Is ‘Chinese-ification’ Changing the Culture of Africa? – Atlanta Blackstar

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SOUTH Africa’s education minister has announced that Mandarin, the group of related Chinese dialects that together are spoken by nearly a billion people—more native speakers than for any other language—will be phased in as an optional and examinable subject in public schools from January 2016. Angie Motshekga’s office feels the move will bring South Africans …

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