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  1. Mujuru fingered in chicken scam
  2. Gold deliveries surpass London market mark
  3. US Catholic bishops meet
  4. Baba Jukwa suspects’ bail conditions relaxed
  5. Isabel Dos Santos Plans $1.5bn Acquisition Of Portugal Telecom
  6. ‘Cat-Call’ Viral Video Meant To Distort The Image Of Black Men
  7. Ku Klux Klan Opens Its Door To Blacks, Jews And Gays In New Recruitment Drive
  8. Africa Needs To Fully Leverage Its Oil And Gas Resources
  9. The US Ruined Libya
  10. Mara Group Challenges WhatsApp With New African Messaging App
  11. Muslim Suicide Bomber Kills 48 Nigerian Students
  12. Nigeria: Nigerian Woman Appointed to Pennsylvania State Board
  13. Kenya: State Urged to Sign Saudi Jobs Agreements
  14. Kenya: ICC Rejects Elders Plea
  15. South Africa: Government Leaders Set for Better Governance
  16. Malawi: Malawi Queens Lose Third Game to England in the Fast 5
  17. Africa: Morocco Demands AFCON Delay
  18. Egypt: Army Kills 'Terrorists'
  19. Egypt: Security Uncover 'Destructive Plans'
  20. Egypt: Mursi Palace Clashes Trial Postponed
  21. Egypt: Cabinet Plans to Face "Foreign Private Channels" Which Harm "Egypt's Reputatio
  22. West Africa: Ebola Puts 'Social Fabric' in Danger
  23. Tunisia: Foreign Ministry Recommends to Tunisian Nationals Not to Go to Burkina Faso
  24. West Africa: Sahel Neighbours Rethink Security Strategy
  25. Sierra Leone: Scaling Up Ebola Response:'Together We Must Do More'
  26. Angola/Burkina Faso: Burkina Faso/Angola Match to Be Played in Ouagadougou
  27. Africa: Q&A - Rolling Out Malaria Vaccine Research Across Africa
  28. Kenya: Kenya Seeks to Review Laws on Religious Organisations
  29. Africa: Bringing More International Pressure to Bear On Wildlife Crime
  30. Uganda: Police Not Probing Ex Prime Minister
  31. Zimbabwe: Economy at Crossroads - IMF
  32. South Africa: G20 to Focus On Global Growth
  33. Southern Africa: Makinda Praised for Landing SADC Bunge Presidency
  34. Mozambique: Mozambique Elections - Commonwealth Observer Group Interim Statement
  35. Ethiopia: Ethiopia, South Africa Sign Cooperation Agreement for Science and Technolog
  36. The power is yours ZPC Kariba
  37. Dinyero sees light at end of tunnel
  38. Flame Lily, Gunners win
  39. Triangle beat Chiredzi
  40. Rugare Gumbo: Fly that can never deliver honey
  41. Raise God-fearing kids, says Makandiwa
  42. Mat North raises US$100k for Zanu-PF Congress
  43. ‘Zim has nothing to hide on Ebola’
  44. High wire artists cross the mighty Victoria Falls
  45. ZBC audit report out
  46. Egypt: American Economic Delegation to Visit Cairo On Sunday - Cabinet Statement
  47. South Sudan: UN Chief Lauds Steps to End Conflict
  48. Zambia: Eight Candidates Jostle for Presidency
  49. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Fed Lies By Reactionary Forces - War Vets
