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Thursday, October 24 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
China-Africa Relations

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  • The Effect of the US-China Power Contest in Africa (David Lomoywara, Enock Magack & Chege Lewis Kiarie)
  • One Belt One Road: Should Nigeria Sieve the Chinese Benevolence or Accept it as a free lunch (Quadri Lukman Adewale)
  • Understanding Kenyan Agency in the Acquisition and Utilization of Chinese Development Finance in Transport Infrastructure, 2003-2017 (Otele Oscar)
  • Are Chinese health workers filling-in the healthcare gap created by the emigration of Zambian healthcare professionals? (Bwalya Jack Chola)
  • China’s Growing Military Peacekeeping Presence in Africa: What benefit(s) (if any) for Continental Security? (Daniel Nkosinathi Mlambo)
  • Changes in Knowledge Production Mode of China-and-Africa: the Past Decade and the Future (Beibei Yang)


Daniel Nkosinathi Mlambo

University of Zululand
Daniel N. Mlambo is a New Academics Programme (nGAP) at Tshwane University of Technology under the Department of Public Management . He is also a PhD candidate (Public Administration) at the University of Zululand

Beibei Yang

Shandong University

Thursday October 24, 2019 4:30pm - 5:30pm
USIU Business School LT2 USIU Road, Nairobi, Kenya

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