Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 9 July 2014

Americans Think Africa Is One Big Wild Animal Reserve
Source: The New Republic

US: African Leaders Should Honor Constitutional Term Limits
Source: Voice of America

Boko Haram: Terror’s Insidious New Face
Source: Newsweek

Canal+ launches new channel for Africa
Source: Digital TV Europe

Sasol begins study for gas-to-liquids plant in Mozambique

Gabon signs Global Tax Convention
Source: Business Ghana

Sudanese president hold talks with Qatar’s Emir in Doha
Source: Sudan Tribune

Museveni era and the killing of the civil service
Source: The Observer

SABMiller to reduce water use by 14% in sustainability pledge
Source: Moneyweb

Big Beer: How Does SABMiller Stack Up?
Source: Guru Focus

Facebook Officially Doesn't Approve of Dead Animals or Baby Butts
Source: The Wire

Global effort needed to stem elephant slaughter: CITES
Source: Business Recorder

Djibouti In Legal Dispute With DP World Over Port Concession
Source: Gulf Business

Africa's Challenges Are Tech Startups' Opportunities
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Vatican, exorcism and witch hunting in Africa
Source: Sierra Express Media

Why Is Namibia Killing Its Rare Desert Elephants?
Source: Scientific American

Ugandan gay activist John Abdallah Wambere, unable to return home, visits Portland to screen "Call Me Kuchu"
Source: The Oregonian

Immunity for African Leaders?
Source: Africa in Transition

President Uhuru Kenyatta banks on reform agenda to create more jobs
Source: Standard Digital

Now Small Farmers In East Africa Can Sell On The World Market
Source: Huffington Post

UNSC concern over Ebola, terror threats in West Africa
Source: Firstpost

W’Africa gets innovative cancer care facility
Source: The Guardian Nigeria