Monday, May 26, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 26 May 2014

U.S. Trains African Commandos to Fight Terrorism
Source: New York Times

Saudis drawn to Cameroon as investment and tourism destination
Source: Saudi Gazette

FG to revigorate rural electrification agency •Pledges renewable energy policy soon
Source: Nigerian Tribune

Mobile Internet Comes To Africa In A Big Way
Source: NPR Morning Edition

Why Nigeria, Others Lose Investors in Power
Source: This Day Live

U.S. seeks to expand business opportunities in Africa
Source: BusinessDay

Swaziland's reserves dwindle to $790,000
Source: Aljazeera

For a new approach in US-Africa relations
Source: The Africa Report

The Next 50 Years: Africa’s Obligation to Posterity
Source: Nehanda Radio

Mobile offers brighter future for Africa's rural homes
Source: BBC News

Nigerian military official claims he knows whereabouts of kidnapped girls
Source: CNN

South Africa appoints first lesbian to cabinet
Source: The Guardian

Airtel reiterates commitment to work with govts on human capital
Source: WorldStage

Angola and Gabon 'to become holiday hotspots'
Source: The Telegraph