Monday, June 2, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 2 June 2014

A Frozen Conflict in the Sahara Still Enflames Morocco, Polisario
Source: The Washington Diplomat

How Africa is out-innovating Silicon Valley
Source: Boston Globe

Models of Development and Experiential Learning in the Niger Delta
Source: Brookings/Africa in Focus

Investors keen on Kenya
Source: East African Business Week

Bombings threaten Kenya growth goals, open new strains with wary West
Source: Reuters

Bright future – the key factors driving economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa
Source: Legal Week

Ugandan troops to remain in Somalia
Source: The Africa Report

Why Africa’s economic growth is not reducing poverty
Source: How We Made It in Africa

Africa's climate policies burned by firewood dependence
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation

Is Africa the emerging market of the decade?

As it plans its own future, Africa engages with the world
Source: Sierra Express Media

Obama called for more SDF involvement in Africa
Source: Japan Times

IOC president indicates hope to stage Olympics in Africa
Source: The National

Spain doing its bit for Africa’s renewal
Source: BD Live

Malawi's president looks to China and Russia
Source: Aljazeera

Turnover In Gabon Mobile Telephony Sector Growing Steadily
Source: SpyGhana

On Morocco, Its Western Allies, and Africa Policy
Source: Huffington Post

South African Making Bid to Lead African Development Bank
Source: Wall Street Journal

New China-Africa Development Fund Could Add Accountability, Transparency to Chinese Investments in Africa
Source: Huffington Post

Publisher Crusades Against Female Genital Mutilation in Africa
Source: Voice of America

The need for speed: Why Africa's datacenters are still trailing behind
Source: ZDNet

The consequences of the U.S. war on terrorism in Africa
Source: Aljazeera America

Nigeria: Addressing Boko Haram’s Roots
Source: Africa in Transition