China’s foreign minister Wang Yi kicked off 2016’s state visits, with a four-nation tour of Southern Africa. Meeting leaders from Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia and Mozambique, the leaders discussed measures on how best to implement the outcomes of the FOCAC Summit, held in South Africa in December 2015.
But his trip comes in the backdrop of an economic slowdown for Africa. So what significance does Wang Yi’s visit have for the Southern Africa countries ? Beatrice Marshall discusses this on Talk Africa.