Sunday, May 25, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 25 May 2014

INTERVIEW-Oil-dependent Gabon seeks to diversify economy -president
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation

Anura Perera yet to sue Kenya for new demands on Anglo Leasing
Source: Standard Digital

Millennium Villages Project in Africa remains a trend-setter
Source: Gulf Times

Zambia, Uganda, Nigeria, SAPP top winners at African Utility Week Awards
Source: Biztech Africa

Nigeria’s Ventures Magazine Lists 55 Billionaires in Africa
Source: Eurweb

South African Prince wants Brecon Museum to hand over spoils of Anglo-Zulu war
Source: Wales Online

Valid dreams- Lupita Nyong’o, an inspiration for Africa's youth
Source: Seychelles News Agency

Mining industry continues to threaten East Africa’s flamingos
Source: Birdwatch

'The Race to Save Africa's Fastest Cats'
Source: Keene Sentinel

Africa’s First Openly Gay Member of Parliament
Source: O-blog-dee-o-blog-da

There is need today to reflect on why African countries remain underdeveloped-Constitution Grand Coalition
Source: Lusaka Times

Jonathan was not booed in South Africa – Presidency
Source: Daily Post

Obama not seeking plans for US troops to rescue Nigerian girls
Source: Stars and Stripes

Let Africa’s activists attend gay rights conference: Editorial
Source: Toronto Star

Somali minister quits over al-Shabab attack
Source: Aljazeera

Innocent People Die as Crime Soars Across South Africa
Source: Liberty Voice

On Africa Day, Ban urges leveraging continent's potential for the good of all people
Source: UN News Centre

Mbabazi booed as Museveni skips Kanungu event
Source: The Observer

The real financiers of Boko Haram — an alternative viewpoint - PUNCH
Source: Nigerian Bulletin

Etisalat Expands To 11 African Countries
Source: Leadership