  50. Egypt: Sisi Meets Greek PM Ahead of Cairo Tripartite Summit
  51. Egypt: Hundreds of Journalists Object to Unconditional Media Support for Regime
  52. Nigeria: Anti-Terror Strategy Isn't Working
  53. Gambia: UN Investigators Denied Access
  54. Nigeria: Many Feared Dead in Deadly Bank Attack
  55. Nigeria: Generals Escape Death As Boko Haram Intensifies Attacks
  56. Africa: Businesses Join AU, AfDB and UNECA in Ebola Fight
  57. Sudan: Assailant Killed At Presidential Palace
  58. South Sudan: Rivals to Command Separate Armies During Transition
  59. Somalia: Death of Al Shabab Boss Will Not Halt Attacks - UN
  60. South Sudan: Govt Uncovers 'Secret' Military Training Camp
  61. Kenya: Suspects Nabbed Over Deadly Attacks
  62. Mozambique: Ex-Rebel Leader Calls for Caretaker Govt
  63. South Africa: Major Union Expelled From Federation
  64. South Africa: Deceased Player Nominated for CAF Award
  65. Zambia: Scott Has No Powers, He Is Ceremonial - Sakwiba
  66. Zambia: Musician Charged for Pornography
  67. Zambia: Sata's Body Viewing Suspended for Saturday Morning
  68. Zimbabwe: Chamisa a Brand We Can't Lose - Mwonzora
  69. Zimbabwe: Resolve Doctors' Strike - MDC-Renewal, NCA
  70. Zimbabwe Army On High Alert On Zanu-PF Internal Strife?
  71. GE Oil & Gas Commence Fabrication Of Subsea Wellheads In Nigeria
  72. Rev. Pinkney Convicted, Threatened With Life In Prison
  73. Ferguson Waits Uneasily For Grand Jury’s Rigged Decision
  74. Libyan Rebels Threaten Secession Over Rival Parliament
  75. Obama Nominates First Black Woman For Attorney General
  76. Judge Approves Detroit Bankruptcy Plan
  77. Africa: Powder Harnesses Sun to Zap Mosquitoes
  78. Africa: Player of the Year Nominees Announced
  79. Libya: UN Studying Supreme Court Ruling Against Parliament, Calls for Political Conse
  80. Egypt: Sisi Africa's Most Influential Leader - Forbes
  81. Egypt: Egypt Asks UN to Open Probe Into MB Document-Forging Case
  82. Nigeria: 18 Killed After Army Round-Up
  83. Burkina Faso: Interim Leader Rejects AU Deadline
  84. Nigeria: Thousands of Inmates Freed in Attacks
  85. Nigeria: Run-Off Likely in 2015 Polls - Analysts
  86. Liberia: New U.S. 25-Bed Field Hospital for Health Care Workers Opens
  87. Kenya: Speeding MP Slapped, Sparks Protests, Barricading
  88. Africa: Forest Cameras Monitor Endangered Species
  89. South Sudan: Snapshots of a Divided Country
  90. Kenya: Five to Die for Killing Bishop
  91. Tanzania: PM Upset by Aid Pullout
  92. Zimbabwe: Army On High Alert On Zanu-PF Internal Strife
  93. Botswana: Court Rules Against Govt on Parliamentary Powers
  94. South Africa: South Africa to Probe Zim Torture
  95. South Africa: MP Malema Suspended Without Pay
  96. South Africa: Fighting Drug Resistant TB
  97. South Africa: Agency Downgrades Credit Rating
  98. South Africa: Mr President, S. Africa Is Not the Only Country Giving Free Housing to
  99. South Africa: Marikana - World Bank Loan Undermines Lonmin's Arguments, Says Academic
  100. Four nabbed over Southlea Park violence
  101. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Civil servants bonus welcome
  102. Is This The Decider?
  103. Defiant Midzi triggers demo
  104. Bar Talk: Of undesirable flowers and straw giants
  105. Bringing back lost magic
  106. 20 Zim experts to help fight Ebola
  107. Politics: When the notion of seniority does not assist
  108. President Mugabe caps 1 986 at Nust
  109. Diamond tender a success
  110. U.S. Army Apologizes, Removes ‘Negro’ As Acceptable Term For Black Soldiers
  111. An Arab Is The Most Powerful Man In Africa According To Forbes
  112. Nigerian Billionaire Aliko Dangote Is Africa’s 2nd Most Powerful Person
  113. 18 Things You Didn’t Know About Robert Mugabe
  114. Michael Brown’s Mother Could Face Felony Armed Robbery Charges: Report
  115. Carvel Watson Wants You To Buy Black, Love Being Black And Always THINK Black
  116. White Comedian Thinks Tweeting Slavery-Inspired Rape Fantasies About Black Women Is F
  117. Egypt: Sisi Mourns Behira Accident Victims, Orders Traffic Control Plan
  118. Libya: Conditions Worsen in Benghazi
  119. Algeria: Algeria, Tunisia Have Same View On Settlement of Libyan Crisis Through Dialo
  120. Algeria: President Bouteflika Conducts Reshuffle in Diplomatic Body
  121. Tunisia: Marzouki Declares Thursday As National Day of Mourning
  122. Morocco: Moroccan Army Deploy to Streets
  123. Nigeria: Oil Price Decline Triggers Stock Market Slide
  124. West Africa: Ecowas Brokers Burkina Faso Deal
  125. Nigeria: Boko Haram Overrun Five More Areas
  126. Nigeria: Boko Haram Suspects Killed, Say Local Leaders
  127. Africa: Hope for Ebola Vaccine in Early 2015
  128. Sudan: UN Probes Mass Rape Allegations
  129. Somalia: 'No Confidence' Motion Tabled Against Prime Minister
  130. Kenya: Priest to Hang for Killing Bishop
  131. Kenya: Selling 2008 Poll Violence Stories to Highest Bidder
  132. Rwanda: Farmer Test May Prove Value of Climate Forecasts
  133. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party to Split?
