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South Africa’s relations with China and Taiwan: Economic realism and the ‘One China’ doctrine
(Stellenbosch University Centre for Chinese Studies, 2013-11)
In 1998, after the fall of apartheid, South Africa commenced diplomatic relations with the People’s Re-public of China (PRC). This ‘normalisation’ of South Africa’s China policy came with a condition to recognise Beijing’s ...
Paving the road ahead – China-Africa co-operation in the infrastructure sector
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2015-11)
China has launched a number of initiatives regarding infrastructural development globally, with a specific focus on scaling up infrastructure throughout the African continent. The BRICS New Development Bank and Chinese ...
South Africa-China multi-lateral co-operation: BRICS and FOCAC
The 21st Century has witnessed the emergence of a number of non-western powers, many of which have entered into formal partnerships, driven predominantly by a common development agenda. A prominent engagement within this ...
Increased Chinese engagement in South Africa’s economy – strategies, opportunities and future implications
China and South Africa’s relationship has deepened in recent years. Extensive political structures, such as South Africa’s Comprehensive Strategic Partnership agreement with China, provide opportunities for bettering ...
South African relations with China and Taiwan Economic realism and the “One-China” doctrine
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University. Centre for Chinese Studies, 2014-02)
Since 2009, China is South Africa’s largest bilateral trade partner with political relations between Beijing and Pretoria deepening in recent years. The Chinese government position claims it is a ‘win-win’ situation, but ...
Why corporatism failed : comparing South Africa and South Korea
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2014-12)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: In this study the aim is to examine what the impact of the imbalance in the power dynamics between the state, business and labour is on corporatist institutions in South Africa and South Korea. In both ...