• China's Investment in Africa: The New Colonialism ...

    Recently, a number of African countries have become increasingly drawn to China's "no-strings attached" development assistance and promises of growth. While these policies certainly create economic gains for Africa, the vestiges of colonialism evident in this relationship raise questions about the true cost of realizing these benefits.

  • Africa will not put up with a colonialist China | Sanou ...

    Feb 07, 2011· Africa will not put up with a colonialist China ... South Africa, not China, is the country making the largest investments in the rest of Africa. China's credo of "non-interference in domestic ...

  • The Rise of China and BRICs: A multipolar world in the ...

    Mar 21, 2013· By Dorothy-Grace Guerrero. It is commonly said that the world is entering a multipolar phase in global governance with the "rise of the South" or the increasing powers of emerging economies China, India, Brazil, Russia and South Africa (from hereon the BRICS) and the strengthening of their relations as seen in the succeeding BRICS Summit since 2011.

  • Child Sexual Abuse: Top 5 Countries With the Highest Rates

    Basing its research on official statistics and reports, IBTimes UK looks into some of the countries with the highest rate of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA). One child is raped in South Africa every ...

  • The ANC and the Exploitation of South Africa - CounterPunch

    Dec 28, 2012· The ruling class in South Africa, though fronted by black faces, continues to work in the service of Western finance capital and the neoliberal agenda, lining their own pockets while the streets ...

  • Why is China investing in Africa? Evidence from the firm level

    Aug 12, 2015· In "Why is China investing in Africa? Evidence from the firm level," David Dollar, Heiwai Tang, and Wenjie Chen provide a nuanced view of China's outward direct investment (ODI) in Africa …

  • China's Ties to Africa Are Damaging | Fortune

    Nov 20, 2015· China's ties to Africa are likely to get stronger this year as the world's biggest economy appears poised to once again double its investments across the fast-growing continent. The run-up to ...

  • Chinese neocolonialism in Africa | Pambazuka News

    1) Does China use its mega-transnational corporations and banking institutions to perpetuate colonial forms of exploitation in Africa? 2) Is China's "new strategic partnership" with Africa a fancy phrase for China's kinder and gentler creeping neocolonialism through outwardly benign economic relations (domination) and exploitation of ...

  • China's Ugly Exploitation of Africa—and Africans

    China's Ugly Exploitation of Africa—and Africans. Beijing is often a step ahead of Washington in Africa, as Secretary of State Tillerson is likely to find out this week. But China's not ...

  • Multinational corporations: The new colonisers in Africa ...

    Multinational corporations: The new colonisers in Africa. ... Surveying a history of exploitation of Africa's people and resources, Lord Aikins Adusei denounces the multinational corporations continuing to plunder the continent's natural wealth. ... And the sad stories of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Algeria, Namibia, Kenya and Angola, where people ...

  • Child Labor in South Africa, Trafficking & Discrimination

    Dec 21, 2012· Child labour in South Africa is a problem that can very quickly get out-of-hand. With nearly 1/3 of its population under 15 years old - nearly 15 million kids - if child labour is left unchecked and unchallenged, there is a risk that it spreads further across South Africa…

  • China's Influence in Africa - Fair Observer

    What are the implications of China's growing influence in Africa? Background. Africa and China have enjoyed centuries of trade relations. Early trade and commerce picked up during the Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD) and culminated in an expedition by the Chinese admiral Zheng He to modern-day Somalia and the Mozambique Channel.

  • Chinese colonialism? - BBC News

    Jul 19, 2012· The English-language mouthpiece, the China Daily, gave space to Sehlare Makgetlaneng from the Africa Institute in Pretoria, South Africa, who wrote: "The West's claim that China's relationship ...

  • SOUTH AFRICA - CHINA Workers on strike in a gold mine ...

    SOUTH AFRICA - CHINA . Send to a friend. ... exploitation. CLOSE X. e-mail this to a friend Workers on strike in a gold mine: Chinese owners are "arrogant, brutal and exploiters" ... India. Nepal ...

  • Child labour at risk of rising in China and India as ...