  134. South Africa: Race Row - Singer Takes Puppet to Court
  135. Botswana: Police Probe Students Riot
  136. South Africa: No Fair Hearing for Metalworkers' Union, General Secretary Says
  137. South Africa: Special Envoy to Nigeria Named
  138. Malawi: Mphwiyo's Fleet of Cars Impounded
  139. Zimbabwe: First Lady Lashes Out At Privately-Owned Media
  140. Lesotho: SA Deploys Police in Lesotho
  141. Jabu gang’s US ties exposed
  142. President dares diamond industry
  143. Vote of no confidence in Midzi
  144. Centurion Boys Club
  145. Livestock industry faces collapse
  146. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Violence will never be the answer
  147. CTC blocks Irvine’s, Profeeds merger
  148. Sting 2014 ready to rumble
  149. Bunjira brews huge storm
  150. Pre-Budget indaba is no holiday getaway
  151. New Regulations Allows The Army To Call Black People Negro
  152. Ivory Smuggled On China State Trip: Report
  153. Of Uncle Toms And Black-On-Black Racism
  154. Election 2014: Who Could Deliver? That Was The Question!
  155. Ebola Virus Slowing In Liberia
  156. Joseph Kony In Sudan-Controlled Enclave – Report
  157. Nigeria: Friday Declared a Public Holiday in Lagos
  158. Africa: 36 Frican Countries Contemplate Hague Withdrawal
  159. Rwanda: Police Launch Anti-GBV Campaign in Prisons
  160. Rwanda: Genocide - British Court Rejects Plea to Deny Govt Access to Witness Testimon
  161. Egypt: 16 Killed in School Bus Crash
  162. Tunisia: Gunmen Fire On Army Bus
  163. Tunisia: Four Persons Killed in Terrorist Attack On Military Bus
  164. Tunisia: Three Soldiers Killed, 12 People Wounded in Terrorist Attack Near Nebeur
  165. Egypt: Fatal Bus Accident in Damanhur Near Nile Delta
  166. Burkina Faso: Where Democracy Has Always Run on Protests and Coups
  167. Nigeria: Nollywood Tales
  168. Burkina Faso: West Africa's Arab Spring?
  169. West Africa: Ebola Drains Development Budgets
  170. Cameroon: Shia Muslims Mourn Killed Worshippers
  171. Kenya: Oil Behind Turkana Fight, Say Leaders
  172. Kenya: Dilemma Over County Boundaries in Kenya
  173. Africa: Kenya, Eight African States Plan U.S. $1.9 Billion Telescope
  174. Kenya: Degree Nightmare Back to Haunt Joho
  175. Kenya: Uhuru Ditches Limo, Pays Sh30 Matatu Fare Into CBD
  176. South Africa: Politics Sparked Marikana Clash
  177. South Africa: Controversial MP Convicted
  178. Zambia: Will Ruling Party Outlive Sata?
  179. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Calls for Probe of V-P
  180. Mozambique: Renamo Refuses to Hand Over Militia List
  181. Congo-Kinshasa: South Africa Pushes for Inga Hydro Project in DRC
  182. Africa: Russian Coach Apologises for Racist Comments - Report
  183. South Africa: Marikana - Phiyega 'Not Fit for Office'
  184. Cottco applies for judicial management
  185. Airzim engages Canadian manufacturer
  186. Concourt reserves Gono, Kereke ruling
  187. Mliswa concedes
  188. EDITORIAL COMMENT: A vibrant stock market lures investors
  189. Violence erupts in Harare South
  190. Judgment on ethanol blending case reserved
  191. Musicians optimistic… as Zimura intensifies revenue collection
  192. Masakadza shines
