Africa News Headlines for 31 March 2015

Nigeria Election 2015 Results: Muhammadu Buhari Wins Against President Goodluck Jonathan Source: International Business Times Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan Concedes to Muhammadu Buhari Source: Africa in Transition Q&A: Monitoring violence during Nigeria’s elections Source: Sub-Saharan Monitor Will Buhari’s Win in Nigeria Stick? Source: Africa in Transition Smartphone sales on the rise in East Africa Source: …

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Africa News Headlines for 31 January 2015

Meet Uganda’s First Olympic Snowboarder Source: Outside Everybody in Uganda Is Kung Fu Fighting Source: Roads and Kingdoms Perils And Future Of Circumcision Politics Source: The Star UN chief tells African leaders not to ‘cling to power’ Source: Yahoo! News/AFP Five African investment hotspots for 2015 Source: How We Made It in Africa Mobile Streams …

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Africa News Headlines for 7 January 2015

Gambia’s Jammeh reshuffles cabinet after coup attempt Source: Yahoo! News/Reuters 2015: A Pivotal Year for Obama’s Africa Legacy Source: The National Law Review Shell settles oil spill claims in Nigeria Source: UPI African Studies Association of Africa calls for papers Source: The Guardian U.N. says wants fewer but better performing troops in Congo Source: Reuters …

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Africa News Headlines for 20 August 2014

China must stop its arms sales to war-torn South SudanSource: South China Morning Post Shortage of school toilets leaves stinkSource: IOL/Daily News Africa’s necessary data revolutionSource; Korea JoongAng Daily E-readers bring hope to Africa’s schoolsSource: CNN Uganda Foreign Missions websites a disasterSource: New Vision African Women Are Africa’s FutureSource: The Huffington Post ‘Sony phones top …

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Africa News Headlines for 19 August 2014

Plan early, Uganda sports federations urgedSource: Kawowo Gender Commission criticises Uhuru’s Envoys listSource: Kenya Satellite Network United Nations warns Nigeria on dangers of open defecation Source: The Guardian UN predicts rapid urbanization in UgandaSource: New Vision African elephant numbers collapsingSource: Nature Legalising prostitution could ‘boost’ SA’s economySource: Eyewitness News Biggest porn watchers in SA revealedSource: …

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