    May 30, 2019· Little progress was recorded in key manufacturing hubs India and China, which ranked 47th and 98th out of 198 countries in the Child Labour Index, with …

  • China in Africa: The New Imperialists? | The New Yorker

    Jun 12, 2013· China in Africa: The New Imperialists? By ... Africa has given way to what has been called "resource nationalism," in which countries aim to take control of the exploitation of their natural ...

  • China's Investments in Africa: What's the Real Story ...

    Jan 19, 2016· Looking at the Numbers. Wenjie Chen, an economist in the African Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said there are widespread misconceptions about China's involvement with Africa.

  • China in Africa | Council on Foreign Relations

    Jul 12, 2017· China has become Africa's largest trade partner and has greatly expanded its economic ties to the continent, but its growing activities there have raised questions about its noninterference policy.

  • Why Africa loves China | Poverty & Development | Al Jazeera

    Why Africa loves China. Contrary to what the West believes, Africans do not see themselves as victims of Chinese economic exploitation.

  • Africa is changing China as much as China is changing ...

    Jan 08, 2018· Africa is changing China as much as China is changing Africa By Lily Kuo January 8, 2018 Eight years ago I watched the movie "2012," named after …

  • China's Exploitation of Africa - LewRockwell

    Sep 03, 2018· China's Exploitation of Africa. By Doug Casey. Casey Research. ... like 1% of the world's total, in sub-Saharan Africa. And almost all of that is in South Africa. The little there is, is only produced with the help foreigners—Europeans, but increasingly the Chinese. ... And they all guess cities in China or India.

  • South Africa Coal Exploitation Industry: Coal Crushing ...

    South Africa Coal Resource: South Africa has abundant coal resources and the proved undeveloped reserve is in the fifth after China, the United States, the commonwealth of independent states and India. It accounts for 10.6% of the world's recoverable reserves.

  • China gets set to exploit rapid growth opportunities in Africa

    Read also: Almost halfway to Cyril's trillion; China pledges $14.7bn in investments to South Africa. Instead of standing on the sidelines and wringing their hands over China's investments, Westerners and people in other rich countries should be looking to copy or surpass China's efforts to tap the final frontier of emerging markets.

  • Colonialism in Africa: Bondage, exploitation and ...

    The nation gained little economic benefit from its African possessions, and opposition to colonial policies led to a number of bloody rebellions. German colonies in Africa included Togo and Kamerun (Cameroon) in West Africa, South-West Africa (present-day NAMIBIA), and German East Africa (present-day Tanzania, Rwanda, and Burundi).

  • What Is China Doing In Africa? - forbes.com

    Aug 04, 2018· He wrote a paper presented to Harvard University in 2007 that said "European colonial exploitation in ... During the years when Brazil, India, China and the ... China is helping Africa to stand ...

  • Is China exploiting Africa? | Africa | Al Jazeera

    President Xi Jingping is in South Africa reassuring leaders from across the continent with hard cash. The trip will be welcome after the economic downturn forced China to slash investment in ...

  • Africa and the BRICS: a Win-Win Partnership? - African ...

    The fifth meeting of the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) held in Durban, South Africa, from March 26 to 27, 2013, was seen as an opportunity for Africa to strengthen its ties with these major emerging economies. The theme of the summit was "BRICS and Africa – partnerships for integration and industrialization" with the goal to unlock potential for ...

  • The Dark Legacy of China's Drive for Global Resources ...

    Mar 28, 2017· Of course, China is not alone in promoting its own economic interests over those of other countries and their environmental health. This is a story that goes back to the colonial era and beyond, when European nations ruthlessly exploited resources and local populations from Africa, to South America, to India.

  • The closest look yet at Chinese economic engagement in ...

    At a national level, we focused on eight large African economies, and identified the following four distinct archetypes of the Africa–China partnership: Robust partners. Ethiopia and South Africa have a clear strategic posture toward China, along with a high degree of economic engagement in the form of investment, trade, loans, and aid. For ...

  • Africa–China economic relations - Wikipedia

    After the formation of the People's Republic of China following the Communist party victory in 1949, some Chinese fled, eventually landing in Africa. By the 1950s, Chinese communities in excess of 100,000 existed in South Africa, Madagascar, and Mauritius. Small Chinese communities in other parts of Africa later became the cornerstone of the post-1980 growth in dealings between China and Africa.