Thursday, April 10, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 10 April 2014

Sex, Style And Success In 'An African City'
Source: NPR

How Nigeria Became Africa's Largest Economy Overnight
Source: The Atlantic

Uganda: Museveni’s son is already number two
Source: The Indian Ocean Newsletter

Elections in Guinea-Bissau
Source: U.S. Department of State

Kenyan Debt Beats Peers as Market Awaits Eurobond: Africa Credit
Source: Bloomberg

South Africa’s Jacob Zuma Stonewalls on Corruption Charges
Source: Africa in Transition

Ethiopia and Kenya to speed up Special Status Agreement to boost business ties
Source: Zegabi

African oil and gas attracts near-record foreign investment

Somalia: In Search of a Foreign Policy
Source: The African Executive

More Household Spending plus Increased Investments in Natural Resources and Infrastructure Mean Higher Growth for Africa
Source: World Bank

Kenya, China To Sign Co-operation Pacts During Chinese Premier's Visit
Source: Bernama

Africa: We don’t want aid. Please keep it for your local poor!
Source: Silicon Africa

Eritrea and Ethiopia: Beyond the Impasse
Source: Chatham House

Over the last decade, 17 million more children are learning in sub-Saharan Africa
Source: World Education Blog

Weekly Incidents of Violence in Nigeria
Source: Africa in Transition

The Ugandan anti-gay bill and the limits of US influence in Africa
Source: The Hill

Imports, not refineries, to meet Africa's rising fuel needs: Vitol
Source: Reuters

State witness exonerates Former President Rupiah Banda in oil deal
Source: Lusaka Times

Navy base on the line as Mauritius tries to pit U.S., U.K. in island’s sovereignty bid
Source: Washington Times

Survey: Attitudes of South Africans in the Run Up to Elections
Source: Freedom House

Powering Africa’s Future: Examining the Power Africa Initiative
Source: The African Executive