Monday, June 9, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 9 June 2014

Gabonese Swimming Federation Holds First National Championship Meet
Source: Swim Swam

The 10 Hottest Travel Destinations Of The Future
Source: Business Insider

Doing business with Africa: Potential and challenge
Source: Dynamic Business

Oscar winner Nyong'o named MTV Africa 2014 personality
Source: Ahram Online/AFP

The legacy of an African web pioneer
Source: Financial Times

Airtel targets Africa’s ‘unphoned’ market
Source: IT Web Africa

Africa: Frontier of the ‘Golden Age of Gas’?
Source:  Energy Global

Public-Private Partnerships: Way to go for Africa
Source: The Southern Times

Boko Haram may expand reach: expert
Source: SAPA

Mobile internet usage on the increase in sub-Saharan Africa—Report
Source: Nigerian Tribune

Africa’s sports bars, TV shacks step up security for World Cup
Source: First Post

Nature Is Talking And Africa’s Legislators Are Listening
Source: Inter Press Service

Man Sentenced For Shipping Stolen Cars To Africa At Port Of Baltimore
Source: WJZ13/AP

Africa’s betrayal by African leaders
Source: San Francisco Bay View

Lawyers Discuss Illicit Flow of Money from Africa
Source: Voice of America

Supporting Women Farmers Is The Key To Africa's Continued Progress
Source: Forbes

Report: Nigeria Has Largest Displaced Population in Africa
Source: Voice of America

2014 World Cup Moment of Truth for Africa
Source: The Southern Times

Obama's High-Risk Africa Summit
Source: U.S. News & World Report

Somalia: UN Special Envoy commended Regional Anti-Piracy Authorities
Source: Geeska Africa

Cameroon and Chad to study 700km rail link
Source: International Railway Journal

China adopts a more hands-on approach to the conflict in South Sudan
Source: South China Morning Post

Regional Heads of State to Meet in Ethiopia
Source: Voice of America

Lamido Sanusi named as new emir of Kano in Nigeria
Source: BBC News

Kenya upbeat on ocean deal with Somalia
Source: Midnimo

Why Are Africa's Militaries So Disappointingly Bad?
Source: Foreign Policy