Lees en kyk maar self na video’s wat in Afrika aangaan rakende die Chinese se dieperliggende betrokkenheid. Ook in Suid-Afrika gaan dinge nie ongesiens verby met al hul “projekte” wat hier plaasvind nie. Tot die Chinese taal word eerder voorgehou om veral in skole te leer. Kennis is mag, maar is die mag oor ons volke en etnisiteit ‘n moontlike toekomstige bedreiging – besluit self en doen maar navorsing oor elke land. Al die “geskenke” maak net nie sin nie – Afrika het heelwat baie seldsame minerale.
China’s government has denied reports that it spied on the servers at the African Union’s Chinese-built headquarters for more than five years, gaining access to confidential information.
In an investigation published by French newspaper Le Monde, China, which also paid and built the computer network at the AU, allegedly inserted a backdoor (in French) that allowed it to transfer data. The hack wasn’t detected until Jan. 2017 when technicians noticed that between midnight and 2 am every night, there was a peak in data usage even though the building was empty. After investigating, it was found that the continental organization’s confidential data was being copied on to servers in Shanghai.
Since the discovery of the hack, the AU has allegedly acquired its own servers and refused Chinese offers to reconfigure them. Algerian and Ethiopian officials also combed through the building, checking for any suspicious materials and microphones.
China is Africa’s biggest and strongest ally and in recent years has pumped millions of dollars into the continent, funding one mega project after another.
At the close of the 2018 China-Africa Forum for Cooperation (FOCAC) summit held in Beijing, the world’s second biggest economy announced that it had set up a new R900 billion ($60 billion) kitty meant for Africa’s development as part of a raft of new measures to strengthen Sino-Africa ties.
China’s Rush Into Africa, Explained.
Afrika lande word ‘n wortel gegee
Remember – nothing is for free ….
President Paul Kagame of Rwanda explains the difference between european and chinese investments in Africa.
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