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Week in Review: Illegal Mining in Ghana, U.S. Disillusionment in the DRC & #ChinaAfricaSpaceTalk

Aisha Huang, aka the “Galamsey Queen,” surprised everyone when she was arrested again for illegal mining in Ghana. What does her arrest say about the government’s efforts to combat illicit Chinese mining? Plus, a new report says the U.S. is “disillusioned” with the Congolese government for not doing more to push back against Chinese mining companies. And, African youth in 8 countries get the chance to speak with astronauts aboard the Chinese Space Station.

Francophone Editor Christian-Geraud Neema joins Eric & Cobus to discuss the top China-Africa stories of the week plus the latest installment of “Where in the world is Xi Jinping going?”

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