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The UK will cut its budget for aid programs in China by 95 percent, and will focus on Africa, the Indo-Pacific and South Asia instead.

Like asking why you set up a school in South Africa in 1975', my reflections on UK Independent Education in China in @thetimes  @Effy_Yeomans 

Devi Seetharam from Thiruvananthapuram, who grew up living in China, Cambodia, South Africa, Switzerland and Thailand, uses the paintings to divulge the dominance of men in contemporary Kerala.

@climate  South Africa’s per person emissions are higher than the global average and higher than those of countries such as China and India. But when measured historically, #SouthAfrica  ranks low for cumulative emissions.

Both India and China are members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), Russia-India-China (RIC) grouping and BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa).

if you're wondering what the rest of the world uses instead of iMessage: • Europe: WhatsApp / FB MessengerChina: WeChatSouth Africa: WhatsApp • India: WhatsApp • Australia: FB Messenger • Ukraine: ViberIran: Telegram

The foreign student intake from Africa and South America will have to double if universities are to reduce their reliance on China and India.

New: State Dept will now exempt all immigrant and fiancé visa applicants from geographic COVID-19 restrictions (like most of Europe, Brazil, South Africa, China, etc), allowing them to travel to US

#EXCLUSIVE | Australia’s foreign student intake from emerging markets such as Africa and South America will have to double if universities are to reduce their reliance on China and India.

The communications between the bands of two schools in China and South Africa tells a story about China-Africa friendship

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Unemployment rate. South Africa: 30% Nigeria: 27% Greece: 16.7% Spain: 16.2% Brazil: 14.3% Turkey: 12.7% France: 9% Italy: 8.9% Canada: 8.6% Egypt: 7.3% Indonesia: 7% US: 6.7% Australia: 6.6% Russia: 6.1% China: 5.2% UK: 4.9% S Korea: 4.6% Germany: 4.5% Mexico: 3.8% Japan: 2.9%

Coronavirus deaths per million people. Spain: 635 UK: 611 US: 600 Italy: 590 Sweden: 577 France: 475 Iran: 275 South Africa: 259 Russia: 127 Saudi: 120 Germany: 112 Turkey: 83 India: 58 Australia: 32 Indonesia: 32 Japan: 11 Nigeria: 5 China: 3 Vietnam: 0.5 World average: 117

Unemployment. South Africa: 23.3% Spain: 15.3% Brazil: 13.8% Turkey: 13.4% India: 11% Canada: 10.2% Italy: 9.7% US: 7.9% France: 7.1% Australia: 6.8% Russia: 6.4% China: 5.6% Mexico: 5.2% Indonesia: 4.9% Netherlands: 4.6% Germany: 4.4% UK: 4.1% South Korea: 3.2% Japan: 3%

GDP growth, 2020. India: 1.9% China: 1.2% Indonesia: 0.5% Saudi: -2.3% Turkey: -5% Japan: -5.2% Brazil: -5.3% Russia: -5.5% South Africa: -5.8% US: -5.9% Canada: -6.2% UK: -6.5% Australia: -6.7% Germany: -7% France: -7.2% Spain: -8% Italy: -9.1% (Source: IMF)

Stockmarkets today. Italy: -10% Norway: -8.9% Spain: -7.5% France: -7.2% Germany: -7.1% Netherlands: -7.1% Saudi: -7.2% UK: -6.8% Australia: -6.6% Indonesia: -6.6% Sweden: -6% South Africa: -5.5% India: -5.4% Japan: -5% Turkey: -4.2% South Korea: -4.2% China: -3%

Coronavirus deaths per million people. Belgium: 843 UK: 650 Spain: 607 Italy: 576 Sweden: 537 US: 400 Brazil: 303 Mexico: 235 Canada: 230 Iran: 137 Germany: 108 Turkey: 62 Saudi: 53 South Africa: 51 Egypt: 31 Pakistan: 21 India: 14 Indonesia: 11 Japan: 8 China: 3.3 Nigeria: 3.2

Stockmarkets today. Greece: -13% Italy: -11% France: -9.8% Spain: -9.6% Norway: -9.3% Germany: -9% Netherlands: -8.8% US (Dow): -7% Saudi: -7.7% UK: -6.8% Australia: -6.6% Indonesia: -6.6% South Africa: -6.5% India: -5.4% Japan: -5% Turkey: -5.5% South Korea: -4.2% China: -3%

Stockmarkets today. Greece: -13% Italy: -11% France: -9.8% Spain: -9.6% Norway: -9.3% Germany: -9% Netherlands: -8.8% US (Dow): -7.8% Saudi: -7.7% UK: -6.8% Australia: -6.6% Indonesia: -6.6% South Africa: -6.5% India: -5.4% Japan: -5% Turkey: -5.5% South Korea: -4.2% China: -3%

all @wildnestor  Feb 16 the number of school shootings that have happened since the year 2000 around the world: ENGLAND: 0 GREECE: 1 NETHERLANDS: 1 SPAIN: 1 INDIA: 1 ARGENTINA: 1 RUSSIA: 1 CHINA: 3 MEXICO: 4 AUSTRALIA: 5 CANADA: 5 GERMANY: 5 SOUTH AFRICA: 5 USA 212

China's state television company has purchased 20% of SouthAfrica's biggest newspaper chain. The result: anyone who criticizes Chinese policies is censored and sacked. The new reality of Chinese investment in Africa.

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