Thursday, March 6, 2014: Africa.com’s Daily Top 10
1. Niger Extradites Gadhafi's Son Saadi to Libya
The son of Gaddafi fled shortly after the ousting and murder of his father in 2011. Now, he is back in Libya.
Source: Voice of America
2. Oscar Pistorius Trial Day Three - In 60 Seconds
Need a recap of yesterday's proceedings? Here is a 60 second video to get you up to speed on what is unfolding.
3. The African Savannah Is Even More Beautiful From A Bird's-Eye View
From an ultra-light aircraft, photographer Zack Seckler captured stunning photos of wildlife in Botswana. Take a look at photos from the series giving a "captivating view of the savannah.
4. US Freezes $458m Hidden By Former Nigerian Leader Sani Abacha
The US government froze more than $458 million from former Nigerian president Sani Abacha. The sum was said to be "obtained through corruption and hid in bank accounts around the world."
Source: The Telegraph
5. South Sudan: Fatal Gunfire In Army Barracks Where War Started
Gunfire rang out in South Sudan's capital this week but not due to the ethnic violence. It s reported to be a response to pay disputes.
Source: Christian Science Monitor
6. Torture Claim In Egypt Trial of Al Jazeera Journalists
Source: Mail & Guardian
7. Moroccan King Plays Up Business, Religious Ties On African Tour
Morocco's King Mohammed VI is currently on a tour of the continent's Western and central regions. Learn more about the king's plans to build trade agreements.
8. Saving Mothers and Their Newborns in Africa
How rural areas of living for most people on the continent can be a barrier to good health care in sub-Saharan Africa.
9. ‘Age Is Nothing But A Number,’ Says The Young CEO Behind The Helvetic Group
This 29-year-old CEO of a multimillion dollar company says business owners should not let age get in their way.
Source: How We Made It in Africa
10. Accra's Art Festivals Make Streetscapes Into Public Space
Find out why the annual Chale Wote festival is one of Ghana's most anticipated art event.
Source: The Guardian