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  1. Govt moves to revive economy
  2. ZMDC fires top management
  3. The buck stops with legislators
  4. Gumbura’s financial troubles mount
  5. A year after dube
  6. Take legislative business seriously
  7. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Legislators have their work cut out
  8. Zimbabwe: Saviour Kasukuwere On the Prowl
  9. Zimbabwe: U.S Removes Fertiliser Firm From Sanctions List
  10. Zimbabwe: Banned Goods Flood Zimbabwe
  11. South Africa: President Appoints New Public Protector
  12. Botswana: Africa's Model Democracy At 50?
  13. Zimbabwe: Opposition Legislators Receive Death Threats - Report
  14. Zimbabwe: Bankers Divided Over Bond Notes
  15. South Africa: Pro Gamers Fast Becoming 'Sports Superstars' - Commentator
  16. Ethiopia: Govt Arrests Blogger Seyoum Teshome
  17. Tanzania: Billions From Ghost Students Recovered
  18. Uganda: Report Corrupt Govt Officials So I Deal With Them - Museveni
  19. Ethiopia: Protesters Torch Bishangari Lodge
  20. Uganda: Museveni's Daughter, Son-in-Law, Exporting Labour to Middle East
  21. Nigeria: Presidential Jets for Sale - What You Need to Know
  22. Gambia: Has U.S. Banned Issuing Visas to Govt Officials and Families?
  23. Nigeria: Parliament Commences Fresh Inquiry Into Malabu Oil Deal
  24. Liberia: Lawmakers Elect New Speaker
  25. Nigeria: Kidnappers Storm School, Abduct Students, Officials
  26. Liberia: Missing Luggage - Passengers Issue Alert Against Flying On Air Maroc
  27. Algeria: One of Five Terrorists Eliminated Thursday in Djebel Oustili, Identified
  28. Egypt: Protest to Mark Anniversary of Maspero Violence Denied for 'Security Reasons'
  29. Egypt: Egypt and Sudan Sign Cooperation Agreements, Highlight Need for Free Trade
  30. Egypt: Rights Group Raises Concern Over Ongoing Prosecution of Journalists
  31. South Africa: No End to Student Protests in South Africa
  32. Uganda: Govt Mulls Another Licensing Round for Three Oil Blocks
  33. Uganda: Govt to Set Up Mineral Exploration Department
  34. Nigeria: How Senate Blocked Tinubu's Bill Seeking Special Status for Lagos
  35. Nigeria: Govt Accuses Europe, Others of Blocking Efforts to Build Power Plants
  36. Nigeria: State Targets U.S.$4 Billion Chinese Investment for Oil Industry
  37. Not again Horonga, not again
  38. Zim model ready for Miss Earth finals
  39. Seeing red -Chiyangwa warns fraudsters -Zifa board engages ‘bona fide’ creditors
  40. No decision yet on Tomana case — PG
  41. First Lady headlines NamZim indaba
  42. MPs to lobby for civil servants bonuses
  43. President consulted before rejecting Bill: Katsande
  44. ‘Acting PG offside on public prosecution’
