North African Private Investigators have been trading in Africa since 1951
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Wilsons Detective Agency provides an exceptional range of investigations and corporate intelligence services from vehicle tracking, background checking, internet use monitoring, investigations specialising in matrimonial, relationship matters in the UK and Overseas.
Wilsons Detectives has been in the business for the past 65 years and were first established in 1951 as K W R Wilson & Co Security Services in Kenya by Kenneth Wilson a retired British Army munitions expert. Wilsons first client was the British Government. Wilsons is the longest established Detective Agency in the world other than Pinkertons USA. Private & Corporate Investigators is now a global brand
- Three main physical features of North Africa are the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert, and the Nile River. Most of North Africa’s population lives along the Mediterranean coast or along the Nile River. The ethnic majority in the Maghreb are Berber, with Arabs dominating in Egypt.
- The Maghreb centers on the Atlas Mountains, which traditionally has provided for a diversity of food production. Oil has been found in North Africa, the export of which has surpassed the export of food products.
- Europe has had a strong influence on the region, ranging from the Roman Empire, to colonial activity, to becoming a destination for immigrants looking for employment and opportunities.
- North Africa has experienced serious political conflicts. Political leaders in Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt remained in power for decades. People have protested for economic and political reforms. The presidents of Egypt and Tunisia have stepped down, but Libya’s longtime leader, Muammar Gadhafi, did not step down but instead engaged the country in a civil war.
- The African Transition Zone creates the southern boundary for North Africa. This zone serves as the transition between the arid type B climates and the tropical type A climates. It is also the transition between the dominance of Islam and the dominance of Christianity and animism.