Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 16 April 2014

Kenya says EAC-EU trade talks could be concluded by May
Source: New Europe

Could the rise of ‘original sin’ condemn African governments once more?
Source: Euromoney

Agreements with African countries on focus at Fisheries Council
Source: FIS

President Kenyatta Hosts Drama Festival Finalists
Source: Citizen News

Partnership signed at Africa conference
Source: Yale Daily News

The producers of Kony 2012 say they've learned their lesson, but critics aren't so sure
Source: PRI's The World

President Uhuru Kenyatta says upgrade of national theatre will promote art
Source: Standard Digital

South Sudan Conflict: Personalities, Resources, and Threats
Source: Africa in Transition

Chinese companies face challenges in Gabon
Source: Steel Guru

The 9 Best Jobs In Africa Don't Exist Yet
Source: Forbes

Africa in the Eyes of Westerners
Source: Huffington Post

Security agencies focus on African organised crime
Source: New Era

Report: Africa's Economic Prosperity at Risk From Instability
Source: Voice of America

SABMiller’s Africa sales slow growth
Source: Business Day

Goodbye, Afghanistan — hello, Africa: Air Force sees resource shift as U.S. exits Middle East
Source: Washington Times

Why the sudden rush into Africa? It’s the oil
Source: Dawn

Nadine Gordimer: The disillusion and corruption of post-Mandela South Africa
Source: Christian Science Monitor

South Africa’s Biggest Banks Fined in Money-Laundering Probe
Source: Bloomberg News

Tax payments helping Africa’s ‘quantum jump’ in growth, says bank chief

Africa Is Refuting the Usual Economic Pessimism
Source: Wall Street Journal

UK money transfer firms accused of excessive charges on Africa remittances
Source: The Guardian