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Why Uganda is Missing out on Chinese foreign minister’s visit to Africa

Why Uganda is Missing out on Chinese foreign minister’s visit to Africa

Business, FEATURED, NEWS, Politics
What might China's goals be in paying visits to Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Botswana, Tanzania, and the Seychelles? Chinese Foreign Minister Wáng Yì 王毅 has begun a five-nation African tour in Nigeria in what’s now a 30-year-old custom of Beijing’s top diplomat always starting the year with a visit to the continent. After Nigeria, Wang will fly to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Botswana, Tanzania, and the Seychelles, a small Indian Ocean island chain off the coast of East Africa. Other than listing meetings with his foreign minister counterparts, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs provided very few other details about Wang’s agenda during the weeklong tour and why specifically these countries were chosen for the visit. Last week, foreign ministry spok...
China Constructs a 104 km Road Linking Uganda to Kenya.

China Constructs a 104 km Road Linking Uganda to Kenya.

FEATURED, NEWS, TRAVEL
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday launched the Chinese-constructed 104-km Musita-Lumino-Busia-Majanji road linking the eastern part of the country to the border district of Busia in Kenya. Katumba Wamala, minister of Works and Transport, said the road was upgraded from gravel to bitumen standard. Photo taken on Nov. 1, 2020 shows the Musita-Lumino road in eastern Uganda. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday launched the Chinese-constructed 104-km Musita-Lumino-Busia-Majanji road linking the eastern part of the country to the border district of Busia in Kenya Wamala, while saying the road was fully financed by government, encouraged people to "take full advantage of such government interventions to improve their household income, which then support government'...
Chinese Spying in Africa through Infrastructure Projects

Chinese Spying in Africa through Infrastructure Projects

FEATURED, NEWS, Politics, TECH
By Keefa Nuwahereza A new report shows how Beijing is using infrastructure to expand its surveillance network on the continent, making U.S. officials vulnerable. China’s Expands Spy Ambitions in Africa In 2018, the African Union accused China of infiltrating the computer network in its glitzy new headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to steal sensitive data—a task made easier by the fact that China itself built the headquarters. But it likely didn’t stop there. In recent years, China has quietly embarked on government building projects across Africa that add up to a counterintelligence nightmare for the United States and its partners on the continent, according to new research from the Heritage Foundation. China has constructed or renovated nearly 200 govern...
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