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South Africa’s women need the energy transition to work for them
By South Africa based freelance photojournalist Dianah Chiyangwa. First published in China Dialogue. On a cloudy day on the streets of Komati, a group of men are loitering in blue overalls. “We can’t get jobs […]
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📌APPLY | We invite photographers to submit images for an Africa-China Photo Exhibition that will collect images from across Africa that best encapsulate interpretation of “Africa–China”.

Applicant can submit a maximum of 3 images.

Apply before 3 August:

💰 @witschinaafrica reporting grants

The grant will support shared & collaborative reporting by reporters &/or researchers in African & Southeast Asian countries on shared developments relating to Chinese engagement in both regions.

Deadline: March 29.

In a recent interview, U.S. ambassador to the UN (and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Africa) weighed in on China's role in African debt distress in terms that could be described as 'blinkered' at best ('disingenuous' is another possibility):

ENTER: @witschinaafrica invites all journalists and photographers to submit images for the 2023 Africa-China Photo Exhibition.

First place wins US$1,500 and a fully paid trip to the Africa-China Journalists Forum in Johannesburg later this year.


China’s decision to simultaneously lower restrictions for Covid-19 and resume regular international travel is being seen as a possible silver lining in East Africa’s quest to revamp its tourism industry. | @The_EastAfrican

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