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  1. Why Blacks And Native Americans Feel The American Flag Is Offensive
  2. Zambia: Kalusha Nominated For Fifa Council Membership
  3. Zambia: Police Arrest Muvi TV Journalist
  4. Zambia: Football Body Backs 'Self-Confessed Thief' Bwalya for Fifa Job
  5. Zimbabwe: 'Econet Founder Masiyiwa Has No Interest in Bond Notes Fight'
  6. Zimbabwe: Employers Engage Anti-Corruption Body Over Moyo Saga
  7. Zimbabwe: 'We Want Jobs Mugabe' - Student Arrested During Graduation Protest
  8. Zimbabwe: Former VP Mujuru Challenges Presidential Powers
  9. South Africa: Local Woman Brings Coding Skills to Marginalised Communities
  10. Kenya: Fears After Kenya Deports South Sudan Rebel Spokesman
  11. South Sudan: 3,500 People Are Fleeing Country Each Day - UN
  12. Tanzania: When Marriage Takes Away Your Right Over Your Body
  13. Burundi: Nkurunziza Stalls Talks, Eyes Term Limit Removal
  14. Somalia: Al Shabaab Gains Ground As Ethiopia Withdraws Its Troops
  15. Nigeria: Football Star Moses Helps Chelsea Thrash Everton
  16. Nigeria: Troops Kill 37 Boko Haram Militants
  17. Ghana: Nation Urged to Support Winner of Upcoming Presidential Election?
  18. Nigeria: Investigate Attack On Vanguard Reporter, Police Told
  19. Nigeria: Presidency Approves Two Supreme Court Justices
  20. Nigeria/Algeria: Algeria Clash - Absence of Goal Keeper Ikeme 'Not Cause for Worry'
  21. Egypt: 'Returnees From Libya' Sentenced to Death, Life in Prison
  22. Morocco: King Pays Official Visit to Senegal
  23. Algeria: Nation Elected to UN International Law Commission
  24. The Presidential Election And The Threat Of White Supremacist Violence
  25. Colin Kaepernick Starts Black Panther-Inspired Youth Camp To Teach Kids To Fight Oppr
  26. Blue Lies Matter Silent After Iowa Cop Killer Is Identified As White
  27. Michael Slager Staged Crime Scene After Killing Walter Scott
  28. 10 Ways To Support Black-Owned Businesses
  29. 40,000-Year-Old Tools Used By Stone Age Artisans To Create Body Paint Discovered In E
