Saturday, 20 July 2013

 

Seeking New Destinations PDF Print Email
Saturday, 20 July 2013 15:44 Tourism

Seeking New Destinations

Camps-Bay-beachAs more Chinese consider spending their holidays in Africa, the continent's tourism sector needs optimum positioning

By Hannah Edinger & Lu Jinghao*

CHINA, July 20, 2013 (ChinAfrica) - Over the past 15 years, China's commercial engagement with Africa has seen rapid growth in the trade, aid and investment sectors. Overshadowed by the constant focus on these sectors, tourism trade between the Asian nation and Africa has been quietly expanding.


 

Diaspora business support in Africa PDF Print Email
Saturday, 20 July 2013 15:33 Society

Diaspora business support in Africa

joBy Toyin Dania

LONDON, July 20, 2013 (Pambazuka News) - My own journey as a member of the diaspora providing business support in Africa is best understood through sketching out and providing answers to the following areas: my background with African Foundation for Development (AFFORD) , what diaspora business support means, what role the diaspora have played in some business support, what has been some of the feedback from clients and what is the bigger picture of the diaspora involvement in enterprise development.


 

China in Africa: Investing into the Future PDF Print Email
Saturday, 20 July 2013 15:28 China Africa Watch

China in Africa: Investing into the Future

HailemariamDChina-Africa new strategic partnership promotes infrastructure, capacity building and direct investment on the continent.

By Liu Jian in China

CHINA, July 20, 2013 (ChinAfrica) - In recent years, as China's presence in Africa continues to grow, so too have the scathing reports from the Western media criticizing China's presence on the continent. They claim that the sole purpose of China's involvement on the continent is harvesting Africa's resources in a process that has been dubbed "neo-colonialism."


 

Africa: Japan Boosts Financial Support for African Development PDF Print Email
Saturday, 20 July 2013 10:49 Buziness Japan

Africa: Japan Boosts Financial Support for African Development

iiJapanBY WILLIAM EAGLE

WASHINGTON, DC, June 20, 2013 (VOA) -- In June, Japan made a five-year commitment of $32 billion dollars in public and private funding to Africa. It will be used in areas prioritized as necessary for growth by the Fifth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (or TICAD).


 

 

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