‘Africa and China have shared future under new world order’

Published 08 December 2017, by an ANA reporter

Cape Town – The world order has changed and it was time to take hands and chart a common destiny.

This was one of the central themes to emerge from a seminar held in Cape Town on Thursday under the twin headings Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era and Xi Jinping: the Governance of China II Book Review.

Speaking at the event, National Assembly House chairperson, Cedric Frolick, lauded the relationship between China and Africa in a changing global environment and the “visionary” leadership approach by Chinese President Xi Jinping.

“Whoever thought those who claimed to be the protectors of democracy and freedom in the world now find themselves on the other side,” he said.

“The world order has changed and it is time to take hands and chart a common destiny.”

China’s Ambassador to South Africa Lin Songtian said South Africa and China are united by a shared philosophy, with his country striving to promote social fairness and justice and to win the battle against poverty.

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