  193. Court to decide on $45m gems seized in Belgium
  194. South Sudan Rejects UN Meddling In Country’s Affairs
  195. South Africa Pushes For Grand Inga Hydropower Project Go-Ahead
  196. Sudan: Mass Rape Of 200 Girls In Darfur
  197. Julius Malema, EFF Members Found Guilty
  198. China To Send Elite Army Unit To Help Fight Ebola In Liberia
  199. The Changing Face Of Lagos
  200. The Decline Of Sudan’s Cappuccino-Sipping Middle Class
  201. Libya: Pro-Govt Forces Advance On Benghazi
  202. Tunisia: Presidential Race Begins
  203. Africa: New Development Financing Models for Africa - A Look Back at ADF9
  204. Egypt: UN Should Condemn Worsening Abuses
  205. Tunisia: Libyan Nationals in Tunisia Should Refrain From Unreported Political Activit
  206. Burkina Faso: African Union Issues Ultimatum
  207. Nigeria: Boko Haram Implements Sharia in Mubi
  208. Liberia: Ebola-Weary Find Comfort in Social Media
  209. Sierra Leone: Ebola Claims Fifth Doctor
  210. Kenya: Kenya's 'Pretend Middle Class'
  211. Sudan: On Nuba's Frontlines
  212. Tanzania: Top Officials Arrested Over Oil, Gas Contracts
  213. South Africa: Mystery Surrounds Couple's Death in Tanzania
  214. Djibouti: Leading Opposition Figure Dies
  215. South Africa: Hitmen Phone Calls Don't Add Up, Dewani Lawyer Says
  216. Zambia: Guy Scott U-Turns on Rival Firing
  217. Zambia: Scott Has Insulted Culture of Zambians - Lungu
  218. Mozambique: A Gathering Storm
  219. South Africa: No More Info on Meyiwa Murder Case - Police
  220. Botswana: Attorney-General Explains Decision on Parliament
  221. South Africa: Clarifying the Cosatu Confusion
  222. War vets speak on Gumbo’s past, present
  223. Mujuru for cops, not commission
  224. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Police, kombi crews must adhere to the law
  225. Indian investor eyes ZimAlloys
  226. We know what’s at stake
  227. No joy for DJ Munya
  228. Govt takes EU to task over sanctions
  229. Tinashe’s star shines brighter
  230. To laugh or cry over Nelson Chamisa?
  231. Congress to end factionalism: President
  232. Burkina Faso: With Brooms And Spatulas, A Dictator Is Removed
  233. Europe Leaves African Refugees To Sink Or Swim
  234. Guy Scott Has Insulted The Culture Of Zambians – Edgar Lungu
  235. South African VP Orders Eviction Freeze, Angering White Farmers
  236. Elections USA, Towards A Republican Controlled Congress? Will The Right’s Fake Histor
  237. Federal Charges Appear Unlikely In Ferguson Police Murder
  238. Race In America: Face The Truth And Honor It
  239. Black Men – The New Exploited Female
  240. Map: The Parts Of Africa Without Ebola
  241. Burkina Faso: Army Promises To Hand Power To Transitional Government
  242. Modern Day Lynchings In The Age Of Obama
  243. Ferguson No-Fly Zone Was Instituted To Keep Media Out: Report
  244. Nigeria’s Big Spenders
  245. Post-Racial America Is BS – Spike Lee
  246. Africa: Morocco's Bid to Postpone Nations Cup Rejected
  247. Egypt: Sinai Blast As Forces Evacuate Border
  248. Algeria: Teaming Up for Africa's First Supersonic Drone
  249. Tunisia: Nation Grows But Middle Class Under Threat
  250. Egypt: Mursi's Palace Clashes Trial Will Not Be Broadcast Live - Security Source