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Talk Africa: Two Sessions – China & Africa beyond COVID-19

The "Two Sessions", China's premier annual political event has concluded at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. This years' event has taken place...

Chinese Spring festival celebrations hit Jo’burg

It is the year of the rat and hundreds of Chinese and South Africans of all ages from different backgrounds gathered together at Nelson...

Chinese digital TV project benefits 800 Kenyan villages

Over 1,600 Kenyan households across the 47 counties have benefited from a Chinese government project dubbed "Access to satellite TV". The project initiated in 2018,...

Confucius classroom unveiled at rural school in central Uganda

A Confucius Classroom was unveiled on Saturday at a middle school in the central Ugandan district of Wakiso. Vice President Edward Ssekandi unveiled the classroom...

China’s Hunan province brings cultural offerings to Kenya in Nairobi showcase

The landlocked south-central Chinese province of Hunan may be half a world away from Nairobi but on Thursday evening, a variety show organized by...

Chinese approved as one of foreign languages in Uganda schools

Secondary school students in Uganda will now begin to learn Chinese language come next year. This comes after the ministry of education reviewed its curriculum...

Kenya, China sign deal to air Chinese TV series

Kenya's national broadcaster, the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation-KBC has signed a partnership deal with China's National Radio and Television Administration to broadcast a Chinese TV...

$599 million highway project aims to ease congestion in Nairobi

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta launched a 27km road construction project that is expected to ease traffic congestion in Kenya's capital. The Chinese Roads and Bridge...

President Kenyatta launches second phase of modern railway line

In Kenya, the 2nd phase of the Standard Gauge Railway has been commissioned by the country's president, Uhuru Kenyatta. The railway line is part...

Afrijob: The job-matching start-up battling the continent’s ‘brain-drain’ problem

Each year more than 80,000 African students flock to China for higher education, with many taking advantage of scholarship funding offered by Beijing. A...
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