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  1. South Sudan: UN Raises $500 Mln for South Sudan After "Painful" Visit
  2. South Sudan: Millions Edging Toward Famine
  3. Kenya: Police to Question All Drivers From Muchai Scene
  4. South Africa: Who Cares What He Says, What's Zuma Done This Year?
  5. Zimbabwe: State Journalists in Trouble over Mugabe Fall Pictures
  6. Malawi: Malawians Urged to Brace for Tough Times
  7. South Africa: It's Not Bullying or Sodomy, It's Male Rape
  8. Malawi: Kamanga Sworn in As Malawi Supreme Court Judge
  9. Malawi: Lexten Kachama Replaces Kanyama As Malawi Police As IG
  10. Namibia: Emotional Land Protests Rock Town
  11. Police dig in on traffic spot fines
  12. Chinese firms fleecing parastatals
  13. Mutasa resurfaces
  14. $5,4m computer centre launched
  15. Varsity lecturers down tools
  16. City to issue housing bonds
  17. Editor raps attempts to de-legitimise Herald
  18. The Diaspora puzzle…•Top musicians struggle to break through
  19. Zifa’s burial ground
  20. Mahachi for Young Warriors
  21. Top 10 Richest Countries In Africa Rated
  22. Malcolm X Legacy Contains Profound Lessons For Struggles Today
  23. America Is Becoming More Right-Wing
  24. Slavery Returns To Africa Thanks To Islam
  25. Which Are The Best Cities For Black Businesses?
  26. Former IMF Chief Strauss-Kahn Testifies On Pimping Charges
  27. Samsung Announces Its TVs Will Listen To Everything You Say
  28. Southern Africa: Lesotho Elections - SADC Committed to Regional Peace
  29. White Terrorism: Black Family’s $3.5 Million Home Firebombed
  30. Texas Neighborhood With ‘Caucasian Only’ Rule Shuts Down Black Man’s Business
  31. South Africa: President Zuma And A Nation In Distress
  32. Best Places For Black-Owned Businesses
  33. D.C., Where Blacks Are No Longer A Majority, Has A New African American Affairs Direc
  34. Haiti Faces More Anti-Government Protests
  35. Awkward Black Girl Issa Rae Secures HBO Pilot Deal For Her New Show, Insecure
  36. Egypt: 22 Killed in Clashes at Football Stadium - Prosecutor
  37. Tunisia: Tunisia MPs Ok Post-Revolution Government Led By Nidaa Tounes Party
  38. Africa: Africa Contact Urges Crans Montana Forum Not to Hold Forum in Occupied Wester
  39. Egypt: Deaths Ahead of Football Game Due to Stampede - Forensic Authority
  40. Egypt: Alexandria Court Sentences 10 to Prison, Including Award Winning Lawyer
  41. Nigeria: Elections Postponed. Nigeria On the Brink - Again
  42. Liberia: IMF Grants U.S.$100 Million Debt Relief to Ebola-Hit Countries
  43. Africa: Angelique Kidjo Dedicates Grammy Win to Women of Africa
  44. Nigeria: Softly, Softly - Humanitarian Schemes to Counter Boko Haram
  45. Nigeria: Boko Haram Crosses Nigeria Border for Assault in Niger
  46. Kenya: Pressure Mounts for Arrest of Muchai Killers
  47. Tanzania: Solar 'Generators' Power Up Remote Homes, Factories
  48. Sudan: Sudan-Linked Clients Kept U.S.$131 Million in Bank Accounts At HSBC - Report
  49. East Africa: Oil - Countries May Lose Out on Low Prices
  50. Kenya: Kenyans Stash Over Sh51 Billion in Swiss Accounts, Muthama Listed Among 742 Ho
  51. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Fall: 27 Guards Suspended
  52. South Africa: President Zuma and a Nation in a State of Distress
  53. South Africa: The Anti-Politics of Terrorism
  54. Africa: Why Mugabe Is Unfit for AU Chairmanship
  55. Botswana: Log Laid to Rest
  56. Malawi: ACB Nets Hospital Accounts Officer for Abusing K2 Million in Malawi
  57. Swaziland: How Swazi King Destroyed Iron Mine
  58. Malawi: IFAW to Treat Floods Surviving Animals in Nsanje
