Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 13 August 2014

UNICEF Report: Africa's Population Could Hit 4 Billion By 2100
Source: NPR/All Things Considered

South African men have less sex than the global average
Source: Capital FM Lifestyle Magazine

Rights Groups in 'Recon' Mode Following U.S.-Africa Summit
Source: The Advocate

Ebola Outbreak Impacts on The African Football
Source: StarAfrica

Uhuru back from US, gets down to work
Source: Capital FM

New Malawi leader stakes claim to lake
Source: New Zimbabwe

Museveni hires US firm for PR
Source: The Observer

Porn is not illegal, StarSat argues
Source: Tech Central

In Uganda, Museveni and MPs appear at odds over anti-gay bill
Source: San Diego Gay & Lesbian News

Tom Donohue: Africa a Land of Opportunity for American Business
Source: Noozhawk

Ugandan President Appears To Be Stalling Efforts To Revive Anti-Homosexuality Bill
Source: BuzzFeed

Which cities hold the key to unleashing growth in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Source: PWC

Africa’s affluent ready to pay a premium for quality: EMS survey
Source: CNBC Africa

China hopes US will also do its best to support Africa development
Source: BD Live

US-Africa Summit shifts relationship from aid to commercial partnership
Source: IOL Business Report

Obama Directs $10M To Fight Terrorism in Africa
Source Forbes

Museveni okays ‘private’ gays
Source: The Observer

Liberia looks ahead with new oil bid round
Source: Reuters

US-Africa relations: America will laugh last, and longest
Source: The Observer

Is the IMF Going to Save Ghana’s Troubled Economy?
Source: Africa in Transition

A railway deal, the Chinese, and a minister gone rogue
Source: The Observer

Africa’s Biggest City Fights ‘Wicked Lies’ on Ebola Myths
Source: Bloomberg

Africa can do a lot with the newfound attention
Source: Gulf News

Uncertainty as Power Africa moves offices
Source: Standard Digital

Ebola Also Devastates Wild Ape Population
Source: Voice of America

Samsung Unveils First Solar Powered Internet School In Ghana
Source: Ventures Africa

Study indicates significant potential for low operating cost at Mebaga
Source: Creamer Media's Mining Weekly

Rhinos being airlifted to safety out of South Africa
Source: UPI

WHO urges greater Kenya scrutiny over Ebola
Source: Capital FM

The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit: 
A Resounding Success Exposing American Media’s Ignorance of Emerging Africa
Source: Brookings Institution/Africa in Focus

Q & A: What Young African Leaders Are Saying About Obama’s Summit
Source: AFK Insider

Africa's last polar bear dies - Joburg Zoo
Source: The Citizen