Sunday, July 13, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 13 July 2014

Captain Phillips strikes back: Off Horn of Africa, pirates go bye-bye
Source: Christian Science Monitor

Uganda Sugar Exports Stymied by Wars, Regional Trade Barriers
Source: Bloomberg

Kagame’s ambitious challenge
Source: The Independent

Intra‐Regional Trading In Africa
Source: Ventures Africa

Farmers challenged by Africa
Source: Pune Mirror

Trade, not aid, key to helping Africa
Source: The National

Digital battle for African phones
Source: IOL Business Report

Bahrain team helping spread Islam in Africa
Source: Gulf Daily News

Which way for railway transport in East Africa?
Source: The Observer

How Ramadan Impacts Online Shopping Patterns
Source: Ventures Africa

How your old pants and shirts pick pockets of the world’s poorest
Source: Sunday Express

Rich Vietnamese snorting rhino horns are causing a poaching explosion in South Africa
Source: Quartz

African Union Summit endorses Seychelles’ proposals to make tourism a transformative force for Africa
Source: eTurboNews

Parliament to be stripped of powers to deploy KDF
Source: Standard Digital

Libya investment fund names new chief
Source: Arab News

Conflict Alert: Halting South Sudan's Spreading Civil War
Source: International Crisis Group

Mbabazi: My Speeches are Examined with Political Lenses
Source: Chimp Reports

Nigerians among top property buyers in South Africa
Source: Business Day

Multirole Combat Jets Propagate Across Sub-Saharan Africa
Source: Defense News

Marc Faber: Africa is Not Going to Be Another Southeast Asia
Source: The Market Oracle

Bad apples in Africa: Chinese traders' and companies' behaviour worries envoy
Source: South China Morning Post

Investors use Casablanca Finance City to tap Africa’s potential
Source: Financial Times

Central African Republic: killings in the time of transition
Source: Daily News Egypt