Africa News Headlines for 7 April 2014

JPMorgan, U.K. Government Invest in Fund for Africa Business 
Source: Bloomberg

20th Commemoration of the Rwandan Genocide 
Source: U.S. Department of State  

World Bank Says Political, Market Turmoil Weighing on Africa 
Source: Wall Street Journal

The Fourth Europe-Africa Summit 
Source: Business Day

Kenya, Turkey to ink deals to enhance bilateral ties 
Source: Shanghai Daily  

Africa Could Feed the World, But Smallholders Will Be Key
Source: Africa Progress Panel

Remote South Africa Village Gets Electricity for First Time — in 2014 
Source: Voice of America

Kenya’s New Bird Stirs Pride in Africa 
Source: Capital FM via AllAfrica.com

Marriott says to open 30 new hotels in South Africa by 2020
Source: Reuters

Nollywood Contributes Massively To Nigeria’s GDP 
Source: Ventures Africa

Nairobi on Course to Become Africa’s Second Top City 
Source: Nairobi News

Uganda Police Raid U.S.-Funded AIDS Research Program 
Source: Wall Street Journal

Obama: Rwandan genocide ‘shook the conscience of the world’
Source: The Hill

Marriott becomes largest hotel company in Africa 
Source: Capital FM

Nigeria is Officially “Africa’s Largest Economy” 
Source: Council on Foreign Relations/Africa in Transition

Rwanda: World Joins Rwanda in Mourning Genocide Victims 
Source: The New Times via AllAfrica.com

Kenyatta: We Will Not Negotiate With Terrorists
Source: Citizen News