What do African workers think about China-Africa cooperation?

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Jean-Jaques Mwanza and Shanique Human work at FAW Vehicle Manufacturers SA (Pty) Ltd. in Coega, South Africa. In this video, they share their experiences of working at the Chinese company and how it has changed their lives and opened their minds.

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