  30. Rumble in the jungle
  31. President caps 2 300 NUST graduates
  32. The cubs have tamed their goat and our warriors can also tame our fears and foes
  33. Climate pact enters into force
  34. EDITORIAL COMMENT : PSL, spare a thought for football sponsors
  35. Comesa boss to chair renewable energy body
  36. Walking for a healthy cause
  37. Gandawa detained over Zimdef saga
  38. Concourt suspends Prof Moyo arrest
  39. Media: End of Meaning
  40. South Africa: South African Taxi Association Introduces Racing League [SATIRE]
  41. Angola: State Oil Company 'Can't Even Afford Toilet Paper'
  42. Southern Africa: Leaders Deliberate On Lesotho, DR Congo Peace
  43. South Africa: Prosecuting Authority Not Captured By Anyone, Director Says
  44. Namibia: Anti-Corruption Body Charges Army General
  45. Zimbabwe: Counterfeit Bond Notes Printed - Govt
  46. Zimbabwe: Activists Dismiss VP Mnangagwa's Claims As 'Blatant Lies'
  47. South Africa: The Country Should Not Become Another Zimbawe
  48. Kenya: Govt Deports Riek Machar's Spokesman to Juba
  49. Uganda: 15-Year-Old Girl Delivers During Exams
  50. Uganda: Makerere Taken to Another Court Over MP Lubwama
  51. Kenya: Jubilee Holds Governing Council Meeting, Unveils New Officials
  52. Tanzania: The Trials and Tribulations of Magufuli's First Year in Office
  53. West Africa: Drug-Resistant TB Higher than Thought
  54. Nigeria: Dating Agency for People With HIV-Aids
  55. Nigeria: How I Almost Ran Away From Office - Buhari
  56. Cameroon: Amnesty Condemns Jailing Over Boko Haram Joke
  57. Libya: Hundreds Feared Dead in Refugee Shipwrecks
  58. Egypt: Govt Raises Energy Prices By Up to 47%
  59. Africa: Refugee Restaurant Dishes Up African Fare to Win Italian Hearts
  60. Algeria: State Won't Abandon Subsidy Policy in Finance Bill 2017
  61. Africa: Competition Funds Tech Innovations to Help Refugees
  62. Uganda: UN to Review Uganda's Human Rights Record
  63. Nigeria: Why U.S. Is 'Slow' in Helping Nigeria Recover Stolen Assets - Envoy
  64. Egypt: Lift Abusive Arbitrary Travel Bans
  65. Algeria: President Bouteflika Reshuffles Heads of Sub-Provinces, Local Administration
  66. Egypt: International Rights Groups Demand End to 'Arbitrary' Travel Bans
  67. Algeria: Work Bearing Image of Hugo Chavez in Algiers
  68. Egypt: Central Bank Hikes Interest Rates for 'One Night Only'
  69. Secret Recordings Fueled FBI Feud In Clinton Probe
  70. Jim Crow Jury Selected For Michael Slager The Thug Cop Who Murdered Walter Scott
  71. Police Chief Caught Doing Over 100 Miles Per Hour Gets A Laugh But No Ticket
  72. If You See These 9 Symptoms, Do An HIV Test Immediately!!!
  73. 13 Amazing Black-Owned Software And Tech Companies
  74. Peers call for sanctions to go
  75. Jitters as US presidential race goes to the wire
  76. RBZ tackles bond note fears
  77. Militants bomb Nigeria oil pipeline
  78. Tyre burst-induced crashes worry police
  79. Senegalese hitman scores wonder goal
  80. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Zim-SA BNC tonic for economic growth