  59. Prof Moyo ‘gets started’ on Twitter, Facebook
  60. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Judicial incompetence inexcusable
  61. Tafadzwa LO$E$ the big one
  62. Spot fines illegal: High Court judge
  63. Daniel Shumba faces jail
  64. ZIFA casting shadow on the rest of Zimbabwean sport
  65. Bilboes plans IPO in 2016
  66. Sino-Zim deals’ progress hailed
  67. Boko Haram vows to fight regional force
  68. Zim’s mineral output value declines
  69. Egypt: Egyptian Gets 25 Years in Prison for U.S. Embassy Bombings
  70. Algeria: French-Language Novelist Assia Djebar Dies
  71. Egypt: Egypt, Italy Probe Economic Cooperation
  72. Egypt: Egypt Condemns Terrorist Attacks of Boko Haram
  73. Egypt: Sisi Meets New Governors
  74. Ghana/Cote d'Ivoire: Black Stars Fall in Afcon Shoot-Out
  75. Nigeria: Election Shift - Remain Calm, Buhari Tells Supporters
  76. Nigeria: Full INEC Official Statement On Postponement of 2015 Elections
  77. West Africa: Communities Receiving Ebola's Orphans With Open Arms, UN Agency Reports
  78. Mali: Security Council Demands End to Mali Violence, Urges Parties to Make Concession
  79. Sudan: President Downplays Opposition Boycott of Elections
  80. Ethiopia: Judge Withdraws from Case Against Bloggers, Journalists
  81. Burundi: Jailing of Journalist Raises Concerns Ahead of Elections - UN Rights Office
  82. Kenya: Witness Recounts How Kenyan Legislator was Killed
  83. Zimbabwe: Funding Drought Threatens Climate Change Response
  84. South Africa: Will South Africa's Minerals Bill Take the Road Less Travelled?
  85. Zimbabwe: President Mugabe's Wife 'Not in Coma?'
  86. Malawi: Dire Conditions for Malawi's Flood Survivors
  87. Zimbabwe: Shortage of Health Workers Threatens Health Delivery
  88. Malawi: Malawi Govt Completes Construction of Two Fuel Reserves
  89. Malawi: He Came, He Saw and He Got Bored - Davido Goes Nuts, Attacks Fan, in Malawi
  90. Malawi: Opposition Questions Malawi Govt Over Police IG Resignation
  91. High-powered Chinese delegation arrives
  92. All set for 21st Feb celebrations
  93. Mliswa at it again
  94. Funds for unemployed graduates unveiled
  95. BEAM audit opens can of worms
  96. Editorial Comment: You are politically ugly Mr Tsvangirai
  97. Finally, it’s Cote d’Ivoire
  98. Zim, EU to sign $270m deal
  99. ZETDC to spend $20m on infrastructure
  100. Twine Phiri’s application dismissed
  101. Ethiopian PM Calls For ‘Economic Integration’ With Djibouti
  102. Why So Many People Are Optimistic About Africa
  103. Slave Patrol’s Legacy — Modern Day Police
  104. Nigeria Postpones General Elections For 6 Weeks
  105. Morocco: African Lion - 2015 Edition - Caitlin Dearing Scott
  106. Ghana/Cote d'Ivoire: Outstanding Talent On Display At Afcon Final
  107. Nigeria: Breaking - INEC Postpones 2015 General Elections
  108. Nigeria: Deadlock As INEC Recs Give Jega Conditions for Poll Shift
  109. Nigeria: Civil Society Group Calls for Resignation of Service Chiefs
  110. Nigeria: Majority Parties Demand Poll Shift
  111. Kenya: Legislator, Bodyguards and Driver Shot Dead
  112. South Sudan: UN Warns of 'Dramatic Deterioration' in Food Security
  113. Sudan: Army Begins Integration of Ex-Rebels
  114. Somalia: Ethiopia to Deploy More Troops in Somalia, South Sudan
  115. Mozambique: President Nyusi, Ex-Rebel Leader Hold Crucial Meeting
  116. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Famed Forests Could Soon Be Desert
  117. Malawi: Police Restore Peace in Lilongwe After Riots
  118. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Mature, Gutu Foolish, Says Charamba On Mugabe Tumble
