Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 12 August 2014

Uganda President Yoweri Museveni Wants To Have Anti-Gay Law Re-Issued
Source: Huffington Post/Reuters

Uganda’s President Looks Like He’s Backing Down On His Country’s Anti-LGBT Bill
Source: ThinkProgress

Ugandan MP: President will water down anti-gay law for ‘our Western friends’
Source: Pink News

Saudi-African trade rises to SR53.63 billion
Source: Arab News

Could the ‘miracle fruit’ help in the fight against obesity?
Source: The Globe and Mail

NY bans purchase and sale of ivory: Happy World Elephant Day!
Source: Tech Times

Seychelles Promises to Decriminalize Same-Sex Conduct
Source: Human Rights Campaign

Feeling porny: Who watches pornography in South Africa?
Source: Daily Maverick

Shale Impact: 
Double whammy on Nigerian economy as refined products import surge
Source: Business Day

Boko Haram: A Different Perspective
Source: Africa in Transition

Nigeria: A nation on the rise
Source: Supply Management

No ‘normal’ sex on porn channels, Jasa argues
Source: Business Day

People knew about porn TV- Icasa
Source: Moneyweb

The electrification of Africa
Source: Global Construction Review

Two locally based companies to look for oil off Gabon's coast
Source: Houston Chronicle

Dubai Chamber confirms speakers for Africa Global Business Forum 2014
Source; CPI Financial

Orange Uganda Reiterates Commitment to Supporting Local Innovation
Source: PC Tech Magazine

SHOCKER: Ghana players engage in sex to survive in Thailand
Source: Goal

King: Africa needs to invest in its women
Source: The State