  81. Timmy revisits comic moments with Bhonzo
  82. Counterfeit bond notes printed
  83. Gandawa arrested
  84. South Africa: Zuma Brings Shame to SA - ANC Veterans
  85. South Africa: 'We Are Happy You Are Still in One Piece,' Mugabe Tells Zuma
  86. South Africa: #StateCaptureReport - Key Players, Violations and What's Next
  87. South Africa: I Haven't Considered Resigning Yet - Prosecution Chief
  88. Zimbabwe: Zuma in Zimbabwe On a Two-Day State Visit
  89. South Africa: Parliament Edges Closer to SABC Investigation
  90. South Africa: Ruling Party Welcomes 'State Capture' Report, Promises Action
  91. South Africa: What You Need to Know About State Capture Report
  92. Tanzania: President Magufuli to Meet Editors
  93. Ethiopia: Unrest Worries Foreign Investors
  94. Uganda: Lecturers Deny Demanding University Shutdown
  95. Uganda: Railway Workers Protest Dismissal of Colleagues
  96. Ethiopia: Why Freewheeling Regime Needs State of Emergency
  97. Mali: Militants Still Waging War, Dismiss Ceasefire Report
  98. Ghana: Journalists Reject Fee to Cover Elections
  99. Nigeria: If Trump Wins U.S. Election, I'll Destroy My American Green Card - Soyinka
  100. Nigeria: AfDB Approves U.S.$600 Million Financial Support for Nigeria
  101. Tanzania: Public Servants Cautioned On Unethical Conduct
  102. Nigeria: Nigeria Commences Process to Kick-Start New National Airline
  103. Nigeria: Militants Blow Up Major Pipeline
  104. Nigeria: Billions Left Unclaimed in Nigerian Banks
  105. Nigeria: Senate Threatens to Boycott Sittings
  106. Nigeria: Officials Tear-Gas Protesting Shiites Demanding El-Zakzaky's Release
  107. Lil Wayne Dismisses Entire Black Lives Matter Movement
  108. Two Cops Executed By White Thug In Des Moines – Blue Lies Matter Absent
  109. Des Moines Police Killing Suspect In Custody
  110. Big Problem For Clinton: Black Voters Are Not Turning Out
  111. South Africa’s Day Of Rage Against Jacob Zuma
  112. Black Church Set Ablaze, Vandalized With ‘Vote Trump’
  113. Advancing Black Liberation Through Economic Justice
  114. Bogus cops on the prowl
  115. Zim, SA ties enter new chapter
  116. SA adds voice to UN reform calls
  117. Currency debate: The problem with adopting the rand
  118. What next for ‘lame duck’ Obama?
  119. RBZ must embrace social media on bond notes
  120. Civil servants housing scheme commendable
  121. China Eximbank: Bridging Africa’s energy gap
  122. Majoring in minor issues not Zanu-PF’s way
  123. EDITORIAL COMMENT: SEZs can boost economy, create jobs
  124. South Africa: Toilet Pushed Over With Woman Inside
  125. South Africa: Dam Levels Continue to Drop
  126. South Africa: Power Utility Wants to Finance Nuclear ... Bad Idea
  127. South Africa: Zuma Will First Study State Capture Report - Presidency
  128. South Africa: I'm Not Captured or Incompetent - Abrahams
  129. South Africa: Eskom Chief Implicated in 'State Capture' Report
  130. Zimbabwe: Professor Jonathan Moyo Arrested
  131. South Africa: State Capture Report Orders Zuma to Appoint Commission
  132. Tanzania: National Debt is Sustainable - IMF
  133. Tanzania: Magufuli Vows to Blacklist Kenya Firms Over Poor Work
  134. East Africa: Why Magufuli's Visit Should End Grandstanding Between Tanzania, Kenya
  135. Kenya: Troops to Leave UN Force in Sourh Sudan in Response to Commander's Dismissal
  136. Uganda: Opposition Leader Besigye Explains Why He Fought With Police
  137. Cote d'Ivoire: Voters Back New Constitution
  138. Gambia: Crackdown Threatens Presidential Election
  139. Africa: MTN Tests Facebook-Designed Voyager to Boost Internet Speed
  140. Nigeria: Breaking - Govt Approves 8 New Universities
  141. Sierra Leone: 'Help Us Upgrade, Don't Evict Us'
  142. Algeria: Cycling Tour Du Faso - Algerian Nassim Saidi Ranks Second
  143. Tanzania: TPSF Moves Its AGM to Morocco
  144. Algeria: UN Agencies in Algeria Appeal for Continued Food Assistance to Western Sahar
  145. Libya: Civilians Under Siege in Benghazi
  146. Algeria: New Solar Power Plant Launched
  147. Uganda: Govt Promotes Local Tourism
  148. Uganda: Relatives Give Up On Odongo's Postmortem Report
  149. Uganda: Who Owns Crane Bank?
  150. Uganda: Army in Spotlight Over Charcoal Deal
  151. Nigeria: Buhari Reacts to Senate's Decision to Reject U.S.$30 Billion Loan
  152. Nigeria: Niger Delta Leaders Present 16-Point Demand to Buhari
  153. Nigeria: Eight Suicide Bombers Blow Themselves Up - Army
  154. France Dismisses Compensation For Slavery
  155. Rich People Don’t Really Notice You—Or Your Problems – Study
  156. This Entrepreneur Built An App Without Knowing How To Code — Now She’s A Millionaire!
  157. UCA Student Expelled For Innocently Wearing His Bill Cosby Halloween Costume
  158. Here Are Six Black-Owned Apparel Lines For Young Black Girls And Teens
  159. BET To Air Original Documentary CHARGED: THE DA VS. BLACK AMERICA, 11/7
  160. Donna Brazile Fired From CNN For Allegedly Leaking Debate Questions To Clinton Campai
  161. Behold, our South African friends are in town!
  162. Civil servants’ home scheme gathers pace
  163. Sonia scores dream role in new telenovela
  164. Zimra accountant, wife in $1m tax scam
  165. Zesa negotiates export deal
  166. As algeria draft in another french – born star,what about our players?
  167. EDITORIAL COMMENT : New bond notes law vital for acceptability
