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RSA CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF DIPLOMATIC TIES WITH CHINA

South African President Jacob Zuma on Monday expressed his well wishes on the occasion of 20 years of diplomatic relations with China, saying that these relations should be further reinforced and more opportunities explored to create a win-win cooperation for both Republics. In a statement, Zuma said: “The Government and …

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CHINA PROPOSES BRICS TO BE A FREE TRADE AREA

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Sunday a free trade area would be “a significant form of cooperation” between BRICS nations. By setting up a free trade area, BRICS countries would be able to remove tariff and non-tariff barriers, give play to their comparative advantages, and advance trade and investment …

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China, South Africa to further strengthen ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping met his South African counterpart Jacob Zuma on Saturday, with the two leaders vowing to strengthen bilateral ties and coordination on multilateral affairs. Zuma is here to attend the Group of 20 summit on Sunday and Monday. Xi said China always regards its relations with South …

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Zuma Arrives in China for the ‘Investing in Africa Forum’

Around 300 government officials, entrepreneurs and other delegates will be taking part in the forum jointly hosted by the Chinese Development Bank and the Chinese government.China is currently the largest single bilateral investor in Africa as well as Africa’s largest trading partner. Recent visits by Chinese leaders to Africa signaled …

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Zuma unveils school in Madiba’s Mvezo village

President Jacob Zuma unveiled a new school in Mvezo as a tribute to the former president Nelson Mandela’s birthplace. Jacob Zuma urged the Mvezo children to use education as a way to get out of poverty. The Makgatho Lewanika Mandela Primary School costed R30 million and was unveiled by the …

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