The China-Africa Project is a multimedia resource dedicated to exploring every aspect of China's growing engagement in Africa. It contains a wealth of information on the China-Africa relationship. It is operated by Eric Olander, a veteran journalist, Cobus van Staden, a South African journalist and academic, Anne Sherman, an intern at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in Beijing, and Tendai Musakwa, a Zimbabwean freelance journalist and researcher.
The China-Africa Project currently has, for example, a series of podcasts on the following topics:
--Nigeria's central bank chief sets new tone for China-Africa ties.
--A rally cry for the US to catch up to the Chinese in Africa.
--China's role in the illegal African ivory trade.
--Zambia and Botswana push back against Chinese.
--"Sinophobia" on the rise in Lesotho.
--A Chinese view on Sino-African labor relations.
--John Kerry on US-China-Africa relations.
--How Europe's colonial past helps China in Africa.