Saturday, April 19, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 19 April 2014

Nearly third of Africa implementing climate “smart” schemes
Source: Energy Live News

Strife-weary CAR nostalgic for bloody 'emperor'
Source: Mail & Guardian

Lesotho’s law rejects women chiefs
Source: IOL News

Can South Africa lead Africa?
Source: Aljazeera

Polio Threatens To Spread Through Central Africa
Source: NPR

In Central African Republic, a town embodies the nation's conflict
Source: Christian Science Monitor

In Shift to Africa, US Troops Find Complicated Relationships
Source: Army Times

For rapid growth, Africa is the new China
Source: The Globe and Mail

Interview: UN official draws attention to Africa's economic potential
Source: Xinhua

ANC faces election backlash by disillusioned South Africans
Source: The Irish Times

Mugabe slams Europe's 'homosexual nonsense'
Source: Mail & Guardian

Coke Creates Giant Rainbows To Help South Africa Celebrate 20 Years Of Democracy
Source: Marketing Land

World Economic Forum On Africa: Experts Seek To Involve SMEs
Source: AFK Insider

Addis Ababa to host U.S.-Africa energy summit
Source: Turkish Press

Africa's financial services sector presents opportunities
Source: Authint Mail

Navy Partners US, Others to Fight Oil Theft in Gulf of Guinea
Source: This Day Live

Rail provides foundation to economic take-off
Source: Standard Digital