Friday, May 23, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 23 May 2014

Security Is Biggest Challenge to Africa's Development - Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon
Source: African Development Bank Group/

Kenya President Wants Parastatal Reforms To Focus On Profitability
Source: Bernama

South Africa’s Political Playground
Source: Africa in Transition

Obama sends U.S. troops to Chad to find Nigerian girls
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer

U.S. Oil Imports From Africa Are Down 90 Percent
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Terrorism: Africa’s new game changer?
Source: The Herald

Rwanda and France hold talks in Gabon in tense times
Source: New Vision

Africa should be place to flee to, not from
Source: The Star

A new frontier: Africa’s “explosive” homebrew market
Source: Financial Times

Africa Developing Unified Climate Strategy
Source: Voice of America

Top 10 richest women in Africa (Photos)
Source: Sowetan

Washington Worries Boko Haram Planning Attack on U.S. Interests in Africa
Source: NBC News

China opens multilateral approach to Africa with $2bn fund
Source: New Vision

Africa in the News: Investment in Africa Is Rising and Malawi Votes
Source: Brookings Institution

Morocco-Africa : A Cooperation Strategy with Significant Religious Dimension
Source: Medafrica

Mauritanian President lauds AfDB progress
Source: StarAfrica

Turning Africa's resources into rewards
Source: China Daily USA

Museveni meets Kagame, PTA Bank chief
Source: New Vision