Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 30 July 2014

Remarks at the Presidential Summit of the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders
Source: U.S. Department of State

Obama announces creation of leadership centre in Kenya
Source: Capital FM

Oil outlook optimistic offshore Senegal
Source: UPI

Ethnic hate speech reveals roots of Kenya violence
Source: The News

Mobile money grows in Africa but hurdles remain
Source: Reuters

Somalia Growth is Encouraging
Source: The African Executive

US seeks to train African leaders
Source: Independent Online

Where Is Nigeria’s Boko Haram Going?
Source: Africa in Transition

Amama 'quitting' Kanungu
Source: The Observer

President Barack Obama meets young African leaders
Source: Standard Digital

Nigeria Can Become Major Regional Economic Force - McKinsey Report
Source: The African Executive

Bad times ahead for Kenya due to insecurity, experts warn
Source: Standard Digital

Kidnapping, Ransoms, and the Sahel
Source: Africa in Transition

New Air Force Chief named in major military changes
Source: Capital FM

How Anonymous and other hacktivists are waging war on Kenya
Source: The Washington Post

Stage set for US summit to be attended by 40 African leaders
Source: Standard Digital

Gabonese Health Workers On Strike Over Allowances
Source: Cameroon Tribune

Sushma Swaraj meets Ugandan foreign minister Sam Kutesa
Source: The Economic Times

Granada studying football development project in Gabon
Source: Inside Spanish Football

Uganda's anti-homosexuality law could be overturned in the courts
Source: PRI's The World

The Literature Police: Apartheid Censorship and Its Cultural Consequences
Source: Fair Observer

We Still Don’t Know How Deadly the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Will Be
Source: FiveThirtyEight

Tullow realigns Africa exploration strategy in Q2 report
Source: Oil & Gas Technology

Activists want gay rights on Africa summit agenda
Source: Federal News Radio/AP