  45. Govt mobilises $503m for inputs
  46. US removes fertiliser firm from sanctions list
  47. South Africa: My Heart Is Broken By Those Who Want Lectures to Continue - Student
  48. Zimbabwe: Mystery 'Cyclone' Invader a Growing Headache
  49. South Africa: SABC Board On Hlaudi Reappointment
  50. Namibia: Donkey Exports Planned for China
  51. South Africa: Ruling Party at Its Weakest Today - Secretary General
  52. Zambia: Opposition Leader Arrested
  53. Mozambique: Renamo 'Does Not Want Peace', Warns Nyusi
  54. Rwanda: Govt to Develop Airbnb Home Rental Service
  55. Rwanda: Kagame Reshuffles Cabinet
  56. Uganda: Schools Closed As Teachers Celebrate Their Day
  57. Uganda: Army Commander Jailed 10 Years for Murder
  58. Ethiopia: Govt Blocks Internet Amid Growing Protests
  59. Nigeria: Buhari Sends 3-Year Spending Plan to National Assembly
  60. Nigeria: Govt Accuses Shell of Crude Oil Theft
  61. Nigeria: Four Nigerians On Forbes Young Entrepreneurs 2016 List
  62. Senegal: Villages Deserted for Dreams of Europe
  63. Africa: African Rivals Set for Group-Stage Challenge
  64. Algeria: 9th International Comic Strip Festival Opens in Algiers
  65. Algeria: E-Payment Officially Launched
  66. Algeria: Council of Ministers Approves Finance Bill 2017
  67. Libya: Sirte Residents Face 'Collapsed' Health System, Food Shortages - Charity
  68. Algeria: President Instructs Govt to Reform Local Finances
  69. 8 more die in horror crash
  70. Black day for demo ban challengers •3 cases dismissed with costs •Peace period extend
  71. Cancer deserves more than awareness
  72. Chikore appointed Airzim COO
  73. Chimene ‘steadfastly’ backs Presidium
  74. Politburo meets today
  75. Govt allays food shortage fears
  76. Lesotho’s thorny road to freedom chronicled
  77. Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti
  78. First Lady for NamZim women conference
  79. South Africa: Stun Grenades Fired At Protesting Wits Students
  80. Zimbabwe: Twitter Roasts Mugabe Over Two-Watch Photo
  81. Lesotho: Real Freedom After 50 Years of Independence?
  82. Zimbabwe: High Court Judge in Bribery Scandal
  83. South Africa: Former Prisoners Launch Marimba Band
  84. South Africa: 'Stop Lecturing Protesting Students On What to Do'
  85. Zimbabwe: UN Rejects Ivory Export Proposal
  86. Africa: Tanzania Ranked High in Bridging Wealth Gap
  87. East Africa: Firm Wins U.S. $9.2 Million Award for 2007 Kenya Post-Poll Loss
  88. Uganda: Court to Hear Case Challenging MPs Cars
  89. Uganda: Activists Query Free Govt Internet, Demand Data Protection Law
  90. Uganda: Besigye's Party Warned Against Parallel Celebrations
  91. Africa: Bloodbath in Stock Markets
  92. Africa: Chadian Ninga Overshadows African Stars in Europe
  93. Africa: Nigeria Improves in Governance Index, Ranked 36th in Africa
  94. Nigeria: 5,000 Appeals Pending At Supreme Court
  95. Liberia: Supreme Court Halts Election for New Speaker
  96. Algeria: Algerian, Romanian Audit Offices Sign Memorandum of Cooperation
  97. Algeria: E-Payment Officially Launched in Algeria Tuesday
  98. Algeria: 1.4 Percent Hike in Public Industrial Production in H1 2016
  99. Algeria: Eleven Banks to Provide E-Payment Service - Minister
  100. Libya: AU Committee of Five to Over Libya Crisis
  101. Audit sniffs out Zimra scandals
  102. Incentives indaba for civil servants
  103. Tomana demands trial
  104. President arrives in Lesotho
  105. New policy crafted for sport
  106. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Stop the greedy, distribute inputs fairly
  107. Colombian voters reject peace accord
  108. ZAA US edition announces nominees
  109. ‘You threw me under the bus’
  110. Hwange Colliery revenue down 30pc
  111. Tanzania: Missing Key Link in Economic Growth Story
  112. Tanzania: Opposition Leader Accused of Eyeing Party Funds
  113. Uganda: Women Demand Museveni Campaign Sanitary Pads
  114. Uganda: Judges Petition Court Over Unfair Job Terms
  115. Nigeria: Proceeds of Buhari's Biography Donated to People Displaced By Boko Haram
  116. Nigeria: Senator Wants Buhari to Grant Amnesty to Treasury Looters
  117. Zimbabwe: Opposition's Biti Supports Mliswa in Crucial Election
  118. Zimbabwe: Food Aid Relief for Kuwadzana Residents
