This week, we bring you analysis from South Sudan, as its young government begins to build a democracy. We also spotlight how an iconic story of South Africa is getting a new and refreshed treatment, as well as news from Egypt, Somalia, and Nigeria. If you'd like to receive our weekly news round-up in your inbox, make sure to sign up for our newsletter at africa.com/newsletter!
Africa Can Teach the World to Innovate, Says Author
South Africa's Iconic Jock of the Bushveld Gets the 3D and Celebrity Treatment
Source: Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
World Population to Top Nine Billion by 2050, 49 Percent Growth from Africa
Source: International Business Times
What Can the World Do About the Somalia Famine?
Source: The Atlantic
In Rare Interview, Qaddafi's Son Says Libya is Aligning with Islamists
Source: The New York Times
The Humbling of Hosni Mubarak
Source: The Economist
Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria Speaks on Islamic Banking
Source: Sahara Reporters (Nigeria)
Should South Africa Deport Zimbabwean Immigrants?
Source: The Zimbabwean (Zimbabwe)
Has the African National Congress Youth League Crossed the Line in South Africa?
Source: News 24 (South Africa)
South Sudan and Early Democratic Reforms
Source: The East African (Kenya)