Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 8 July 2014

Kenya on the Brink
Source: Foreign Policy

Rwandan Shadows
Source: Foreign Policy/Democracy Lab

Bitter winter hits South Africa
Source: IOL News

Kenya, Tanzania attacks hit tourism
Source: IOL News

West Africa’s misguided war on drugs
Source: Arab News

Battered By Civil War, South Sudan Falters Toward 3rd Birthday
Source: NPR/All Things Considered

Ugandan university students forced to be porn actors against their will
Source: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Kenya: powerful groups in politics and war
Source: Global Post/AFP

Nigeria: Kidnapping and Escape of Women and Girls
Source: Africa in Transition

Kenyans fear fresh cycle of violence as ethnic reconciliation falters
Source: Christian Science Monitor

Africa in 2020: A Look at Major Sectors And Players
Source: Ventures Africa

Boko Haram 'scourge' a warning sign for all West Africa, envoy says
Source: Christian Science Monitor

10 Young African Millionaires To Watch 2014
Source: Forbes

Sisi looks to strengthen Egypt's African ties with Nile in mind
Source: Al-Monitor

Africa as we know her might soon be history thanks to rebels, minerals, and drugs
Source: Mail & Guardian

Mandela Secretary's Memoirs Cause Stir in S. Africa
Source: Voice of America

West Africa: UN envoy cites region’s daunting challenges, Boko Haram threat to Nigeria
Source: UN News Centre

Want to make an easy $300,000 in Africa?
Source: TechZim

The Re-Colonization Of Africa: How The US Military’s War On Terror Is Shield For Expansion Through AFRICOM
Source: MintPress News

Mobilizing Researchers to End Poverty in Africa
Source: World Bank

Scandal erupts over South Africa's 'farm of horrors'
Source: Los Angeles Times

The West is obsessed with ‘saving’ Africa. Is that the problem?
Source: The Washington Post

Africa World Documentary Film Festival kicks off this month
Source: Bizcommunity.com

Central Africa's c.bank cuts rate, revises 2014 GDP forecast down
Source: Reuters

EMD secures African locomotive orders
Source: International Railway Journal

ICTs key in MSMEs growth—Mbabazi
Source: New Vision

Upstanding gallery for 'members only'
Source: Times Live

The Moral Bankruptcy of Failed African States
Source: Somaliland Press

Today's Poll: Should Americans be able to hunt big game in Africa?
Source: The Batavian