  119. Zambia/Nigeria: Coach Names Final Squad to Face Super Eagles
  120. Zimbabwe: Minister Chimene Says Bond Notes a Tool to Fight Sanctions
  121. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Youths Declare War On Minister Mombeshora
  122. South Africa: KZN Universities Brace for Third Week of Protests
  123. Zimbabwe: First Lady Pushes for Female Vice President
  124. Africa: How Ugandan MPs' Pay Compares With Counterparts' Worldwide
  125. Rwanda: Former Minister of Justice Jean De Dieu Mucyo Dies
  126. Kenya: Using Data From Cellphones to Help Nairobi Crack Commuter Stress
  127. Africa: Kenya Nominates Amina Mohamed for AU Chair Job
  128. Nigeria: Govt Rolls Out 3-Year Road Development Plan
  129. Nigeria: Govt Seeks Support to Recruit Teachers
  130. Nigeria: Children Below One-Year-Old to Get New Pneumonia Vaccine
  131. Nigeria: Gunmen Storm Nigeria Police Station, Kill Four Officers
  132. Africa: Africans Suffer Setbacks in Safety and Rule of Law - Report
  133. Egypt: Trade and Industry On Signing of MOU On Investment By South Africa and Egypt
  134. Algeria: New Law to Govern Public-Private Partnership
  135. Algeria: Handball Can 2016 - National Women's Team On Training Camp
  136. Algeria: European Commission - Significant Drop in EU Agrifood Exports to Algeria
  137. Algeria: World Shotokan Karate Do Championship - Six Algerians Compete in Sofia
  138. Uganda: Umeme Loses 48 Transformers in 7 Months
  139. Uganda: Fear Grips After Editors Summoned By MPs
  140. Uganda: Police Move to Introduce Body Cameras
  141. Uganda: Sacked Nakawuka Medics Reinstated
  142. Remedying injustice
  143. Revisiting Marechera’s ingenuity
  144. Over 600 cattle branded in Mash West, say police
  145. All set for official opening of Parliament
  146. Editorial Comment: Zanu-PF must regain focus – fast
  147. For musona it’s either ruin or the pursuit of success
  148. UNHCR decries violence in S. Sudan town
  149. Trump’s tax secret exposed
  150. SA sees regime change agenda in #FeesMustFall
  151. Sub-Saharan Africa economic growth to decline further
  152. Zimbabwe: Alleged Abuse in Zimbabwe Prisons
  153. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Denies Plot to Oust VP Mnangagwa
  154. South Africa: Voluntary Disclosure Programme Kicks Off
  155. Mozambique: Peace, but Not At Any Price - President
  156. Southern Africa: Archbishop 'Pained' Over Anglican Same-Sex Debate Outcome
  157. Zimbabwe: 'Mugabe Risks Violent End'
  158. South Africa: Protecting Biodiversity - People's Buy-in Is As Important As Science
  159. Malawi: The Failed Promise of Mining Embitters Malawians
  160. Africa: Kagame Picks Dream Team to Drive AU Independence
  161. East Africa: Kenya Wins Bid to Protect Exports to EU From Taxes
  162. East Africa: Uganda, Kenya in Spat Over Beef, Sugar
  163. Somalia: First UN Special Envoy for Refugees Amid 'Asylum Fatigue'
  164. South Sudan: Women Refugees - Pregnant and Homeless
  165. Nigeria: Nigeria At 56
  166. Nigeria: Buhari - I Know Things Are Difficult, but We're Working Out Lasting Solution
  167. Nigeria: Who's in the Running for the Nigerian Prize for Literature 2016
  168. Liberia: Nation Passes Law to Create Seats in Parliament for Women
  169. Mauritania: Govt Intensifies Crackdown On Anti-Slavery Activists - Campaigner
  170. Algeria: New Bill On Health Is Modern, Consensual
  171. Egypt: Supreme Constitutional Court to Rule On Protest Law Articles in December
  172. Morocco: Morocco's Business Express Moving in the Right Direction
  173. Algeria: Nation Able to Become First Solar Supplier to Europe, Africa
  174. Egypt: Lawyers Gather in Demonstration Against VAT Law
  175. Mozambique: Overcome Crisis By Selling Gas in Advance
  176. South Africa: Home Affairs Committee Applauds Arrest of Corrupt Border Officials
  177. Zimbabwe: Famous Orphan Rhino 'Tatenda' Dies - Game Park
  178. Mozambique: Govt, Renamo Joint Commission Suspends Its Work
  179. Botswana: President Khama Rallies Nation to Unity
  180. Southern Africa: Female Farmers Suffer Most in Southern Africa Drought
  181. Zimbabwe: Minister Threatens to Withdraw Student's Degree for Protesting
  182. South Africa: Congolese Immigrants March Against Kabila
  183. Kenya: Kotut Eyes Cardiff Half Marathon Title After Paris Conquest
