Cell: +1.512.905.9837 (U.S.)