- China is Africa’s biggest and strongest ally and in recent years has pumped millions of dollars into the continent.
- At the close of the 2018 China-Africa Forum for Cooperation (FOCAC) summit held in Beijing, the world’s second biggest economy announced that it had set up a new R900 billion ($60 billion) kitty meant for Africa’s development.
Large, state-owned builder China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has won a $398m contract to build a new oil terminal at Kenya’s main port of Mombasa.
Ethiopia's parliament on Tuesday approved three loan agreements worth over US$380 million made with the Chinese government and the Export-Import Bank of China to finance major infrastructure constructions in Ethiopia.
The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) has granted a loan of US$4.5bn to Angola to finance the construction of the Caculo Cabaça dam, the largest power project in Angolan history.
A special envoy of Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe last week to present three designs for a new $145m legislature China
The slowdown in China and the associated ending of the commodity super cycle is having a major influence on the immediate growth prospects for Africa says Professor Mthuli Ncube,
Chinese steel being imported into the UK could be putting lives and buildings at risk, as well as jobs. Additives in some Chinese steel used to reinforce concrete
China Sunlight Africa will provide the Zimbabwean government with US$52m to be used in the construction of Gwayi-Shangani Dam in Matabeleland to help provide