  184. Tanzania: Shortages of Pharmacists Threatens Health Sector
  185. Somalia: Govt Asks U.S to Explain Strike That 'Killed Troops'
  186. Kenya/Congo-Kinshasa: Harambee Stars Skipper Wanyama Out of Congo Tie
  187. Kenya: U.S Lauds Kenya On Air Safety but Still No Clearance for Direct Flights
  188. Nigeria: British Ex-Serviceman Calls for Unity
  189. Nigeria: Army Releases 348 'Cleared' Boko Haram Suspects
  190. Nigeria: Another Nollywood Veteran, Tunde Alabi, Seriously Ill, Leg Set for Amputatio
  191. Nigeria: Veteran Nollywood Actor Elda Maya Dies
  192. Nigeria: Address by President Muhammadu Buhari on 56th Independence Anniversary
  193. Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Ci
  194. I’m not a prophet, my brother magaya is, but i know there’s a red line you can’t cros
  195. No plot to oust VP: Women’s League
  196. Zanu-PF solidly united: President
  197. 7 more women return from Kuwait arrive
  198. Politburo to discuss agric season
  199. Plans afoot for open female prison
  200. Amendment of Mines Act underway
  201. ‘Polytechnics, teachers’ colleges to offer degrees’
  202. Govt needs $29m for digitisation
  203. Chidyausiku slams lazy judges
  204. South Africa: Protesters Burn Down New Hospital Wing
  205. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Fight for Survival Leaves Many Badly Bruised
  206. Zimbabwe: Court Acquits Protestors, Says Demonstration Was Legal
  207. Zimbabwe: Presidential Scholarship Masquerade Nabbed
  208. Zimbabwe: Teenage Whizz-Kid Makes Academic History
  209. South Africa: Winnie Mandela Robbed of R83 000 Birthday Gift Money
  210. Botswana: Pula! Botswana At 50 - Love, Race and Duty in the Struggle for Freedom
  211. South Africa: Zulu King Not Guilty of Promoting Hatred - Rights Commission
  212. East Africa: Kenya, Uganda Set to Position East Africa As the Next Oil Frontier
  213. Uganda: U.S. Explains U.S.$79 Million Combat Helicopters' Aid
  214. East Africa: Regional Court Dismisses Homosexuality Case
  215. Uganda: Babies Die As 'Nurses Prepare for Speaker's Visit'
  216. Kenya: Geothermal Development's Turn to Profit Tilts Energy Mix
  217. Nigeria: Nigeria At 56
  218. Tanzania: Nigerian Firm Eyes U.S.$630 Million Power Project
  219. Nigeria: Buhari to Include Manufacturers in Govt
  220. Nigeria: Crude Oil Slumps After OPEC Deal to Cut Output
  221. Nigeria: Unicef - 400,000 Children Under-Five Threatened By Severe Malnutrition
  222. Algeria: OPEC Reaches 'Very Positive' Agreement
  223. Algeria: Towards OPEC, Non-OPEC Countries Meeting in Late November, Announces Del Pin
  224. Algeria: Boutarfa - OPEC Meeting in Algiers, 'Historic'
  225. Nigeria/Algeria: World Cup Qualifiers - Rohr Makes U-Turn, Accepts Uyo for Algeria
  226. Egypt: Assistant Prosecutor General Survives Bomb Attack
  227. Africa: Tanzania is Africa's 'Bright Spot in Economic Growth'
  228. Tanzania: Prime Minister Officially Moves to New Capital City
  229. Tanzania: Stakeholders Discuss Oil, Gas Bill
  230. Tanzania: Opposition Leaders Urged to Settle Differences
  231. Tanzania: Zanzibar Approves Constitution Amendments
  232. Arab Terrorist Convicted Of Destroying African Heritage In Timbuktu
  233. Clinton Foundation Distributed ‘Watered-Down’ AIDS Drugs To African Countries
  234. Thug Cops Chastised On Social Media For Harassing Black Kids Riding Their Bikes
  235. Texas Jail Authorities Ban 15,000 Books… But Allow Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’
  236. ‘I’m The Law Today, N*gga’: Pennsylvania Cop Fired Over Snapchat Slur
  237. Alfred Olango Who Was Shot Dead By El Cajon Police Was Unarmed
  238. Zim records $1,82 billion trade deficit
  239. Tearful Gonyeti narrates Jah Prayzah abuse
  240. War Veterans remand application dismissed
  241. Editorial Comment: Our diamond sector can shine forever
  242. Chloride operating at full throttle
  243. Africa’s big boys line up date with warriors
  244. Harare unveils $450m budget
  245. Parliament opening date moved
  246. First Lady rescues school
  247. ‘Digitisation will tell our story’
  248. South Africa: Why Heart Disease Is On the Rise
  249. Zimbabwe: Opposition Party Says Mugabe Owns 14 Farms
  250. South Africa: Signal Jamming in Parliament Was Unlawful - Supreme Court of Appeal