Sunday, December 14, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 14 December 2014

S. Sudan couple say inter-marriage a way to restore tribal unity
Source: Sudan Tribune

Bill Gates Says Africa Should Copy Asian Giants’ Economic Development, But Will It Work?
Source: Ventures Africa

Idris Elba backs Mirror fundraiser to save Sierra Leone's Ebola orphans
Source: Sunday Mirror

Robert B. Oakley, Envoy Deft at Tackling Crises, Dies at 83
Source: The New York Times

Khoisan people of South Africa were once the most populous humans on Earth
Source: Ancient Origins

Museveni exits Kenya using a voter’s card
Source: Capital FM

ICC prosecutor halts Darfur war-crimes probe
Source: Aljazeera

Togo internet uptake lags
Source: Biztech Africa

Zuma: Electricity problems apartheid's fault
Source: Mail & Guardian

US, South Africa in a flap over chicken trade
Source: Moneyweb

Mobile phones aid healthcare innovations in Africa
Source: CNBC Africa

Angola Cables and Akamai Join Efforts in West Africa
Source: Productivity Applications @ IT Business Net

Israel’s Fight Against Poverty in Africa; Embassy Inaugurates Farm in Senegal
Source: The Jewish Press

After Barren Years in Somalia, Signs of Growth by the Bunch
Source: The New York Times

Solving Hunger in Ethiopia by Turning to Native Crops
Source: Newsweek

Uganda tops Africa in organic products export
Source: New Vision

Egypt's new regime is cracking down on the gay community
Source: Foreign Policy

DRC makes move to lure S.African private sector
Source: CNBC Africa

Ghana, Kenya bolster historic ties with new pacts
Source: GhanaWeb

Economics dominates Zambian politics
Source: SAPA

Mnangagwa cements his position as Mugabe’s successor
Source: CNBC Africa

Jonathan not afraid of Buhari –FCT minister
Source: The Sun

Ebola And Conflict Threatens Food Security In 38 Countries
Source: Newsroom America

Sudan Government To Invest $213 Million In Wind Energy Project
Source: Clean Technica

Somalia: Tribalism and Extremism Hinder Security
Source: Geeska Afrika

Renewable Energy: The Untold Story of an African Revolution
Source: Independent European Daily Express

Kenya's 'Maasai Olympics' fights dwindling lion numbers
Source: Daily Mail/AFP

In Nebraska, Sudanese immigrants are natural models, dedicated soldiers
Source: Omaha World-Herald

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