  168. Specific transactions for bond notes: ED
  169. Trump camp denies report of tie to Russian bank
  170. Nigerian militant group threatens more attacks
  171. South Africa: I Certainly Will Not Resign - Prosecution Chief
  172. Zambia: Ruling Party Official Calls for Introduction of 7 Year Tenure
  173. South Africa: Permanent Removal of Rhodes Statue from University Approved
  174. Malawi: Govt Acquires Expensive Fleet for President Mutharika
  175. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party's Kasukuwere in Poll Rigging Storm
  176. South Africa: Zuma Has Failed As President - Nelson Mandela Foundation
  177. Malawi: Rural Malawians About to Go Online
  178. South Africa: 'Arrest Zuma' Demand Protesters
  179. Ethiopia: International Effort to Help the Country Shoulder its Refugee Burden
  180. Uganda: Officials Trade Blame Over Museveni's Stolen Cash
  181. Uganda: I Hope He Continues to Be Family's Light - 13-Year-Old Homebuilder's Mom
  182. Ethiopia: State of Emergency - Both Sides Determined to Fight to the Finish
  183. Ethiopia: Battered By Persistent Protests, New Govt is Formed
  184. Ghana: Electoral Commission Under Fire Ahead of Close Elections
  185. Nigeria: 'Make Treatment for Mental Illness Free'
  186. Nigeria: Buhari Orders Investigation into Sexual Abuse in Camps
  187. Nigeria: Govt Urged to Hasten Release of Remaining Chibok Girls
  188. Nigeria: Senate Rejects Buhari's Request to Borrow $30 Billion
  189. Egypt: Rights Lawyers Skeptical of Committee Formed to Review Cases of Young Detainee
  190. Morocco: Moroccan King to Pay Singer Lamjarred's Expenses in Paris Rape Case
  191. Morocco: Fishmonger's Gruesome Death Sparks Protests
  192. Algeria: Air Algerie Plans to Launch New International Routes - CEO
  193. Egypt: Govt Raises Subsidised Sugar Prices By 40% Amid Shortage
  194. Uganda: Crusade Against Police Indiscipline Launched
  195. Nigeria: Supreme Court Judges Accused of Corruption Step Down
  196. Nigeria: House of Reps Will Approve Buhari's Loan Request
  197. Mutsvangwa’s son at it again
  198. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Zimbabwe-SA trade talks providential
  199. Kasukuwere in poll rigging storm
  200. Mudhara Bonzo bounces back
  201. Zim among China’s top 18 targets
  202. Today we will get an idea of pasuwa’s gabon troops
  203. Pasi Ahearing begins today
  204. HIV vaccine: Historic trial begins
  205. Bond notes law promulgated
  206. President signs Special Economic Zones Bill
  207. Zimbabwe: Families Stranded After House Demolitions
  208. South Africa: Rand Rallies as Prosecuting Authority Drops Finance Minister Charges
  209. South Africa: Charges Withdrawn Against Finance Minister
  210. Africa: Africans Query Relevance of ICC
  211. South Africa: Prosecuting Head Refuses to Quit After Withdrawing Charges Against Fina
  212. Zimbabwe: Cricket Blacklists Journalists
  213. Zimbabwe: Army General's Corruption Warning Invites Scorn
  214. South Africa: Mineral Resources Minister Applies to Interdict 'State Capture' Report
  215. Kenya: Women Must Feel Safe in Matatus
  216. Uganda: Army Explains Few Women Recruits
  217. Rwanda: Govt Names 22 French Army Officers Accused of Aiding Genocide
  218. Kenya: Police Arrest Three More Linked to Mandera Massacre
  219. Uganda: Besigye Arrested - Again - Now at Unknown Location
  220. Nigeria: Officials Abusing Women, Girls Displaced By Boko Haram - HRW
  221. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Shot Dead Before Entering Resettlement Camp
  222. West Africa: French PM Rules out Slavery Reparations
  223. Ghana: Opposition Leader Hails Reinstatement of Candidacy
  224. Nigeria: Officials 'Sexually Exploiting Women, Girls Displaced By Boko Haram'
  225. Egypt: Egypt Secures Seat At UN Human Rights Body
  226. Algeria: Indications Show Rise in National Economic Growth, Says Bouchouareb
  227. Egypt: One Year After the Russian Plane Crash - a Timeline
  228. Africa: Agreement for Pharmaceutical Development in Africa Inked
  229. Algeria: Three Movies Awarded At Montpellier Mediterranean Film Festival
  230. Uganda: My Colleagues in Opposition Never Appreciated Me
  231. Uganda: Coming of Coloured TV Sets to Uganda
  232. Uganda: No One Has Seen His Face - the Cobbler Confined in His House for 22 Years
  233. South Sudan: Tensions Rising After Attack On Civilians
  234. Uganda: Opposition Disowns 'Acting Party President'
  235. Nigeria: Don't Sing My Praises or Be Sycophantic, Ganduje Tells Kano Residents
  236. Nigeria: Igbo Leaders Restate Commitment to Nigeria, Demand Nnamdi Kanu's Release
  237. Nigeria: Budget Padding - 100 Days After, Jibrin Insists On Dogara's Arrest
  238. Nigeria: How Top Politician Lied, Deceived U.S. Court
  239. Nigeria: I Made Africa's Richest Woman, 24 Others Become Billionaires - Obasanjo
  240. ‘Italian quakes could last weeks’
  241. ICC on agenda as Kenyatta meets Sudan’s Al-Bashir
  242. The stupidity of politics of slogan, electioneering
  243. Maduro, opposition in talks
  244. 1 038 graduate at WUA
  245. The rise and rise of Andy Muridzo
  246. Zimplats completes study for new project
  247. Pasi sought approval from juniors
  248. Editorial comment
  249. What a shocker!
  250. South Africa/Malawi: Malawi Stars On Target in South Africa League