Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 29 April 2014

Differences over future of Tanzania's union government cloud jubilee anniversary
Source: Sabahi

DRC is Afreximbank’s newest member
Source: Star Africa

Dos Santos on European charm offensive
Source: SAPA

Rwanda: RwandAir Express starts flight to Cameroon
Source: African Manager

Erykah Badu under fire for singing to Swazi King
Source: Mail & Guardian

Cameroon Signs Deal To Build First Tramway
Source: Ventures Africa

South Africa: The ANC monolith cracks
Source: Socialist Worker

Hydro-rich Guinea seeks firms to operate state-owned utility
Source: HydroWorld

Africa cheated of billions annually
Source: New Vision

SOMALIA: Defense Minister tours Sudanese military facilities, asks military support
Source: RBC Radio

UW Lab School Plans Africa Event Thursday
Source: UW News

Why the dangerous new turn for piracy matters
Source: CNN

Electrification in Africa, a question of credit to pay for it
Source: Oman Daily Observer

Climate change to intensify important African weather systems, Stanford scientists say
Source: Stanford News

Uganda says planning tougher law limiting gay sex, foreign NGOs
Source: Reuters

Giant South African 3D printer prints another printer
Source: htxt.africa

Editorial: Is Africa’s Luxury Market As Promising As it Seems?
Source: AFK Insider

President Uhuru Kenyatta signs Kenya polygamy law
Source: BBC News

South Sudan’s Kiir warns against imported solutions for African problems
Source: Sudan Tribune