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R. V. Kanoria

Former President, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry

Businessman R. V. Kanoria, the former President of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, led a 21-member delegation to Morocco on 27-31 May, to attend the Afr...


Han Fang

President, Shanghai Chamber of Commerce in South Africa

Chinese entrepreneur Han Fang, new President of the Shanghai Chamber of Commerce in South Africa, moved to the country two decades ago and has since established a business empire w...


Hoàng Bình Quân

Head of National External Relations Committee, Communist Party of Vietnam

Vietnamese politician Hoàng Bình Quân, who heads the National External Relations Committee, led a Communist Party delegation to Morocco, Tanzania, South Africa ...


TICAD V: An agenda for business

TICAD attendees will discuss how to get the Japanese private sector involved in African development and how to fight against piracy and instability

Japan will roll out its plan for the next five-year phase of African engagement at the Fifth Tokyo International Conference for African Development in Yokohama on 1-3 June. Boostin...

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Agricultural revolution delayed

The ProSavana project that could turn Mozambique into a major agricultural producer has yet to convince local civil society groups and farmers

The ProSavana project has been set up to repeat a Japan International Cooperation Agency programme that helped to turn Brazil's Cerrado region into a major agricultural producer. I...


Too great expectations

The Sicomines deposits contain smaller copper reserves than predicted and some detect deep problems in the partnership with China

In early May, Prime Minister Augustin Matata Ponyo Mapon sent shockwaves through Kinshasa when he told the United Nations-backed Radio Okapi that the partnership between Congo-Kins...


Angry envoys

Seoul is developing new initiatives to bolster its African diplomacy but is inadvertently ruffling feathers with perceived errors in protocol

Ahead of the late May visits to Seoul of Presidents Yoweri Museveni of Uganda and Armando Guebuza of Mozambique, new President Park Geun-hye declared that South Korea must shape it...


Seoul food

South Korean diplomats are working to help Daewoo Logistics regain at least part of a huge land-lease deal the company lost after Madagascar's 2009 coup d'état. In May, Seoul dispa...


Small beer from Beijing

Vice-President Wang Yang’s visit sees scrabbling state media rerun an old warning to Chinese companies from Prime Minister Tsvangirai

Zimbabwe's new constitution finally passed into law on 22 May and the way is now clear for elections. The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front is pushing for the polls t...


Youth export palaver

Parliamentarians were up in arms after hearing that up to 100,000 young Malawians could be soon on their way to work in South Korea’s factories and farms in an effort by government...


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