What African Nations can learn from China’s Internet Censorship

  A number of African nations have been recently considering measures to take greater control of social media and internet usage domestically, and many of these proposals appear to be on the verge of censorship according to proponents of internet freedom. In comparison to the statutes enacted in China, internet freedom in most African countries is still far greater. Notably,…

China’s Ivory Ban Has Immediate, Positive Effect 

Elephants, hippos, warthogs, walruses, and other mammals have reasons to rejoice in late March 2017. It has only been three months since the People’s Republic of China abandoned its legal trade in ivory, and African conservation groups are already celebrating great news. According to Kenyan newspaper The Star, activists and attorneys representing Save the Elephants issued…

China Begins Construction Of The $60 Million Liberian Ministerial Complex

  Chinese and local engineers are busy constructing the Chinese-funded ministerial complex in Liberia. Demolition of the old, incomplete Defense Ministry building on Tubman Boulevard in Congo Town is already underway to make room for the new ministerial structure. Concerns about traffic on the already congested Tubman Boulevard arose, since the building will house up…