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Seminar Highlights China-Africa Media Alignment

Representatives from Chinese and African media channels gathered in Nairobi to discuss how to change the China-Africa media narrative to better suit their agendas. Image via KBC.

Chinese and African media professionals committed to working together to reshape media narratives about Africa-China relations. Delegates from the continent gathered in Nairobi for a seminar organized by the state-owned China Media Group.

Aziz Hartley, editor-in-chief of the partly Chinese-owned Independent Media Group in South Africa, said, “ The African media has a responsibility to assist in the realization of China’s vision.”

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