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

Africa-GreenWill Buhari’s Win in Nigeria Stick?
Source: Africa in Transition

Smartphone sales on the rise in East Africa
Source: New Vision

Samsung To Build Manufacturing Plants In Africa
Source: Leadership

Gabon optimistic for growth despite oil woes
Source: Zawya

Swedish Astrid Lindgren prize for African group
Source: The Local

Internet costs in East Africa set to decline
Source: Daily Nation

World Bank urges Africa to increase agricultural spending
Source: Shanghai Daily/Xinhua

800 million people have no access to clean water – Kutesa
Source: New Vision

Ethiopian Airlines Is Bringing Africa Together and to the World
Source: The National Law Review

World Bank backs contraception, sexual health in Sahel region
Source: Reuters

Internet of things is already shaping South African society
Source: IT Web

Is fibre optic cable key to Africa’s economic growth?
Source: BBC News

VIDEO: New footage of the first lion seen in Gabon in 20 years
Source: Mail & Guardian

Uganda male circumcision truck brings hope on HIV
Source: BBC News

Rwanda’s First Daughter On Women’s Rights: We’re Not There Yet
Source: Refinery29

Ghanaian millionaire quits Microsoft to build university that Educates young Africans
Source: Ventures Africa

Ebola Crisis in Sierra Leone Reportedly Led to Spike in Teen Pregnancies and Rapes
Source: The Root

Senegal Participates in International Student Assessment to Evaluate Education Quality and Student Performance
Source: The World Bank