The Point: China-Africa spirited friendship

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China is winning hearts and minds in Africa, while naysayers in the West smear China-Africa cooperation as “predatory” or worse “neo-colonization.” The just wrapped-up 8th Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation highlighted deep ties between the two sides. According to an independent African survey released earlier this month, 63 percent of Africans view China’s influence on the continent positively during 2019 to 2021. What’s solidifying China’s image in Africa? How has cooperation between China and African countries benefited both sides? And what to expect for the future?

Guests: Zhang Yongpeng, senior research fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; David Monyae, director, Center for Africa-China Studies, University of Johannesburg

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