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The new Chinese ambassador of South Africa hopes to see durable peace and sustainable development in Africa

South Africa and the rest of the African continent should not lose sight of the great vision of its forebears like global icon and former president Nelson Mandela who made abundant sacrifices, particularly towards equality, China’s recently appointed ambassador to South Africa, Lin Songtian said on Tuesday. “President Mandela was a …

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China-South Africa student dialogue held in Cape Town

A roundtable discussion among Chinese and South African college students was held in Cape Town last Friday, September 1, just ahead of the Brics summit in China. Five Chinese and five South African students shared their thoughts on the theme “China and South Africa: What Keeps Us Connected?” More than …

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SA Navy chief visits China

Vice Admiral Samuel Hlongwane, Chief of the South African Navy, is visiting China, where he met with his Chinese counterpart Admiral Wu Shengli. Shengli is a member of China’s Central Military Commission (CMC) and commander of the Navy of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA). He met Hlongwane in Beijing …

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China’s top legislator eyes stronger parliamentary cooperation with South Africa.


Top Chinese legislator Zhang Dejiang met in Moscow Monday with South African parliamentary leaders and called for closer cooperation between the two countries’ legislatures. China-South Africa relations have maintained robust development in recent years, said Zhang, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) of China, during …

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