  119. South Africa: Pan-African News Agency Outlines SA Expansion Plans
  120. Zimbabwe: Allow Cellphones in Schools, Says Dokora
  121. Zimbabwe: Sino-Zim Trade Tops U.S$1,2 Billion
  122. Zimbabwe: Miner Dies After Inhaling Substance
  123. Europe On The Brink Of War
  124. President Obama Do The Right Thing: Lift Zimbabwe Sanctions Now
  125. Houthi Rise In Yemen Raises Alarm In Horn Of Africa
  126. Djibouti, Ethiopia Accuse Eritrea Of Undermining Stability
  127. New Jim Crow: ACLU Sues Georgia For Jailing Indigent Blacks
  128. Morocco: Morocco Fined, Banned From Two Afcon Tournaments
  129. Western Sahara: According to International Law, Crans Montana Forum Cannot Be Organiz
  130. Egypt: Egyptian Diplomat Meets Asian Countries Ambassadors to Discuss Terrorism
  131. Egypt: Egypt's Foreign Ministry Slams Reaction Against Recent Life Sentences
  132. Morocco: Foreign Ministry Refutes Any Secret Contacts Between Polisario Front and Mor
  133. South Africa: More Church Collapse Bodies Repatriated
  134. Africa: Afcon 2015 - Does The Host Have The Capacity to Provide Security?
  135. West Africa: 'Last Mile in Fight Against Ebola Will Be the Hardest - UN
  136. Nigeria: 60 Reasons I Won't Vote for Jonathan - Soyinka
  137. Liberia: Togolese President Gnassingbe Pays Solidarity Visit to Liberia
  138. South Sudan: Senior UN Official Says 'No Doubt' Rights Violations Are Ongoing
  139. Kenya: Hague Judges Admit Waki Report
  140. Africa: Africa's Unlikely Protectors
  141. Uganda: PhD Crisis in Uganda's Private Universities
  142. Kenya: Media Houses Yet to Write Official Complaint Over Cancelled Licence
  143. Zimbabwe: Grace's Empire Takes Shape
  144. Zimbabwe: Reserve Bank's Gono Unpacks RBZ U.S.s$1,3 Billion Debt
  145. Zimbabwe: Failing Health Plagues Mugabe
  146. Namibia: A National Call of Duty
  147. South Africa: Malawian National Busted for Human Trafficking
  148. Malawi: Unicef Says 300,000 Displaced By Malawi Floods, Double Previous Estimate
  149. Zimbabwe: Reserve Bank's Gono Faces Contempt of Parliament Charge
  150. If there is fury in Equatorial Guinea for, at least finishing fourth, spare a thought
  151. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Spare a thought for heroic E. Guinea
  152. Zimbabwe: The curse of foreign affairs illiteracy
  153. Humiliation for Dube
  154. Seven Traditional Zim Romantic Gestures
  155. Tsvangirai leaves seminar in a huff
  156. Lungu flies in for first official visit • . . . showers praises on President • . . .
  157. Serial rapist jailed 75 years
  158. 2014 Zimsec O-Level results out
  159. Mine seeks nod to reopen
  160. 3 Super Easy Ways To Support Black-Owned Businesses
  161. The Cradle Of Civilisation Will Never Be The Same
  162. What Will Mugabe Do For The African Union?
  163. South Africa’s ANC Talks Tough On Land As Unrest Flares
  164. Philly Cops Charged With Brutality; Video Shows Man Being Beaten
  165. 9 Revolting Videos Of Police Officers Abusing People (Just From Last Month)
  166. Yes, ISIS Burned A Man Alive. White Americans Did The Same Thing To Thousands Of Blac
  167. Uganda: CSOS Criticize Move to Export Health Workers
  168. Libya: Armed Men Attack Oilfield in Libya
  169. Libya: UN Mission Condemns Attack On Oilfield, Calls for Immediate Ceasefire
  170. North Africa: Islamic Finance Experts Predict Maghreb Market Growth
  171. Egypt: Interior Ministry Denies Thousands Are in Jail Due to Protest Law
  172. Egypt: 183 Muslim Brotherhood Supporters Sentenced to Death
  173. Sierra Leone: Sex Crimes Up Amid Ebola Outbreak
  174. Ghana/Equatorial Guinea: Ayew Brothers Strike as Ghana Disappoint Hosts
  175. Nigeria: Protest Rocks Abuja Over Alleged Plot to Postpone Elections
  176. West Africa: Ebola Funding Held up by 'Inefficient' WHO Alert System
  177. Liberia: Legislature Summons Executors of Ebola Vaccine Trial
  178. Uganda: 'Hoax' Cabinet Reshuffle Spread by 'Enemy Agent' - Govt
  179. Burundi: Jailing the Messenger in Burundi
  180. Somalia: UN Somalia Envoy 'Excited and Worried' About Political Progress in Year Ahea
  181. Kenya: Turkana Bandit Attack Leaves Four Dead, One Missing
  182. Kenya: Grenade Attack in Mandera Injures Three
  183. Zimbabwe: Even Jesus Would Have Fallen, Says Moyo
  184. Zambia: New Leadership - Confronting Acrimony and Old Challenges
  185. South Africa: Making Sense of the EFF's Land Policy
  186. South Africa: Military Aircraft Departs SA to Bring Back More Bodies From Nigeria
  187. Zambia: Kenneth Kaunda Still in Hospital
  188. Zambia: Mobile Stories Put Local-Language Reading in the Hands of Zambian School Chil
  189. South Africa: Massive Boost for Civil Society As U.S.$25 Million Long-Term Fund to Ad
  190. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwean Headmistress Charged With Murder After Caning Schoolboy
  191. Last women standing
  192. ‘football will win at the end’
