Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 20 August 2014

China must stop its arms sales to war-torn South Sudan
Source: South China Morning Post

Shortage of school toilets leaves stink
Source: IOL/Daily News

Africa’s necessary data revolution
Source; Korea JoongAng Daily

E-readers bring hope to Africa's schools
Source: CNN

Uganda Foreign Missions websites a disaster
Source: New Vision

African Women Are Africa's Future
Source: The Huffington Post

'Sony phones top for porn in SA'

Can China Save Africa's Elephants?
Source: Bloomberg View

Global Consulting Firm Links Businesses to Partnerships in Africa
Source: AFK Insider

'In Morocco youth unemployment is driving up inequality'
Source: The Guardian

Aga Khan Development Network to Invest U.S. $1 Billion (Sh1.6 Trillion)in Expansion Plans for Tanzania
Source: Daily News

Conservationists Urge Action As African Elephants Reach Tipping Point
Source: NPR/Here & Now

African Media Tries to Educate Public About Ebola
Source: Voice of America

Mutharika Urged to Protect Sexual Minorities in Malawi
Source: Nyasa Times

UK, US support Uganda malaria eradication efforts
Source: New Vision

Museveni tells off Bukusu, Bagisu over archaic circumcision ritual, 
says it promotes prostitution
Source: The Star

These Two Charts Show How China Is Helping Decimate Africa's Elephants
Source; Foreign Policy

President Uhuru assures investors in tourism industry of support
Source: Standard Digital

FM: Kenya Supports Iran's Right to Use Peaceful N. Technology
Source: Fars News Agency

In Liberia, Ebola Quarantine Sparks Riots
Source: NPR/Here & Now

Clearing the air on US-Kenya relations
Source: Standard Digital

Why Are So Many Women Dying From Ebola?
Source: Foreign Policy