Saturday, November 29, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 29 November 2014

OPEC Elects Nigerian Minister as First Female President
Source: Telesur

Gabon to host this year's Pan African Youth Forum
Source: Vatican Radio

Uganda's GDP expands by 13 pct after rebasing
Source: Reuters

Lobbying in Africa: Nightmare on K street
Source: The Africa Report

Cote d’Ivoire-Gabon: Five-year trade reaches CFA 400b
Source: StarAfrica

Bantu cultural centre fades into a costly mirage
Source: The Independent

Ebola survivors banned from sex
Source: Stuff/Reuters

Saving Kenya's children born of incest
Source: BBC News

Coty campaign support helps create new marine sanctuary
Source: The Moodie Report

Ugandan President Plans Talks With Kenyan Counterpart Over Blockage Of Exports
Source: Bernama

National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki Is Sending Me Threat Messages – Gov. Wamakko
Source: Osun Defender

UAE donates 10 boats and a plane to Gabon
Source: The National

Botswana’s capital faces water shortage as major dam dries up
Source: Xinhua/Coastweek

Nigeria FM Says Country Prepared for Oil Price Drop
Source: Eurasia Review

Gabon SEZ to set up furniture cluster, woos Indian cos
Source: Business Standard

Lesbians in Kenya: The forgotten victims of AIDS
Source: Gay Star News

Museveni says Uganda lucky to have him in charge
Source: The News

Government ‘loses’ R35 billion more than last year to irregular spending
Source: The South African

Gulu and Detroit: Bicycles to the Rescue
Source: Africa in Transition

New 15-minute test for Ebola to undergo trials in West Africa
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/Reuters

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