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#AskChina. China’s Ministry of Commerce Answers Your Questions on Trade

The Ministry of Commerce is an executive agency under the State Council that formulates the strategies, guidelines and policies to develop domestic and foreign...

International Women’s Day

International Women's Day, celebrated every year on March 8th, goes back to 1909 in the U.S where it was first celebrated. It was to...

South Africa’s Grape Boom

The grape harvesting season is in full swing in South Africa's Western Cape region. Farmers there are hoping for a good year, following reports...

Kismayo Airport Refurbished

Kismayo International Airport, previously in shambles and run down by the al Shabaab terrorists is now fully functional. The airport was a major stronghold...

Traffic Nightmare In African Cities

Many African capitals are synonymous with heavy traffic. The resultant losses in man hours and lost business often runs into millions of dollars. We...

AFRICAN REFUGEES IN ISRAEL

Around 53,000 Africans are seeking refuge in Israel. Many have fled violence at home - but they're in limbo. The Israeli government is refusing...

Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has agreed to sign the controversial anti-gay bill into law, warning that those who promoted homosexuality would be dealt with...

Return to the Central African Republic

The Central African Republic has been experiencing violence since March 2013. Our correspondent, Jane Kiyo was back in the country for a series of reports. She talked to...

Emerging Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is located in the Central Africa region, on the continent's Atlantic Coast, and  is made up of two-land masses:  an island named...

Ugandan Phone App For Revelers

A new mobile phone App is helping many Ugandan revelers keep track of events in the capital. “ViPi”, the name of the App, is...