China-Africa in the news: Xenophobia, fake Kente, Kenyan tea, AIIB founding members

Police Officers in South Africa. Security services in the country have struggled to contain attacks on foreign nationals which broke out two weeks ago. Wikimedia Common Photo.

The anti-foreigner attacks in South Africa have been described as Afrophobia on some forums. This is because the first attacks – about two weeks ago – were made on African immigrants, mainly those from Ethiopia, Somalia, the Democratic Republic of… Continue Reading


China-Africa in the news: Loan deals, a damning report, and peacekeepers for S. Sudan

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The recent visits to China by the Zambia and Uganda Presidents resulted in a number of several deals that will see the Chinese government and companies investing in the two countries. Edward Lungu and Yoweri Museveni were in China for… Continue Reading