  193. Crowd trouble as Ghana win
  194. Gunners to fight for PSL slot
  195. Liberation war hero Chiriseri dies
  196. Paying bonuses puts strain on Govt, says Chinamasa
  197. Gono faces contempt of Parliament charge
  198. Editorial Comment: When media brew storms in tea cups
  199. Macheso invades Marondera
  200. DTZ suspends rehabilitation of gold mine
  201. South Africa To Kick Out Zimbabweans
  202. Why The Fuss Over Robert Mugabe?
  203. Afrophobic South Africans A Threat To The Ruling ANC
  204. James Robertson Fund Nears $300K In Three Days, Support Continues
  205. NYPD Cop Charged After Video Shows Him Stomping On Man’s Head
  206. This Computer Genius From Togo Built His First Robot At 7
  207. Is Satan A Beast Banker?
  208. Libya: Libya a Terrorist Hotbed, Expert Warns
  209. Western Sahara: Two People Injured in Cluster Bomb Blast in Mijek
  210. Tunisia: Terrorist Attack 'Foiled'
  211. Tunisia: First Version of Five-Year Plan to Be Presented in Last Quarter of 2015 - PM
  212. Egypt: Turkey's Criticism of Death Sentences Is 'Ironic' - Egyptian Foreign Ministry
  213. Cote d'Ivoire/Congo-Kinshasa: Yaya Toure Powers Elephants to Victory
  214. Ghana/Equatorial Guinea: Fitness Worries For Ghana Ahead of Semi-Final Clash
  215. Liberia: Govt Starts Shutting Some Ebola Treatment Units
  216. West Africa: 2015 Elections - Turbulent Times Ahead
  217. Nigeria: In the Event of a Buhari Win
  218. Africa: The Invisible Lesson of Invisible Children
  219. Somalia: U.S. Bank Ending Money Transfers 'Catastrophic'
  220. South Sudan: Peace - Deal? What Deal?
  221. Somalia: U.S. Targets Al-Shabaab Leader With Drone Strike
  222. Seychelles: President Michel Confirms Candidacy for Next Elections
  223. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Collapses at Airport
  224. South Africa: Activists Under Attack By the Corporate State
  225. South Africa: Life During NPA Wartime (Again)
  226. South Africa: Malema Party to Confront Zuma Over Home Improvements At Parliament Open
  227. South Africa: Proteas Depart for the World Cup With Stomachs in, Chests Out
  228. South Africa: Where 12 Million Live in Extreme Poverty
  229. South Africa: How Xenophobic Violence Turned Joseph Tau's Life Upside Down
  230. South Africa: Most Mfuleni Tent Children Back At School
  231. AU Chairmanship for all Zimbabwe
  232. President in carpet mishap
  233. Under-performers to go, says Chief Justice
  234. Auditor-General raps tender procedures
  235. Mliswa freed on bail
  236. The one Comrade they can never get
  237. Police keen to quiz Uebert Angel
  238. When humanity exceeds fear
  239. Wenger warns Ospina
  240. TSL revenue goes up 19 percent
  241. Will Africa’s Largest Wind Project Transform Kenyan Economy?
  242. What About Eugene De Kock’s Victims?
  243. South Africans Ask Zuma To Resign
  244. Gorgeous Luxury Homes And Villas Of Africa
  245. “This Is A Hold Up! All White People Give Up Your Goods!” – Brazilian Robbers Choose
  246. It’s Time For A Children’s Bill Of Rights
  247. Nigeria’s War Against Boko Haram Sabotaged By The United States
  248. Rwanda: Kigali And Kinshasa Sign Information Sharing Agreement
  249. South Sudan: South Sudan's Elusive Peace
  250. Egypt: Greste's 'Incredible Angst' at Leaving Colleagues Behind