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The dynamics of learning Chinese in Nigeria and South Africa
By Philip Ademola Olayoku (Coordinator, West African Transitional Justice Centre) (WATJCentre) Note: This content is produced by an independent researcher and does not represent the views of the Africa-China Reporting Project or the Wits Centre […]
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Leaders of rival political parties in South Africa joined several diplomats at a prestigious event hosted by the Chinese Consul-General in Joburg, Tang Zhongdong, to mark the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. | @IOL

🔊 @witschinaafrica’s annual Forum event at the @AIJC_Conference will take the form of a live podcast session. The podcast discussion will unpack the context of China’s worldview and its perspective on Global South countries.

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Kenyan importers have the option to process their imports at Mombasa port, following President William Ruto’s announcement to relocate logistics operations to the Naivasha inland port, which is linked to Kenya’s Standard Gauge Railway. | @StandardGroupLc

Despite world economies having been ravaged by the impact of COVID-19, the SA-China trade continued to grow, with the trade volume having reached R544 billion last year, said SA's Small Business Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams. | @TheCitizen_News

In November 2021, a rumour started filtering across the City of Mutare in Zimbabwe that senior officials at City Hall had given the nod for a Chinese company, Freestone Mines, to set up a granite mining venture in the Dangamvura Mountain range.

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