The news is that Chinas important partner in Africa, Zimbabwe, is afraid of betraying China, because the leader of the countrys biggest opposition has made it clear that once he won the presidential election in July this year, Chinese investors will be driven away! However, the news was quickly denied by the opposition leader. His political party also made a special statement to accuse the media of discredited him. So what on earth is this? It was also 2 days ago: the same day, the mainstream media, called the herald in Zimbabwe, published a scary report entitled I will drive the Chinese all away. The report said the countrys largest opposition leader, Nelson, made it clear in a speech in May 1st that if he won the presidential election in July this year, he would tell the Chinese people that the agreements they signed with the Zimbabwe government were all accepted by the statute and that Zimbabwe would not be able to make it. The people will benefit from it and will let the Chinese leave Zimbabwe at once. Later, this report soon attracted the attention of BBC and other Western media, and was BBC to drive the Chinese away by BBC. This kind of pick up headline has been widely spread, making things more and more noisy. However, only a day later, Chamisas party denied the report, saying that Chamisa was black by the pro regime Herald. The statement said Chamisas core idea was to make a more smart management of all foreign investment so that the investment could really make the people of Zimbabwe profit, not a tool for the power to get political capital. At the same time, on the official website of the herald, there are many Chamisa supporters who reprimand the newspaper, saying that reporters are deliberately describing Chamisa as a blind Anti China person, but in fact Chamisa is just hoping to stop the troubled investment projects. This sudden change made the western media, which was quite excited, embarrassed instantly. Among them, the American CNBC news network and the American media voice of America, respectively, said in their respective reports: the politicians in these African countries are all a virtue. In order to cater for the populists, they are kicking China as a political ball before the election, but once again they want to tighten Chinas thigh... As for the reasons, the two American media also have to admit that whether it is Zimbabwe or other African countries, their development depends very much on the investment and help of China. How can they really drive the Chinese? The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 As for the reasons, the two American media also have to admit that whether it is Zimbabwe or other African countries, their development depends very much on the investment and help of China. How can they really drive the Chinese?