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How does Africa get on with its biggest investor, China?

China's relationship with Africa goes back at least 40 years. Once the connection was ideological, today the pair are bonding over commerce and capitalism.

China is now the largest investor in Africa with over $200bn of investments circulating on the continent.

But some critics have called for China to do more to stem human rights abuses in Africa.

From Mandarin lessons in schools to fridge companies, the BBC's Lerato Mbele takes a closer look at the relationship between the countries.

  • 24 Jul 2015
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