The country is witnessing a sexual revolution and business is booming for romantic short-stay hotels.
Adapting to the world’s second-largest economy’s changing demands is key to boosting resilience
The growing emphasis on Xi is fuelling concerns – even in the Communist Party – that China is now falling back towards a Mao-type personality cult.
Deep business ties between South Africa and China exist not because of but in spite of diplomacy.
The Africa-China summit will provide an opportunity to get a feel for how the Chinese President is responding to democratic developments in Africa.
Chinese company BoyaLife plans on supplementing China's growing demand for beef by producing 100 000 cow embryos a year.
The fact that the largest target was about investment, not aid, illustrates Beijing’s view that investment is a positive force for development.
But the first official meeting between the two countries could backfire for the Taiwanese leader.
The growth of ethical investors feeds into the vast expansion of the country's renewable energy.
But the Pentagon is insisting its naval provocation did not breach any international maritime laws.
Chinese and African health ministers have adopted a declaration to increase access to facilities, medication, health workers and training in Africa.
The Chinese embassy requested that the subject be introduced and will be responsible for bringing in teachers from China and training SA teachers.
Business reporter Wang Xiaolu has been paraded on Chinese state TV to make an on-air "confession" for supposedly triggering stock market chaos.
Despite the 39% rout, dual-listed shares on the mainland are still double Hong Kong's prices.
The horrors of Japanese camps are being told but nothing is being said of what followed.
Despite South African students loving the country, China is not entirely happy with the African influx.
The detention of Wang Yu was the opening salvo in an unprecedented crackdown on China's human rights lawyers.
Journalist António Capalandanda cast aspersions on Luanda's Beijing ties and has now fled to Durban, seeking refuge.