Thursday, May 15, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 15 May 2014

Young leaders plot brighter future for Africa
Source: Cape Argus/IOL News

Interview: Dispelling myths about Chad
Source: How We Made It In Africa

Sudan denounces UN claims LRA leader is present in its territory
Source Sudan Tribune

Gabon drops three firms from oil licensing deal
Source: Business Recorder

Orchid fever grips South Africa
Source: IOL Lifestyle

Britain, U.S. warn citizens of high risk of attacks in Kenya
Source: Chicago Tribune

Rwanda, Uganda kick-start regional railway project
Source: New Vision

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s Visit to Africa: A (Rail)road to Success in Sino-African Relations?
Source: Brookings Institution

Advancing Economic Freedom: An Antidote to Boko Haram
Source: The Heritage Foundation

How to feed Africa and sustain the environment
Source: The Africa Report

How wildlife crime links us all to conflicts in Africa
Source: New Scientist

U.S. Africa Command Team supports Department of State-led support effort in Nigeria
Source: DefenceWeb

Kagame’s Singapore of Africa Economy Rewards Debt: Africa Credit
Source: Bloomberg

What homes Africa’s super rich spend their billions on
Source: Standard Digital

Crisis response Marines positioned closer to Africa
Source: Marine Corps Times

The S Africans making it big in America
Source: TechCentral

The U.S. Military’s New Normal in Africa
Source: Huffington Post

Africa's Richest Woman Plans To Increase Stake In Portuguese Bank
Source: Forbes

Criticism Leveled at China on Africa Investment Is 'Absurd,' Says Ambassador
Source: Wall Street Journal

The surge in Africa direct investment
Source: Financial Times

Nigeria, South Africa among foreign investors’ choice locations in Africa
Source: Premium Times

Africa assumes onus on disaster relief with catastrophe insurance pool
Source: Reuters

Chinese Money In Africa Directed Away From Oil, Toward Other Sectors
Source: International Business Times

Mineral Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Critique
Source: The African Executive

Boko Haram in Nigeria: The Way Forward
Source: Brookings Institution

China Inc. Moves Factory Floor to Africa
Source: Wall Street Journal

From winery to factories, Chinese firms investing billions in South Africa
Source: South China Morning Post