Africa News Headlines for 12 December 2014

Antiporn law screws risque Ugandan singer
Source: Mail & Guardian

Why Rwandan men are rushing to be circumcised
Source: News of Rwanda

Mozambique sex workers learn to put life before money as HIV rates increase
Source: The Guardian

Africa Check: Does South Africa face an electricity grid collapse?
Source: Daily Maverick

South Africa: Don’t Let a Country’s Reputation Fool You
Source: Value Walk

Media Report: Advertising in Africa’s biggest economy
Source: MarkLives.com

Tutu marks 30 years since Nobel Prize
Source: Weekend Argus

Mugabe’s new ministers take oath
Source: SAPA

The Future of Egypt is in Education
Source: Egyptian Streets

Pulitzer-winning photojournalist dies in Liberia
Source: The State/AP

Six Africans Vie For $1m Global Teacher Prize
Source: Ventures Africa

Obama: US must remain vigilant in Ebola fight
Source: News & Observer/AP

Bad Hair Selfies Put Africa’s Rhino Poaching Crisis In the Spotlight
Source: The National Student

Three wise men from Africa promote reconciliation through interreligious dialogue
Source: National Catholic Reporter

Yale Programs Help Strengthen African Leaders, Businesses
Source: Yale University

China’s Cnooc Says $2 Billion Uganda Oil Field Development on Course
Source: Capital.gr

FOREX Africa: How Will Oil Price Collapse Affect Africa’s Big Three Economies?
Source: AFK Insider

Moody’s assigns first-time Ba3 rating to the Republic of Gabon; outlook stable
Source: Moody’s Investors Service

Ugandan shilling edges down, outlook seen stable
Source: Reuters

Africa Focus: Ghana seeks law to protect HIV persons
Source: Shanghai Daily

Clearing Land Mines Becomes Women’s Work in Mozambique and Beyond
Source: National Geographic

PHOTOS: ‘Thousands’ of Gambians Attend Antigay Rally
Source: The Advocate

Petition hopes to halt gay rights campaigner’s deportation to Uganda
Source: Pink News

Nigeria to Ghana Eurobonds Plunge as Oil Rout Hits Africa
Source: Bloomberg

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni lashes out at ICC, wants Africa to pull out
Source: Standard Digital

Vaalco strikes oil at Etame 8-H offshore Gabon but H2S remains a problem
Source: Oil and Gas Technology

Cameroon army kills 180 Boko Haram militants
Source: African Spotlight

A dynamic African woman lives up to Michelle Obama’s call to give girls the chance to go to school
Source: The Washington Post

EXCLUSIVE: Notorious British criminal and millionaire slum landlord Nicholas van Hoogstraten is bankrolling Mugabe’s ruthless wife ‘Gucci Grace’ to be the world’s first female dictator
Source: Daily Mail