In this week's round-up of headlines, we take a look at how Brazil is being influenced by Africa's economic development. We're also reading about Dr. Sheila Tlou, an AIDS ambassador in Uganda, and we're following Pope Benedict's tour of the continent.
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As Rich World Sputters, Brazil Looks to Africa
Weathering Africa’s Storms: Citadel Capital Pushes Big Investment Plans
Source: Wall Street Journal
Huge Eruptions at Nyamuragira Volcano in the DRC
Source: Chicago Tribune (Video)
Dr. Sheila Tlou, an AIDS Ambassador in Uganda
Julius Malema Breaks Silence on ANC’s Disciplinary Hearings As He Refuses to Resign
Source: The Africa Report
Pope Benedict Brings Message of Hope to Africa
Source: News24 (South Africa)
Could a Shared Currency in East Africa Help to Avoid Eurozone Woes?
Source: The Christian Science Monitor
South Africa Receives 53 Bids to Build Renewable Energy Plant
Source: Times LIVE (South Africa)
Outbreak of Cholera Hits Kenyan Refugee Camp
Source: Africa News
An Unhappy Poll Does Not Bode Well for Liberia’s Future
Source: The Economist