Monday, March 10, 2014: Africa.com’s Daily Top 10
1. Oscar Pistorius Trial, Day Six - In Tweets
The trial of the Olympic star Oscar Pistorius has entered its sixth day. Follow the developments via this live stream page.
Source: The Guardian
2. 10 Features Of Nigeria’s Richest Individuals
A report suggests Nigeria’s richest individuals share similar characteristics "such as attraction to certain industries, choices of residential neighborhood, travel destinations etc."
Source: Ventures Africa
3. '100 Unsung Heroines': Celebrating The Everyday Women Inspiring Change
A photographer captures his country's lesser known women making a difference in their communities and honors them in this new series.
4. Kenyan President and Cabinet To Take Pay Cut
Find out why President Uhuru Kenyatta and his cabinet will take a pay cut.
5. South Sudanese Youth Returning Home To Fight Government
Close to 100 South Sudanese young people headed to South Sudan to fight the government's military. It's expected that 300 more people will join the group.
Source: Voice of America
6. Nigeria Falls Into 'A State of War' As Islamist Insurgency Rages
Islamist group Boko Haram has continued a rebellion in Nigeria's northern region leaving more than 1,000 people dead in the last two months.
Source: The Guardian
7. Anti-Gay Laws Are Political Boon Across Africa
Learn more about the impact of anti-gay legislation in Africa, and how it may reflect sentiment "deeply rooted in the culture."
Source: Christian Science Monitor
8. Libya Allows Use of Force Against Oil Tanker
Why the country's defense ministry allowed military officials to forcibly stop a North Korean tanker.
Source: Al Jazeera
9. Ivory Coast Tackles Music Piracy
Popular african acts like Magic System call Ivory Coast home. Find out what the country is doing to protect the creative rights of its home-bred musicians.
10. Omar Victor Diop’s Parisian Exhibition
Senegalese photographer Omar Victor Diop has a new exhibition on display at Paris' La Maison de l’Afrique. Check out some of the stunning portraits set to be on display.