Aisha Huang: Chinese galamsey queen: arrest, deportation, trial, sentencing and the A-G’s decision to appeal

Chinese woman En Huang, a.k.a Aisha Huang was sentenced after 14 months of trial but the A-G wants to appeal, demanding more years for the galamsey ‘queen’

AoCCLAP alumnus Orire Agbaje gets top government appointment in Nigeria

Africans on China Campus Ambassador Programme celebrates one of its biggest success as an alumnus, Orire Agbaje gets a top goverment appointment in Nigeria


COP28 and climate change: will China’s balancing act and Africa’s demands align?

As COP28 unfolds in Dubai, Africa and China emerge as key players for opposing reasons. This article digs into their contribution, demands, and potential areas of collaboration or disagreement on climate matters. Further, it gets into the continent’s fight for climate justice and China’s balance between development and responsibility.


Why African Sprinters Compete In China

African sprinters are thriving in China in the booming marathon industry. Here is why African athletes continue to compete in China.

Are African Football Players Winning In The Chinese Super League?

The Chinese Super League has felt the impact of African top players. This contract is beneficial as long as Africans stay at the top of their game.


Why does China want more African countries to join BRICS?

When the BRICS members convened in South Africa in August 2023, key among the agenda was the expansion of the bloc to include more countries and as usual, China’s focus was on African countries but why? So we delve into the why in this article.


All Roads Lead To Nowhere Else, But China

No travel during Chinese New Year 2021? Here is how a South African living in China celebrated the holiday and coped with feeling homesick.

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