In this Sino-African Voices, Mikatekiso Kubayi, a Researcher at the Institute for Global Dialogue at UNISA shared key insights on Sino – African investment relations, BRICS and geopolitics.
China has not only emerged as a global economic powerhouse but has also achieved the remarkable feat of lifting a substantial portion of its population out of abject or extreme poverty.
African countries need to prioritize renewable energy sources in infrastructure projects to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and minimize carbon emissions.
China is the first country to support the AU in joining the G20 and supports a greater role for the AU and African countries in the global governance system.
Africa’s trade relationship with China cannot be considered overly reliant – Kai Xue via Sino-African Voices by the ACCPA.
African governments have shown varying levels of commitment to addressing climate change and promoting sustainability – ACCPA
BRICS have admitted six new members as the bloc expands. The membership of the new members will come into effect on January 1, 2024.
In this Sino-African Voices, Fikayo Akeredolu, who is the China-Africa Programs Officer at the African Climate Foundation shared key insights on Sino – African relations and Climate Change
The Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory (ACCPA) has signed an MOU with MIE Group towards China Trade Week in Ghana, Kenya & Morocco
‘The BRICS Dialogue’ will be an annual dialogue hosted by the Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory. This year’s dialogue is scheduled to be held virtually on August 15, 2023.