Monday, October 20, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 20 October 2014

Erasing infrastructure deficit key to Africa’s growth, development – UN official
Source: UN News Centre

Africa Is Today's Attractive Destination For Increased Investment
Source: Government of Ghana

What’s motivating the Boko Haram cease-fire? – Part 2
Source: PBS Newshour

Rwanda to host 7th regional oil summit
Source: East African Business Week

India Planning To Invest More In Africa
Source: InSerbia News

IGAD-led South Sudan peace talks delayed again
Source: Radio Tamazuj

US Sets New Protocols for Ebola Health Workers
Source: Voice of America

Amama Mbabazi takes leave of NRM Secretary-General's office
Source: NTV Uganda

Nigeria Declared Ebola-Free by WHO
Source: The Wall Street Journal

African young achiever advises Michelle Obama
Source: The New Age

Julius Nyerere to land posthumous Catholic sainthood?
Source: NewsDay

Oscar Pistorius could be held in the same prison in Pretoria as Radovan Krejcir
Source: The Daily Mail

Kenyan girls trading sex for food: One woman's battle to help
Source: The Star

Nigeria saw off Ebola but fraud and Boko Haram plague country
Source: Financial Times

South Africa enlists Bank of China to help pull in Chinese investment
Source: South China Morning Post

Brussels strikes trade deal with East Africa
Source: Undercurrent News

Africa’s Sugar Ambitions Turn Sour
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Aliko Dangote on Development: 'Africa Needs Trade, Not Aid'
Source: Nigerian Bulletin

Ebola’s Economic Fallout Can’t Be Quarantined in Africa
Source: Bloomberg

Kenya among top 5 African aviation markets, says report
Source: Standard Digital

East Africa Targets Inclusive Prosperity for All
Source: CNBC Africa

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