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Juba, South Sudan Anthony Kpandu took a delegation from his party, the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), to China last year to train with the... [Read More]
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Juba, South Sudan Anthony Kpandu took a delegation from his party, the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), to China last year to train with the…... [Read More]
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The promise of Chinese manufacturing moving to Africa increasingly seems like a real possibility. Chinese car factories assemble in South Africa. Mainland footwear companies have…... [Read More]
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Juba, South Sudan On Sunday afternoons after church, Wokil Makuei, 21, usually heads to the club. Fueled by soda and dancehall beats, he and his…... [Read More]
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The self-declared state of Somaliland has elected a former air force pilot and rebel commander as its third president since breaking away from Somalia in…... [Read More]
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Juba, South Sudan The rice giving ceremony is more than an hour late. Zhang Yi, China's economic attaché in South Sudan, sits in the mid-morning…... [Read More]
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When general Constantino Guveya Chiwenga, head of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF), was on his way to China in early November, his vice president Emmerson…... [Read More]
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One of the most common complaints about large often state-owned Chinese companies operating in Africa is that they bring in their own labor from China,... [Read More]
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Election officials in Kenya have said less than 35% of voters came out to cast their ballot in Thursday's (Oct. 26) repeat presidential election. Wafula…... [Read More]
Nairobi, Kenya Kenya's repeat presidential election opened today to near-empty polling stations, sporadic protests, and a prevailing sense of uncertainty across the country. The much-disputed... [Read More]
Peter Ndung'u, a Nairobi-based photographer, was heading home from downtown Nairobi on the evening of Oct. 11 when the rains started. That day Kenya's election…... [Read More]
A decade ago, a New York Times columnist coined the term "rogue aid" to describe China's financial assistance in the developing world: nontransparent, nondemocratic, and…... [Read More]
For more than half a century, Chief Solomon Osagie Alonge, a self-taught photographer from Benin City, documented a country and society in flux. Starting in…... [Read More]
Google's homepage logo today celebrates what would be the 272nd birthday of Olaudah Equiano, a former slave turned abolitionist whose memoir defined a literary genre…... [Read More]
On exhibit at the Hubei Provincial Museum is a photo series meant to celebrate the harmony between man and nature, as captured by a photographer…... [Read More]
On exhibit at the Hubei Provincial Museum is a photo series meant to celebrate the harmony between man and nature, as captured by a photographer…... [Read More]
African countries are distancing themselves from an old partner. Sudan has reportedly cut off ties with North Korea, the result of negotiations with the United States... [Read More]
In Not African Enough, a collection of photography and essays on Kenyan fashion, one designer bemoans what she calls the "vicious cycle of wax print." The bright,... [Read More]
At the training camp for China's first official standby peacekeeping police force in Dongying, northeastern China, the recruits are up by 6am. They make their…... [Read More]
US president Donald Trump has demonstrated his indifference toward Africa in a number of ways over the past nine months. In July, he left in... [Read More]
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