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President Erdogan visits Angola, Togo, Nigeria to boost ties | Money Talks

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is on a three-nation tour of Africa in a bid to strengthen relations with the continent. He's visiting Angola, Togo and Nigeria, and is expected to finalise a number of deals from defence to education during his visit. It's all part of Turkey's moves to grow its economic and diplomatic presence in Africa. Mobin Nasir reports. Federico Donelli is a professor at the University of Genoa, focusing on politics of the Middle East and North Africa. He says Turkey's expansion in Africa will be different from China and Western nations. #TurkeyAfricaRelations #Erdogan #Angola #Togo #Nigeria

South African pilots airlift food to communities in need

South African pilots airlift food to communities in need

South African govt limits number of mourners at funerals

South African govt limits number of mourners at funerals

Africa Matters: Russia's Foothold

Africa Matters: Russia's Foothold

South Africans survive on invasive fish due to virus lockdown

South Africans survive on invasive fish due to virus lockdown

Shares in China's Weibo fall as much as 7% in Hong Kong debut

Shares in China's Weibo fall as much as 7% in Hong Kong debut

Drought in Somalia threatens traditional life of herders | Money Talks

Drought in Somalia threatens traditional life of herders | Money Talks

Auto suppliers warn shift to electric vehicles could cost Europe 501,000 jobs | Money Talks

Auto suppliers warn shift to electric vehicles could cost Europe 501,000 jobs | Money Talks

China shares rally as Evergrande prepares for restructuring | Money Talks

China shares rally as Evergrande prepares for restructuring | Money Talks

South Africa GDP shrinks 1.5% in Q3 over riots, power cuts | Money Talks

South Africa GDP shrinks 1.5% in Q3 over riots, power cuts | Money Talks

Gaza's gold businesses fade under Israeli blockade | Money Talks

Gaza's gold businesses fade under Israeli blockade | Money Talks

Biz in 60: US trade deficit, UAE workday shift, Aramco sells gas pipeline stake

Biz in 60: US trade deficit, UAE workday shift, Aramco sells gas pipeline stake

Biz in 60: Evergrande nears default, SoftBank shares plummet, Saudi Telecom stake sale

Biz in 60: Evergrande nears default, SoftBank shares plummet, Saudi Telecom stake sale

Discarded clothing creates mountain of waste in Chile desert | Money Talks

Discarded clothing creates mountain of waste in Chile desert | Money Talks

Lebanese people turn to cryptocurrencies amid banking crisis | Money Talks

Lebanese people turn to cryptocurrencies amid banking crisis | Money Talks

Evergrande shares fall to 11-year low as company nears default

Evergrande shares fall to 11-year low as company nears default

UN seeks record $41B in humanitarian aid for 2022 | Money Talks

UN seeks record $41B in humanitarian aid for 2022 | Money Talks

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