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China's First Self-developed Large Passenger Jetliner C919 Rolls Off Production Line

China's C919 Aircraft Could Land in Africa, Germany, Thailand

Preliminary forecasts suggested that China's first jet liner will only likely find its way in the Chinese market, but latest predictions from analysts for short to mid-term suggest that Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC)'s C919 could also land outside the great wall.

Basketball Without Borders Africa Press Conference

Sixth NBA Elite Academy to Open in Africa in 2017

The National Basketball Association recently announced that it will launch the very first elite NBA basketball training center in Africa by next year. This is part of the NBA’s effort to tap and develop the potential of basketball players in the region.

Chinese steel

China now Preferred Supplier of Warships to Developing Nations

There are no conditions attached to the export of any equipment or technology from China.

Recording artist Akon performs onstage with DJ Matoma during day 2 of the 2016 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival Weekend 2 at the Empire Polo Club on April 23, 2016 in Indio, California.

Akon's 'Lighting Africa' Project Secures $1B Investment from China

Hip Hop star Akon received more than $1 billion investment from China for his "Lighting Africa" project.

Hunting for Houthis

US Aerial Drones from Djibouti Hunting Houthi Missile Battery that Attacked USS Mason

"It's no secret that Iran has been actively supplying them and giving them the tools of war," said Capt. Davis.

Street view of the Katutura Black Township, located in Windhoek, Namibia, August 1995

China to Send 4,000 Tons of Rice to Drought-Stricken Namibia

The Chinese government is sending 4,000 tons of rice to drought-stricken Namibia to fight hunger, Chinese state media reported.

Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe

China Criticizes Tokyo International Conference Over Shortcomings

China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chungying has criticized Japan's wrong intentions at the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) held over the weekend in Nairobi Kenya.


Huawei ICT Training Initiative Receives Praises in Kenya

Chinese tech company Huawei has been praised by a senior Kenyan government official for the former's effort to promote information and communications technology in the country. The government official also commended Huawei for providing training to arm students with basic knowledge of information technology.

Guangzhou Evergrande players celebrate after winning the championship last season

Chinese Super League news: StarTimes gets China top flight exclusive rights in Africa

Private media group StarTimes had reportedly obtained the exclusive rights of distributing Chinese Super League games in Africa after recently reaching an agreement with the China Sports Media group.

The World Health Organization calls for an emergency meeting to discuss yellow fever outbreak.

WHO Calls for Emergency Meeting Over Yellow Fever Outbreak

The World Health Organization will conduct an emergency meeting on Thursday in Geneva to tackle the alarming spread of yellow fever that has hit hardest in Angola and re-stressed the importance of mass vaccination.

China Human Meat

China Irked by Allegations it is Exporting Packaged Human Meat to Africa

China has been irked by reports that the country is packing human meat as corned beef and exporting it to African countries.

Kenya burned $172 million worth of wildlife goods on Saturday.

Kenya Sets Huge Ivory Stockpile Ablaze

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta set fire to a huge stockpile of ivory on Saturday to show the country's serious commitment to putting a stop to illegal ivory trade and saving Africa's elephants.

Twenty-one nations, including 6 African countries hit hard by Malaria, have the potential to be malaria-free by 2020- in the photo two model campaign for mosquote net use

China and 20 Others Could be Malaria-free by 2020-WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 21 countries, including six in Africa where the disease burden is high, have the potential to be malaria-free by 2020. Almost 400,000 people have died from this mosquito-borne diseases.

China begins to plan food security assistance to Africa

China to Develop Emergency Food Assistance Plan for Africa

The Ministry of Commerce of China has revealed that it is planning to supply food aid to Africa as several parts of the continent is severely affected by poor harvest due to the El Nino weather phenomenon.

Ministerial Forum of China-Africa Health Development In Beijing

While Chinese Investment Helps Kenya, Some Still See China as a 'Threat'

The relationship between China and Africa has brought great benefits for African countries including Kenya.

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