Monday, 21 November 2011

 

China in Africa: How well do we know them? PDF Print Email
Monday, 21 November 2011 10:04 China Africa Watch

China in Africa: How well do we know them?

ChinaFlagCWritten by Dr. Dries Velthuizen

CHINA, November 21, 2011 (CAI) - Currently the Chinese people are well embedded in all spheres of life in African society, but mostly in the business sector in Africa. In general, the Chinese people in Africa are good business people, to such an extent that they are seen as serious rivals to African businesses. The ongoing debates about whether Chinese involvement in Africa is a blessing or a curse varies between proponents of Chinese involvement as an alternative to Western domination in Africa to arguments that Chinese involvement is just a new form of colonising and exploiting Africa.


 

Climate Change in Africas Major River Basins PDF Print Email
Monday, 21 November 2011 10:01 Agriculture

Climate Change in Africa's Major River Basins Could Impede Continent's Farm Transformation Efforts, Increase Cross-Border Water Conflicts

Volta-RiverTSHWANE, South Africa, November 20, 2011 - Climate change could significantly alter water flows in major river basins in Africa, presenting a new barrier to nascent efforts to better manage water for food production and to resolve potential cross-border water conflicts all over southern Africa, according to research findings presented at the Third International Forum on Water and Food in Tshwane, South Africa.


 

 

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